Discover how it works with Builder Bunch?
Every Builder Bunch In-school Field Trip is a chance for your students to EXPLORE a specific real-world topic, DISCOVER how it works and APPLY those learnings in a team-based LEGO® competition. Builder Bunch has tailored engineering, art, product design and architectural based LEGO® curriculums to serve as the topic for each semester’s field trip.
The In-School Field Trip Experience.
What are our topic based on?
Our curriculum options are broken down into 4 main categories.
This series is for LEGO®
builders who are interested in building tall buildings and beautiful homes.
This series is for LEGO® builders who are interested in building fast cars and powerful trucks.
This series is for LEGO® builders who are interested in making wonderful movies and works of art.
This series is for LEGO® builders who are interested in creating gadgets and products.
Note: Our in-school field trips are correlated to Georgia Performance Standards according to grade level and subject area using academically-based curriculum materials. Click below to see the general standards covered in every program:
In-school Field Trip Topic Options:
Each semester we launch a new STEAM-based In-School Field Trip Options for schools to choose from. Each option offers participants a different experience in LEGO® Building.
Click the Topic below to learn more about it:
Dr. Keith Ingram
Principal, Ballground STEM Academy
“Builder Bunch covered all of the standards that we needed and the kids had a blast.”
Bring an In-School Field Trip to my School.
If you are a parent that wants to bring an In-School Field Trip to your school and earn FREE camp participation click the link below:
Bring an In-School Field Trip to your school?
Calling all Principals, Teachers, STEAM Coordinators, PTA or PTO Presidents and Parent Liaisons!! Are you interested in bringing one of the most sought after LEGO®-based programs in Georgia to your school? Builder Bunch is an affliate of Kosaic Enrichment Group. All programs are scheduled through the Kosaic website.