Would your child like to build and be the Mayor of an entire city of LEGOs?
Would you like to leverage your child’s love of LEGOs to help them learn critical real-life,
21st century skills and strategies?
Kidizens Fall & Winter camps come in many varieties! The shorter 1-day camps are packed full of action, excitement, and civic duty! The longer camps allow us to dive into more details and make space for more building challenges, creativity, and innovation!
Please make sure to bring an easy to carry lunch, a separate snack, a water bottle, appropriate clothing for the time of year, and an optional mask. Please note that Kidizens is a completely NUT-FREE camp.
LEGO building is just a small part of what the children get to experience here at our unique LEGO Camps! While they are super engaged with LEGO building, they get the experience of breaking out into engaging and educational discussion sessions that cultivate and challenge their civic leadership learning journey. We recognize the importance of getting some fun-in-the-sun and physical activity here at Kidizens, so while the children are getting immersed in LEGO building, they will also get some time outdoors in designated areas and use of other amenities based on location(s) during lunch break and the two snack breaks under supervision from the counselor(s). Based on our specific Summer Camp location and their grounds/amenities, we will plan a wide range of outdoor activities during these breaks.
Yes, if you cannot attend the entire session we are able to prorate the camp for you. Please reach out to [email protected] if you have any questions.
Our Federal Tax ID is 27-3370800. Our address is 4546 El Camino Real, Suite B9, Los Altos, CA 94022
Yes, if you need to change your registration date or location please reach out to [email protected] and we will be able to assist you.
If you need to cancel your registration you may be entitled to a full or partial refund. Please read through our Cancellation Policy for more information.
Health and safety is alway a top priority here at Kidizens! We will always be in compliance with CDC and local mask mandates, and will revisit any changes closer to Summer. Currently face-mask coverings are not required, but we encourage those who feel more comfortable wearing them to do so. We still continue to promote the highest level of cleanliness in the office with sanitary hygiene practices like frequent hand washing/sanitizing. Everyday at drop-off/check-in, parents are to fill out our Sign In Form to clear children’s health status to be able to participate in the day. Most importantly, if a child is feeling sick or is showing symptoms we ask that they please be taken home.
Yes, all of our staff is fully vaccinated and boosted.
We still encourage you to make sure your child brings their own snack and an easy to carry lunch for camp activities to ensure they have something they are sure to enjoy. With that said, Kidizens will have some snacks available to offer kids!
Yes, parents and family members will be permitted to enter the facility.
Individuals who are immunosuppressed (as defined by their medical professional) or live in a home with an immunosuppressed person should consult with their doctor(s) before deciding whether or not to participate in an in-person program. Though we are taking extensive actions to keep our camp safe, Kidizens is not able to guarantee that a person on our site will not be exposed to COVID-19; thus, participation in an in-person program is not recommended for individuals with known vulnerabilities that put them at greater risk.