Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: What time are your classes?
Tuesdays at 4:30pm EST (3:30pm EST) for ages 12+
Wednesdays at 4:30pm EST (3:30pm CST)
Thursdays at 1:30pm EST (12:30pm CST)
Fridays at 1:30pm EST (12:30pm CST)
Self Paced - any time you want!
FAQ: How often do your classes meet?
Classes meet once a week, typically for 3 weeks.
FAQ: Can I take multiple classes in a week?
You can, although the material is the exact same for the whole week. If families take multiple days of the week, it is encouraged to pay per day that is joined.
FAQ: Is there a recommended age range for this class?
Any age is welcome! Playing with LEGO® bricks is a family event. Excited younger siblings may want to join -- and that's great! However, Tuesdays at 4:30pm EST are specifically reserved for students ages 12+.
FAQ: If my child has a friend over, can they join in?
Absolutely! Interactive Bricks relies on word of mouth advertising. If your friend would like to join a class on your screen to see how it works, they are welcome!
FAQ: What happens if I miss a class?
After each class a recap email is sent to parents with a class photo of builds, a review of the classroom lesson, links to going deeper with the material at home, a preview of the next week, and a recorded video of the week's lesson.
FAQ: Once I've registered and paid tuition, what do I need to do to be ready for class?
1. Download the free Zoom app to your tablet or computer (with a camera). Make sure it is updated.
2. Look for a reminder email will be auto-sent every morning at 9am EST on the morning of class. Check your spam folder if you do not see it.
FAQ: What is your refund policy?
Tuition is non-refundable, but is transferable to future classes.
FAQ: How long does class last?
Expect the class to last approximately an hour, give or take a few minutes as each student is intentionally given time to show and explain their build. Class sessions last 3 weeks.
FAQ: What do I need for class? Do I have the right LEGO® sets?
Good news! You can use whatever LEGO® parts you have at home. Classes are designed to use a baseplate and whatever parts you have -- wheels, technic, blocks, minifigures, etc. Need to order more basic parts? Look for Classic LEGO® sets. Learn how to organize your collection.