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  • Bricks 4 Kidz & Young Rembrandts S.T.E.A.M Camps!

    S.T.E.A.M. Camp: Bricks 4 Kidz and Young Rembrandts have partnered to provide summer camps with engaging daily activities within the curriculum areas of science, technology, engineering, art and math. Students will be introduced to different concepts of S.T.E.A.M. through tactile and visual learning methods. Join Bricks 4 Kidz and Young Rembrandts as they explore and discover a different theme each week (i.e. Transportation week, Bricks 4 Kidz afternoon will be building motorized LEGO models related to transportation, and our artists will be drawing ways we can get around such as by motorcycle, sailboat, skateboard). Week #1: Transportation Week #2: Amusement Park Week #3: Space Week #4: Forces of Nature Week #5: Construction Daily schedule: Morning - Free build/free art during check-in time Mid-Morning - Drawing w/ Young Rembrandts Lunch Early Afternoon - Engineering, science and technology with Bricks 4 Kidz Afternoon - LEGO BINGO – including prizes! Please note that campers will need to provide their own lunch and water bottles (Refrigerators will not be available).
  • Young Rembrandts

    Choose from one of these great Young Rembrandts summer classes!! Household Pets Workshop: Students will be elated as we celebrate our cuddly friends in this Household Pets workshop. We’ll get our feet wet on the first day of class as we draw a stylized aquarium graphic. Students will learn to draw a detailed birdcage and explore the playful side of our animal friends in amusing cartoon images. Students love to draw animals, so the daily art is sure to please! Monsters, Creatures and Creeps Workshop: Laugh-out-loud funny! Mind-bendingly-creepy! Eerie-but-exciting! For children who are fans of creepy, crawly monsters, this workshop is the perfect fit. Over the course of the workshop, students will learn to draw and cartoon monsters of all shapes, sizes and colors. There are big monsters...and little monsters! Furry monsters …and scaly monsters! If we can imagine a monster, we’ll draw it!