John Baldwin Elementary School

Before & After School Programs

Snapology Class- Starts1/11

New Snapology Classes:


MINIMUM DAY - MAKE & TAKE WORKSHOP - FIDGET SPINNER USING LEGO® BRICKS This Minimum Day Workshop is on Thursday, March 1, 2018, 12:05-1:05 PM in the Library $25.00


This first minimum day workshop's theme is fidget spinners. There's definitely been a popularity to fidget spinners, but there is a history to them as well as a discussion we can do on "good choices" towards usage of them. Our build's emphasis will be on understanding the bearing and flat surface to cause motion. The hands-on learning is to show how it affects the length of time for rotation or have they built it with no friction? The last fidget spinner built with the LEGO® bricks will be the one they take home to remember what they've learned.


Click HERE for flyer or email Denise Lee with questions.


Robotics, Engineering & Programming using LEGO® Grades 1st-5th 


Introducing a new way of learning - LEGO® Education's WeDo 2.0. These classes introduce robotics, engineering and programming. Students use Ipads to drag and drop basic block applications that connect to a hub and sensors where heir LEGO® build will be programmed to move. The theme is Gamebots-robotic ring toss, hockey player, go kart and more.

These are the classes offered on Thursdays from 3:05 PM - 4:05 PM in the Library: Snapology Robotics, Engineering & Programming - 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29, 4/12 & 4/19 6 classes @ $105.00


Click HERE for flyer or email Denise Lee with questions.




Engineering using LEGO - 1st-5th Grades - 1/11, 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15 & 2/22   7 Classes $110.00


Snapology of the Tri-Valley is at John Baldwin Elementary School on Thursdays in the Library. We offer after school enrichment in STEM/STEAM using LEGO® and other construction builds. Snapology classes are held in the Library after school. You can register online at  See attached flyer for details!

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