Summer camps for 2022!
Two camps running the week of June 27, 2022 (5 days):
9am-12pm – Ages 5-7 – Jedi Engineering with LEGO® – $150 REGISTER NOW!
1:00pm – 4:00pm – Ages 7-12 – Jedi Master Engineering with LEGO® – $150 REGISTER NOW!
Two camps running the week of July 18, 2022 (5 days):
9am-12pm – Ages 7-12 – Minecraft Master Engineering with LEGO® – $150 REGISTER NOW!
1:00pm – 4:00pm – Ages 5-7 – Pokémon Engineering with LEGO® – $150 REGISTER NOW!
Call Play-Well at 619-888-4270 to register today.
Call Bricks & Minifigs Pearland at (281) 741-0279 for more information or with any questions.
Our camps are hosted by Bricks & Minifigs Pearland and operated by Play-Well, a national organizer of LEGO™-themed camps and workshops for children.
Kids are already naturally gifted creators. Then they get added inspiration from our specially trained instructors. They dive into our massive collections of LEGO®. And while they build elaborate objects, structures and vehicles, they explore fundamental principles of engineering and physics. They also learn to collaborate and create without fear of mistakes. The experience is joyful, the impact long lasting.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Play-Well recognizes that our in-person summer camps will need to be run with modifications. The following are precautions we are prepared to implement but will be following individual guidelines of the our partner locations which host our programs and changes to the recommendations of the local governments and CDC guidelines. The below will continue to change as different phases for reopening happen in different parts of the country.
Play-Well Instructors will:
- Wear face masks.
- Wash hands/sanitize often, and encourage students to do so.
- Wipe down high contact surfaces.
- Use painter’s tape to indicate where to sit in order to spread kids out and encourage social distancing.
- Sort, separate and label separate groups of materials for each child to use exclusively throughout the program.
Play-Well Management will:
- Adjust the max number of kids enrolled in each program.
- Cancel class if our staff is feeling ill.
We also need the help from families with the following:
Take students to the bathroom before class (this will help minimize the usage during class)
Wash hands before or after class
Don’t send your child to class if they have any symptoms of illness or are exposed to someone who is experiencing symptoms
Talk to your child about how class will be different and what socially distant means (instructor will be wearing a mask, they will have an assigned area to sit, they need to keep a safe distance from other children, they will need to wash hands often).
Be flexible and patient with our staff. This is not “business as usual.” We are working hard to adapt and accommodate all of the guidelines and requirements in order to offer programming to your students.