Your students will gain whole new insights into applying their curriculum with a Brick Labs field trip. We make every effort to understand what you want to achieve with your students, then deliver a customized plan and professional event.
Brick Labs can provide the ultimate learning and maker space for your students. From exploring concepts in design to conducting practical experiments, we have the materials, space, and staff to make it all happen. Experiential exercises are great for all grades (1-12). Imagine your high school students prototyping a product design, or Grade 2 students getting a chance to build their own, structurally sound bridge. We compliment their learning by using collaborative techniques and review lessons learned at the end of the session.
We have extensive experience in role-playing for maximum realism and learning. We will design an exercise to achieve desired outcomes, and the Brick Labs staff will help guide the exercise through twists and turns. From a mayor, NASA director, a CEO, or the press, role-playing takes our exercises to a new level in learning and realism for students. Recommended for Grades 7 to 12.
21st Century Skills
We will incorporate leadership, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication into an exercise, or design one specifically around these skills. We guarantee students will not only enjoy our activities, but will walk away with a successful learning experience.
Time and Cost
We offer half day (2.5hrs) to full day (5 hrs) events. For full day events, students are welcome to bring their own lunch, or we can help coordinate a pizza lunch. Field trips range from $525 (half day) to $950 (full day) plus hst for a class of up to 25 students with standard materials. Technical sessions (eg. use of robotics kits) may require an additional fee.
All our team members undergo Vulnerable Sector Screening annually. Brick Labs is insured for all requirements in dealing with children.
Request a Plan and Quote
To request a plan and quote, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your school name, grade, learning objective or theme of event, number of students and any other information that would help us prepare a plan and quote.
Applying the Scientific Method; Gathering Observations; Movement; Structural Engineering; Bridge Building; Testing and Improvement; Entrepreneurship; Innovation; Simple Machines; Space Exploration; Art and Design; Coding Robotic Devices; Math in the Real World; Creative story writing Team Building; and more.
To discuss your learning objectives further, give us a call at (416) 901-1390 or email us at email@example.com