Top Lego camps for 2023/2024

Summer camps and programs for creating and inventing with Lego

A Lego themed summer camp or program gives your child hands-on experience building and learning. Campers are challenged through creative play in a fun, relaxed and stimulating environment. Camps help kids hone their fine motor, counting, and problem solving skills as well as promote interests in science and engineering. For additional information on Lego camps, please browse our listings below. Below the lists find information about locations near you along with more advice for parents. Read more

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    Programs focusing on LEGO (3 results)

    These camps offer intensive LEGO-related curriculum, ideal for kids who love to play and build. Look closely at each camp listing to learn more about what they offer.

    Oct 03 - Dec 09, 2023
    • Richmond Hill, ON
    • Age 8 to 9 (Coed)
    • From $325
    Richmond HillOntario

    Powered by the LEGO SPIKE Essential set, students will build unique LEGO structures and program them! Visit website

    The STEAM Project3258-92023-10-012023-11-012023-12-01,364,177,67,196,2,32,160,281,130,50,314,268,programclass,coed,
    Oct 03 - Dec 09, 2023
    • Richmond Hill, ON
    • Age 8 to 9 (Coed)
    • From $325
    Richmond HillOntario

    Explore the world of coding and engineering with everyone’s favourite building kit, LEGO! Visit website

    The STEAM Project3258-92023-10-012023-11-012023-12-01,67,177,196,2,32,160,281,314,268,programclass,coed,

    RoboKids Courses
    Sep 03, 2023 - Jun 30, 2024
    • Oakville, ON
    • Age 6 to 8 (Coed)
    • From $150

    Build and design, program and control, test and play! Robotics and learning made fun. Visit website

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    Programs offering LEGO as an activity (12 results)

    These kids' camps offer a moderate exposure to LEGO.


    Moving Models
    Oct 18, 2022 - Dec 31, 2023
    • Brampton, ON
    • Age 7 to 10 (Coed)
    • From $150

    hey learn STEM concepts, including speed, structural stability and metamorphosis to create and program interactive models. Visit website

    Zebra Robotics - Brampton 1507-102022-10-012022-11-012022-12-012023-01-012023-02-012023-03-012023-04-012023-05-012023-06-012023-07-012023-08-012023-09-012023-10-012023-11-012023-12-01,266,177,334,180,354,353,331,352,332,304,305,343,67,159,68,351,179,365,160,2,130,50,314,268,programclass,coed,

    Robotics & Coding
    Jan 01 - Dec 31, 2023
    • Mississauga, ON
    • Age 7 to 17 (Coed)
    • From $160

    Students learn fundamental concepts of robots and mechanisms specific to their age and program using sensors. Visit website

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    Martial Arts

    Full Time Before and After School Program
    Sep 26, 2023 - Jun 28, 2024
    • East-End, Toronto
    • Age 4 to 12 (Coed)
    • From $250

    Morning care with activities to invigorate and prepare your child for their school day combined with after school karate. Visit website

    Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate2504-122023-09-012023-10-012023-11-012023-12-012024-01-012024-02-012024-03-012024-04-012024-05-012024-06-01,154,5,22,165,286,37,10,9,173,366,2,91,33,160,153,1,276,87,254,3,35,74,161,66,programclass,coed,

    Math Gamification (4-7 years)
    Sep 15, 2023 - Jun 29, 2024
    • Richmond Hill, ON
    • Age 4 to 7 (Coed)
    • From $430
    Richmond HillOntario

    Fun, hands-on games that help to boost confidence in math abilities! Visit website

    Idea Labs Kids Richmond Hill4304-72023-09-012023-10-012023-11-012023-12-012024-01-012024-02-012024-03-012024-04-012024-05-012024-06-01,303,177,350,334,180,354,353,304,67,159,196,2,32,160,281,129,314,268,programclass,coed,

    Holiday / Christmas Karate Day Camp
    Dec 27, 2023 - Jan 05, 2024
    • East-End, Toronto
    • Age 4 to 11 (Coed)
    • From $180

    Active day camp including Karate, Yoga, Dance party, Lego stations, games, fort building, park outings, arts and crafts. Visit website

    Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate1804-112023-12-012024-01-01,10,5,9,160,2,268,153,1,276,87,254,3,35,74,161,188,0,daycamp,coed,

    March Break Karate Camp
    Mar 11 - Mar 15, 2024
    • East-End, Toronto
    • Age 4 to 11 (Coed)
    • From $300

    Full day of activities each day including Karate, Yoga, Arts and Crafts, Lego, Games, Park Playtime, Self Defence Visit website

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    Martial Arts

    Active Mornings Before School Program
    Sep 26, 2023 - Jun 28, 2024
    • East-End, Toronto
    • Age 4 to 12 (Coed)
    • From $55

    Morning program to prepare children for school with active stretching, core and movement work. Visit website

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    Summer Karate Day Camp
    Jul 02 - Aug 30, 2024
    • East-End, Toronto
    • Age 4 to 11 (Coed)
    • From $240

    Summer Karate Camp includes Karate, Yoga, Outdoor Park and Splash Pad play time, Beach, Crafts, Games and Activities. Visit website

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    Martial Arts

    PA Karate Day Camp
    Oct 06, 2023 - Jun 07, 2024
    • East-End, Toronto
    • Age 4 to 12 (Coed)
    • From $60

    PA Day Camp includes karate classes, arts and crafts, games, activities, park outings and much more. Visit website

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    Competitive Robotics Teams
    Jan 01, 2023 - Jan 01, 2024
    • North-York, Toronto
    • Age 10 to 14 (Coed)
    • From $199

