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Snapology LEGO® Themed & Robotics Classes, Camps & Birthday Parties near Montgomery, AL *Giveaway ends May 20th*

LEGO® Themed & Robotics Classes, Camps & Birthday Parties!

Snapology offers parties, classes & camps in The River Region, including Montgomery, Prattville, Wetumpka, Millbrook and surrounding areas. In addition, we are now mobile! Snapology is proud to offer school field trips, workshops, scouting events, anti-bullying programs, and customized events all at your convenience and location.

Robotics For All Ages!

Snapology provides interactive Robotics programs for children ages 3-14 using LEGO® bricks. Students in the robotics programs learn pseudo-coding, coding, robotics and engineering principles. Using fun topics and themes, such as animals, games, space and battle machines, we embrace children’s interest and curiosity to guide them through robotics and engineering principles. Our programs provide the best mix of fun and education for your child. In fact, most kids have so much fun in our programs, they don’t even realize how much they are learning.

LEGO®- Themed Classes, Camps & Workshops

Snapology’s themed programs are designed to promote creative play, teamwork and social skills. Through the use of popular topics like Minecraft, Star Wars & Superheroes, students are engaged a variety of theme-focused activities while learning engineering and math principles. Snapology’s goal is to put purpose to their building through blueprinting and idea sharing.Our themed programs use LEGO® bricks, K’Nex  and other interactive building toys to engage children and spark their creativity.

If you are looking for  Montgomery kids activities near you check out Snapology!

Parents! Right now Snapology is currently enrolling for their summer camps! You can find a local camp near you here.

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Snapology LEGO® Themed & Robotics Classes, Camps & Birthday Parties near Montgomery, AL *Giveaway ends May 20th*

Note: This giveaway is open to US shipping addresses only.

This giveaway will end on May 20

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52 Responses to “Snapology LEGO® Themed & Robotics Classes, Camps & Birthday Parties near Montgomery, AL *Giveaway ends May 20th*”

  1. Shannon Baas says:

    This would keep them from getting bored.

  2. Amy Deeter says:

    Keeping themselves busy and exploring while they use it

  3. Valerie Mabrey says:

    To keep the kiddos happy and the momma sane!

  4. kimrk56 says:

    I think this would keep the children engaged. Children love creating things. The robotic alligator would be an especially fun thing for them to create.

  5. cindy says:

    cute

  6. Brittney House says:

    I love how it will teach my sons how to use their use their skills to build things.

  7. nickie says:

    This would help with my son creativity.

  8. Donna C. says:

    This would be a great gift for my nephew

  9. Ashley Carr says:

    they learn while having fun!

  10. Ashley C says:

    This would be great because it encourages creativity and I think that building specific items out of legos helps kids learn skills!

  11. Diane Hamel says:

    These kits help grow a child’s imagination-we love them…

  12. latanya says:

    my son loves being creative

  13. Nannypanpan says:

    It urges creativity, which I love

  14. John Iavarone says:

    Nice gift. Would love to win this !

  15. Michelle C says:

    This seems like an activity that would be both fun and educational, which is a winning combination!

  16. Michelle Hill says:

    This would keep them busy and proud when they are finished!

  17. Monica says:

    Awesome article. thanks for posting

  18. Tina W says:

    Legos is a great tactile activity, encourages creativity and has some elements of math involved. What’s not to love???

  19. It’s a great activity where kids can be creative and imaginary.

  20. Azeem says:

    This would be super excited and keep them occupied

  21. Denise S says:

    This would be good for learning to follow directions as they build it or else being creative making something else.

  22. susan smoaks says:

    this would be awesome because it’s a learning activity that is also fun. i still love to build with these and so do my kids.

  23. Kimmy Ripley says:

    My Chloe Pearl is in love with LEGOS and they unleash her creativity!

  24. Linda G. says:

    This would be great, my grandson loves to build things.

  25. Valeta Brown says:

    This would be a good activity because it teaches children engineering and attention to detail.

  26. Sarah Hall says:

    My grandsons love Legos and they keep them entertained for hours.

  27. It encourages creativity and learning.

  28. Lisa Voyce says:

    I think it’s always a good idea to have fun while learning.

  29. Erica B. says:

    It’s fun and creative.

  30. Stephanie Liske says:

    My kids love legos. These would definitely get them engaged.

  31. Ed says:

    Imaginative construction!

  32. Tricha Leary says:

    Legos help them use their imaginations and keeps them active

  33. Shannon Ament says:

    My son would love this!

  34. Leela says:

    It would be fun, for sure.

  35. Janine Hwang says:

    These would be great to encourage creativity!

  36. Connie R says:

    My son loves legos and would definitely have fun with this. Legos help to stimulate their imagination.

  37. lauren knott says:

    My boys would love this! Perfect for summer boredom busting!

  38. Anita Jude says:

    it would make them use their imagination to create things

  39. clynsg says:

    It would be a fun introduction to the laws of physics and robotics, and keep them away from electronic screen time!

  40. Danielle says:

    Learning to follow directions.

  41. Philip Lawrence says:

    It would help them see how things are interconnected. They would learn that motors help things move and allow for activities one could not do on their own.

  42. Vicki D. says:

    My niece has twins who turn 4 next month. This would make a wonderful birthday present for them. On rainy days, this would keep them busy!

  43. John Deal says:

    It would help them learn while they are having fun.

  44. BIRDIE SKOLFIELD says:

    LEGO themed activities keep boy especially focused and well engaged the kids need that

  45. Casey Everidge says:

    my kids would be entertained with this for a long time!

  46. Tracy Shafer says:

    It would make them think and use imagination!

  47. Rosey says:

    This would be great for kids because it’s a much needed break from electronics.

  48. DanV says:

    This would be great because it teaches kids about robotics and engineering

  49. laura bernard says:

    To cure summer boredom!

  50. Jessica Justice says:

    They can learn while having fun and using their imaginations.

  51. Jerry Marquardt says:

    This Lego event would absolutely intrigue my nephew a lot.

  52. Elizabeth P says:

    Fostering creativity. thanks for the chance.

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