Everyone knows and remembers the experience of building with LEGO. LEGO bricks have been around since 1942, entertaining the young and the young at heart for generations. There aren’t many who haven’t experienced the enjoyment of playing with LEGO, which is why it remains one of the most popular building blocks even today.
The special Young Engineers fun activities for golden age communities brings this incredible pastime back to those who may have forgotten how fun working with LEGO actually is. Each participant receives the unique Young Engineers LEGO bricks kit and step-by-step instructions with large print and image diagrams. A certified e2 instructor provides guidance along the way. The participants will build a fascinating technical LEGO motorized model. These workshops are less about the theoretical application of the building, and more about the physical building of the models. As we age we work very hard to keep our motor skills functioning as well as we’d like. Working with the small LEGO pieces helps to keep fine and gross motor skills intact for senior citizens.
Senior Citizens & Grandchildren Workshops
LEGO is a timeless toy, something grandparents and grandchildren can enjoy together.
What could be better than grandparents and grandchildren spending an afternoon together playing with LEGO? We run 90-minute activities for senior citizens and their grandchildren to learn and play together. One of our experienced Young Engineer instructors leads guided workshop for grandparents and grandchildren to construct a LEGO model using additional electric parts to make it move. The children have an educational experience while having quality time with their grandparent.