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Join us for a Jungle Adventure: a night of showing off your creativity and engineering skills building LEGO creations!
Tickets may also be purchased at the door for $10. Tickets include admissions + slice of pizza! No charge for parents and non-building attendees.
Contact the Combustible Lemons at email@example.com with any questions.
3:00-5:00 Set Up
5:00-5:30 Intro/Sign In
5:30-5:45 Grades K-2 Presentation in Media Center; 3-6 Presentation in Cafe
5:45-6:15 Grades K-6 Build
6:15-6:30 Grades K-6 Judging
6:30-6:45 Grades K-6 Parade around building
6:45-7:00 Awards & Raffles
What should students bring?
Students should bring a large container of loose Legos to build with during the competition. If they do not have any, we will have some spare kits for them to use, but we advise bringing your own to give your student more options.
What are students building?
Students will be given themes to build a creation based on using their creativity and engineering skills.
What else is there to do?
We will have the WAMS Quakerbots, Moorestown Robotics and the Moorestown Combustible Lemons showing off their robots alongside neighboring FRC teams. Parents and students will have the opportunity to speak with members of the teams and learn about getting involved in FIRST programs in the community. There will also be dancing, photobooths, and carnival games.
There will also be a 50/50 raffle in the Cafeteria during the building process.
** PARENTS: Please do not leave your child unattended during the night or leave the building. We do our best to ensure the safety of all guests in attendance. **
Will there be food?
There will be dinner options, as well as snacking options available for purchase at the concessions stand. Cash only. Purchasing an admissions ticket includes a slice of pizza.
Is this a competition?
Grades K-2 will be building non-competitively, concluding with a parade to the gym for students to show off their designs to proud parents. Grades 3-6 will be building competitively, with members of the Combustible Lemons judging and awarding prizes and trophies to creations that stand out.
What is the Lemons’ goal with LEGO Night?
The purpose of LEGO Night is to introduce young students to Science, Engineering, Math, and Technology. Additionally, we offer students the opportunity to meet students from local robotics teams to learn about more options to continue their interest in STEM.