1 Week or Half-Day Summer Camp or 1, 2, or 3 Weeks of Full-Day Summer Camp at Bricks 4 Kidz (Up to 50% Off)

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In a Nutshell

One- to three-week summer-camp session teaches kids ages 5–12 basic STEM concepts through games with Legos; also includes outdoor activities

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 8, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Registration required, subject to availability. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 redemption per household. 24-hour cancellation/rescheduling notice required or fee up to Groupon price applies. Excludes Advanced Robotics Camp. All camp days must be redeemed by same child. $20 material cost per child. May upgrade to extended day (9-5pm) for discounted fee of $75/ week per child. Camps and classes run 6/15 through 8/7. Must complete reservation by 7/24. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Four Options

  • $149 for one week of half-day summer camp ($225 value)
  • $245 for one week of full-day summer camp ($350 value)
  • $425 for two weeks of full-day summer camp ($700 value)
  • $525 for three weeks of full-day summer camp ($1,050 value)
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Lego: A Toy That Towers Above the Rest

Lego is one of the world’s most beloved toy lines, even earning the name “Toy of the Century.” Learn more about how Lego stacks up with Groupon’s introduction.

Leg godt: the Danish phrase that makes up the abbreviation LEGO. In English, it means “play well.”

17,000 hours: the combined time it took a team of 32 master builders to build the largest Lego model in the world—a life-size replica of a Star Wars X-Wing fighter. The model, which contains more than five million Lego bricks and weighs 46,000 pounds, is currently on display at Legoland in California.

Stud-and-tube coupling: the technical name for Lego’s unique, versatile design for the interlocking bricks, which the company didn’t unveil until 1958. Before then, the bricks were hollow on the inside and didn’t make very stable building materials for people’s homes. As a testament of the design’s success, a brick produced today will work seamlessly with one produced in 1958, just as today’s vacuum attachments only work on yesteryear’s kitchen sinks.

Duplo: a separate line of bricks developed in the 1960s for use by younger children. The Lego Group also has had a hand in creating video games, maintaining Legoland amusement parks in five countries, and releasing Creator kits that let people construct complex models such as London’s Tower Bridge.

”Toy of the Century”: a title bestowed upon Lego by two separate entities—Fortune magazine and the British Association of Toy Retailers—at the turn of the 21st century.

Customer Reviews

My kids loved it
Maria L. · November 15, 2015
My son really enjoys the Bricks4kidz after school enrichment class!
Kelly V. · May 27, 2015
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    Cupertino: St Joseph Parish

    10110 N De Anza Blvd

    Cupertino, CA 95014


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    Bricks 4 Kidz

    2655 Homestead Rd

    Santa Clara, CA 95051


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    San Jose: St Martin Of Tours

    200 O'Connor Dr

    San Jose, CA 95128


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