New program in the Northland enhances STEM learning

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 31, 2014

Contact: Tara Yager 816-529-7954 tara@bricks4kidzKC.com

New Program in the Northland Enhances STEM Learning

Kansas City, MO – March 31, 2014 – Bricks 4 Kidz®, the highly-popular, nationwide, children’s enrichment program that offers unique, educational LEGO® motorized model building, announced it will be offering services in the Kansas City Northland area.

Using LEGO® Bricks, Bricks 4 Kidz has created a unique and proprietary model unlike any other in the country. This educational service provides children the opportunity to learn through play the basic concepts of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) while building self-confidence and problem-solving skills. In addition, the program is designed to foster teamwork and stimulate a child’s natural curiosity and imagination!

Two lifetime residents of the area are bringing this amazing program to the Northland. Life-long BFFs, Tara Yager and Lisa Deister both graduated from Park Hill High School, are currently raising their families in Parkville, and cannot imagine calling anywhere else their home.

Bricks 4 Kidz offers camps, classes, birthday parties, and kids night out events in Parkville, North Kansas City, Liberty, and Platte City. Bricks 4 Kidz is also working in partnership with the northland area school districts by providing unique in-school field trips as well as afterschool enrichment classes.

To find out more about Bricks 4 Kids, contact Tara Yager by phone (816) 529-7954, email Tara@Bricks4KidzKC.com or visit the company website at www.Bricks4KidzKC.com.

Photo: Pictured left to right KC Northland residents, Xavier Fields, Andon Clark, Luke Waller, and Jake Valentine. The campers are putting the final touches on their motorized LEGO® amusement park, which they created over 2014 spring break.

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