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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 - Schools

  • Lafayette Elementary

  • Montessori of Chantilly

  • Lakewood Elementary

  • Mantua Elementary, Family Night

  • Woodacres Elementary, Space Night

  • Langley School, McLean

  • Montessori of Gainesville

  • more !!!

Tips for School 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

    • "Waves"

      • 200 = 100 x 2 waves, 50 x 4 waves, etc.

      • Typical when other "stations" or events are present

    • Walk-ins

      • Unknown number of families come/go as they want (e.g. a "festival")

    • Small Class

      • Weekly or Semi-weekly "play time" with Brix

  • Displays

    • 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...

  • Facilitated

    • With RARE exceptions, a Brixalot Facilitator is required for larger events

      • Risk of kids accidentally taking Brix

      • Keep area (and kids!) orderly