Hello there lego clubbers! Today, we celebrated a key literary figure through our lego designs. Robinson Crusoe Day took place on Friday, February 1 so we created items that could find themselves on a deserted island. The results were quite impressive: a shipwrecked pirate ship, dune buggies, caves to take shelter in, a dancing pirate and much more! Take a look below:
Hope to see you all again next week!
What a heat wave we have today! Ironically, today's Lego Club theme coincided with the week-long celebration that started today and runs through February 3 of National Snow Sculpting Week. Since there wasn't any snow on the ground for us to sculpt with, we decided to build our own snow creations with legos! Check them out below:
Hope to see more of you next week!
Did you know that January 2013 is International Creativity Month? This week we celebrated this theme by building ANYTHING we wanted as long as we were doing so creatively! Did we come up with some unique creations? See for yourself below:
Come check us out next week! Keep warm!
This week at Lego Club we decided to celebrate National Cable Car Day (January 17) TODAY by creating our own versions of cable cars with legos! Check out what we came up with below:
Come join us next week to find out what our new theme will be! Have a great week!
We're baaaaack!! The winter cycle of Lego Club is in full swing now at the library. We started off this first week with the theme of Ellis Island, since Ellis Island Day was January 1. We first learned a little about what Ellis Island is and then built ways to get to this American landmark as well as different structures that one may see there. Check them out below!
We're off to a great start this winter! Hope to see everyone next week!