LEGO | ExtraEd - Putting the Pieces Together


Building is better with friends.

Teamwork. Group builds are more fun. Our LEGO program fosters a cooperative building environment where children learn to communicate effectively, share ideas, and work together towards a common goal.

Hands-on learning. By manipulating Lego bricks, kids enhance their fine motor skills, spatial awareness, and hand-eye coordination. They learn through trial and error, developing patience and persistence along the way.

Creative Exploration. Building with LEGO bricks encourages children to think critically, problem-solve, and express unique ideas. We aim to foster a sense of imagination and empower children to bring their visions to life.

No instructions necessary.

Our LEGO student program does not build from kits. We focus on open-ended-play, where inventiveness and imagination stem from students building without constraints. When every build is original, every build is more fun.

Each week students are tasked with a new challenge or project, for instance:

  • Build the strongest bridge competition
  • Collaborative team builds
  • Theme-based builds such as zoos, cities, parks, or dream homes
  • Free build sessions
  • Storytelling with LEGO
  • Creative group projects

All equipment provided.

Our Clubs are run as extracurricular programming in schools across the Greater Toronto Area. With exciting subjects, engaging instructors, and hands-on activities, this program offers educational experiences beyond the school curriculum.  Learn more>

This program (delivered in-school, during class time) has been designed to supplement and extend Ontario school curriculum. Our experiential mode of instruction brings unique activities into any classroom, resulting in meaningful and memorable learning outcomes. Learn more>

Junior kindergarten to grade 8.
Available in English and French.