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Lego Race Parties

Last week we attended a Ready Race Lego class at Cottonwood High School through the Granite Peaks Education program.
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It was a blast!

The class instructor brought blankets, legos, and even a cool race track to race the lego cars down! He let the kids build on their own for a while, try them out on the race track, then adjust them as needed. After about twenty minutes, he started giving them little tips on how to make your lego car go faster and straighter down the race track.

My son is a huge fan of legos, and had a blast!

The Ready Race Lego Class we took was through Granite Peaks, but they are also available to do birthday parties, scouting events, school events….anything you need them for.

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The next Lego Race Class will take place on May 10th at Cottonwood High School from 7pm to 8pm. Go to the Granite Peaks website to register your child!

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