A recent camp at the DuPage Children’s Museum hoped to build the foundation for a bright future.
The Junior Super Hero Engineering with LEGO camp was one of three sessions that encouraged hands on learning.
Five and six year old campers tinkered and built different LEGO creations each day.
“We want to offer things that encourage thinking and problem solving skills and we want their imaginations to work,” said Alison Segebarth, Interim Director of Marketing at the Museum.
“I built a Batman cave and a Batman rover and another Batman rover,” said camper Zaire, 5.
Developing creativity and critical thinking skills is the goal of the five-day camp.
The final Engineering with LEGO camp is called Ninjaneering Masters and runs from August 18th to 22nd.
The Children’s Museum also offers each LEGO camp for 7 to 10 year olds.
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