We've had a Lego League for more than 7 years, throughout the school year. I
always try to have a high school student run it for us as an hour
afterschool activity. We supply the small Legos (yard sales and donations)
but kids (6+) can bring their own, if they want. At the end of each session,
kids have the option of displaying their finished designs in our display
cases or not. It runs really smoothly and is loads of fun.
Any other questions, just contact me.
Carol McFadden, MLIS | Head of Children’s Services
33 Summer Street, Bath, ME
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Subject: [MELIBS-L] lego clubs
We are getting ready to offer a lego club here and I'm interested in hearing
from anyone who is currently running one at their library. What works for
you? What age group do you think this is best for? What kind of
rules/guidelines do you have? How often do you meet?