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Kidizens LEGO Camps for the SF Bay Area

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 inspires students to become good citizens and future leaders, one LEGO brick at a time. The Kidizens LEGO Leadership Camps include intensive action and excitement-packed sessions, where children create their own small civilization built with LEGOs and serve as Co-Mayors for a week. The Co-Mayors manage the economy, the residents and their needs, city departments and services and deal with unexpected problems and situations in an age-appropriate manner. In a fast-paced dynamic environment, the kids develop leadership, SEL and interpersonal skills while working together to problem solve and deal with natural disasters, resident problems and financial crises.
This is a rare opportunity for kids to role play as responsible leaders in addition to wearing many other hats – think out of the box and on their feet, problem solve and come to decisions in a fast, action-packed, exciting environment. They also learn how to develop a public policy platform and campaign as well as address residents through speeches against a real opponent.

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Kidizens 2023 Summer Camps

General FAQ

In order to get the full Kidizens Summer Camp experience, we recommend our new 2-week camp program. During the action-packed 10-day LEGO journey, the campers will work with a team of fellow Co-Mayors to build and manage an entire LEGO city. The second week allows the Mayors to dive deeper into city governance and build upon the community foundation laid during the first week.

Yes, your child can join their sibling or friend in a different age group. Participants who know each other from before camp can partner up and work on their city together regardless of age.
Campers are grouped in pairs of 2-3 based on their age. If you are joining camp with a friend or sibling you can request to be put into the same group if you would like.
Yes, we do offer after care from 3 to 5pm during most of our camp sessions. If you did not initially sign up for extended care you can always add it at a later point during the session. Likewise, if you no longer need extended care we can offer a refund.
All camp and class participants must be at least 6 years old to participate in our programs. We do make some exceptions for children aged 5 years and 9 months who are attending with a sibling.
All parents or guardians are required to fill out the electronic Kidizens Sign-In Form at drop off. Only authorized adults listed during registration may pick up a child from one of our programs.
Please make sure to bring an easy to carry lunch, a separate snack, a water bottle, sunscreen/warm clothing depending on time of year, and a face covering to be worn at all times while indoors. Please note that Kidizens is a completely NUT-FREE camp.

Registration FAQ

Yes, if you cannot attend both weeks of camp, we offer 1-week camp options as well.

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.

Covid FAQ

Until further notice, masks and face coverings will be optional, but encouraged for both camp staff and visiting parents. We will provide plenty of hand sanitizer so kids can sanitize their hands throughout the day as needed. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy in-person environment for all participants and staff. Weather permitting, all snack and/or lunch breaks will take place outdoors.

Yes, all of our staff is fully vaccinated and boosted.

We will not be providing any snacks or other foods at Kidizens this year so please make sure that your child brings their own snack and an easy to carry lunch for camp activities.

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.

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