Kidizens inspires kids to become good citizens and future leaders, one LEGO brick at a time! Kidizens' winter/spring program is a 19-week interactive learning session in which students meet once a week to build, manage and govern their own LEGO city. Each city (group of kids) is given a huge swath of LEGO land on which to create its own small civilization. The kidizens serve as City Council members and manage city budgets, enact laws, cope with natural disasters and crises. They also interact with other cities and develop strategies to partner/ cooperate on various issues. The Young Senators and Leadership programs take this to the state (higher level) and our Robotizens program offers LEGO robotics with a city theme. This highly interactive social learning framework inculcates analytical thinking, strategic problem solving and develops public speaking and leadership skills. Our winter/spring session begins January 7, with programs serving children ages 6-11. Please visit our website at www.thekidizens.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (650) 384-0412 for more information.
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