    Love BattleBots or Big Hero 6? Want to build a robot and compete against others? Our robotics teams are the perfect fit! Visit website

    Bot Camp - Specialty Robotics Programs19910-142023-01-012023-02-012023-03-012023-04-012023-05-012023-06-012023-07-012023-08-012023-09-012023-10-012023-11-012023-12-01,180,177,159,67,129,2,130,50,160,268,programclass,coed,
    Sep 26, 2023 - Jun 28, 2024
    • East-End, Toronto
    • Age 4 to 11 (Coed)
    • From $68

    After School Karate - pick up from local schools, daily Karate class - free playtime at our activities and Lego stations Visit website

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    French Language Virtual Programs
    Jun 01, 2023 - Jun 01, 2025
    • Online
    • Age 4 to 18+ (Coed)
    • From $100

    Speak French while enjoying after-school classes, STEM, Arts, Yoga from the comfort of your home. Visit website


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    Lego camps near you

    Lego camps are found in cities and neighbourhoods across Canada. Narrow your options by clicking on the links below to find camps in your city.

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    More than just summer camp

    For kids who really love Lego camp, there are a variety of ways to go. Use our site to find various options below.

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    The benefits of Lego camp for kids

    Your child will receive step-by-step instructions and supplies to unleash their creativity while working with others, improving communication and other soft skills.  Take a closer look at more advantages offered by camps with Lego:

    Learn teamwork. The biggest advantage of a Lego camp for kids is, of course, fun with friends. Kids learn to work with others in the supervised setting of a camp, where they cooperatively work to complete projects. 

    Develop creative problem-solving. At Bricks 4 Kidz, for example, children are guided to not only assemble their own motorized products but expand on creations over the course of the program. They recognize problems as they develop, and duly correct them. Activities “support the sense of pride and accomplishment... giving them structured problem-solving skills with curiosity and imagination at the core."

    Hone fine motor skills. Putting Lego or Lego Duplo together requires coordination and precision. The complex sets kids play with at camp will challenge them even more so. Interplay (sometimes competitive), adds to this growth.

    Develop resilience from an early age. When a Lego project falls apart, it can be upsetting or worse for the child builder. They learn to deal with discouragement and disappointment and move on with the encouragement of instructors. 

    The independence fostered in camp is integral to early maturation. We offer a much bigger look at how camps develop character.

    Discover related camps and programs

    Kids who love Lego will appreciate or develop a later interest in camps with related themes. Here are some suggestions for camps they might also attend or graduate to, later:

    Minecraft camp appeals to the same age group, helping kids explore this popular building-and-exploring game with fellow campers.

    Avengers or MCU camps are fun-focused, with activities centering around the popular Marvel Universe characters and other superheroes. 

    As your child gets older, look at camps that explore new directions their curiosity might take them in:

    Maker camp offers open-ended creativity that sparks kids’ imagination using a diverse range of products, media, and other items. It’s an ideal next step for kids as young as five, encouraging both individual and collaborative creativity. 

    STEAM camp and STEM camp offer curriculum that combines science, technology, engineering and math (as well as arts, in the case of STEAM). These are proper for kids aged seven and higher. 

    Math camp develops mathematical skills and helps improve grades in this core subject. 

    Kids’ robotics is a logical transition from Lego and Minecraft, where kids build real world robots like battle bots, etc. It’s actually a big step, when you take into account the need to understand series circuits and complex electronics, so it’s ideal for kids 12 and older. 

    Other kinds of camps that Lego fans might eventually enjoy include code camp for kids and engineering camp, where older kids explore these career-oriented interests with a career-orientation. 

    Find the right Lego camp

    According to Rona Amaral, Managing Director of Bricks 4 Kids Mississauga, parents should consider first and foremost whether a Lego camp will be age appropriate. She advises that the general age range for full day campers is 5+ to 11 or 12 years old when kids are ready to move on. Children 4 years or younger may not be mature enough for a full day camp, so families might want to consider a half day session in the mornings. “It depends on the child,” Rona says, “If kids are too tired, it’s just not going to be as enjoyable for them. But parents can call us to talk about whether they think it might be right for their child.”

    Other questions you may want to consider asking include:

    • How is this camp different from other types of educational camps?
    • Are there any additional activities or amenities offered (such as snack/lunch or transportation)?
    • Are campers grouped by age, if at all?
    • What is the camper-to-staff ratio?
    • What accreditations does the camp have and what credentials do the staff have?
    • What safety precautions are in place in case of injury with the Legos?

    In addition, instructors at Lego camps are all teachers having either completed or finishing the ECE program who are committed to providing informative and exciting activities, but don’t hesitate to ask about their qualifications and training if you have questions.

    As more parents are looking to add variety to their child’s summer experience, Rona advises choosing a camp program that “brings a lot of value” overall and where kids will be learning without even realizing it. Lego camps in particular offer this type of environment, inviting children to take initiative and get creative, all while learning and expanding on the educational concepts they delve into at school.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How many Lego camps are there?
    There are 3 programs specializing in LEGO. In addition, there are 12 programs offering lego as an activity. Use the filters to narrow by age and program type, then click on matched programs to see daily activities, dates, rates and registration information.

    What are the fees to attend Lego camps?
    Fees for Lego camps range from $150 to $325 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.

    What age do Lego camps start at?
    There are programs available for children aged 6 through 9.

    Where can parents meet with Lego camps?
    Meet with program directors and staff at the Our Kids Camp & Program Expo. The Expo is held annually in February, and is a fun and informative day for parents, kids, and teens. Find event details and free tickets here.

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