I'm a little late posting it, but LAST week, Sarah went to an awesome Lego day camp just a few minutes from our home. It's run by an organization called Bricks 4 Kidz, which is sort of a franchise for Lego programs.
The local organizers were wonderful, especially Heather, who led Sarah's junior robotics camp. She's a former programmer, and she had the kids working with motors and Lego's WeDu programming software to build things like an alligator that opened its mouth, amusement-park rides and more.
I don't think Sarah has ever had so much fun at a program she went to, or spoken so highly of the new friends she made.
Here's a look at some of the best parts of the week in pictures.
This is Sarah with her partner for the week and new friend, Nathan. (Many thanks, by the way, to Heather for sharing this picture on the Bricks 4 Kidz York Facebook page, because I didn't get a single good shot of the two of them in my photos!)
She's already signed up for a single-day workshop in November, a Space Adventure camp during a public-school in-service day, and I just bet she'll be begging to do more!