Hi! We’re in the swing of things here at the Union Township Library and summer programs are keeping us super busy. We started our Summer Reading Program at the beginning of June and one of the activities that kids can do to earn prizes is attend programs at the library. Needless to say, all of our programs are super popular, but none more so than Lego Club.
At our May meetings we have lots of extra building challenges. We worked in teams to build the tallest free-standing tower possible in a set time period (I think everyone enjoyed the smash of the towers falling more than the building of them). We also focused on our Summer Reading theme of Read: Morning, Noon and Night by building something that you see at night, and then building something from our favorite books.
We finished up with a free building session which featured lots of vehicles, robots, chess boards and even a TARDIS. You can see some of our creations on the Clermont County Public Library Flickr page, where Lego Club has their own collection of photos!
Can’t make it to Lego Club? Check out some of these awesome titles about everyone’s favorite bricks:
- The Cult of Lego by John Baichtal
- The Lego Ideas Book: Unlock your Imagination by Daniel Lipkowitz
- The Unofficial Lego Builder’s Guide by Allan Bedford