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From 25 to 250+ kids, NOTHING can entertain (and sustain!) kids like piles and piles of LEGO and DUPLO bricks... You provide the floor space, and we'll provide hours of free-play or structured projects.
Groups - Large
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Tips for Large Group Events...
Avoid the following at all costs. Not permitted. Creates rift in Space-Time Continuum...
Food / drink / popcorn / snacks around Brix piles !!! Virtually impossible to clean Brix.
All grassy areas (or "slotted" surfaces like wooden porches, cement grills, etc.)
Playing near depleted uranium or plutonium deposits.
Areas where people just ate (like Cafeteria) without first sweeping floor
Almost an INFINITE variety of programs... Have a Unique theme/occasion? Ask!
All at once
Large cafeteria / gym / meeting room needed
200 = 100 x 2 waves, 50 x 4 waves, etc.
Typical when other "stations" or events are present
Unknown number of families come/go as they want (e.g. a "festival")
Optional, but not always practical...
If a theme, then having a table to display kids' projects is OK, BUT...
Kids always use the BEST pieces first, so displays for too long deprive "late arrivals" of cooler pieces, UNLESS...
You recycle displays periodically...
With RARE exceptions, a Brixalot Facilitator is required for larger events
Risk of kids accidentally taking Brix
Keep area (and kids!) orderly