The Ultimate LEGO Classroom at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto

LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto is the only attraction authorized to provide LEGO® programming for students and pre-schoolers.

LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto is best known as a unique indoor attraction based on the popular LEGO® brick. The attraction – full of colour, creativity and fun for families offers a highly interactive and educational experience with a range of exciting LEGO® play areas, 4D cinema, LEGO® ride and much more!

But did you know that the Discovery Centre is also the only attraction authorized to provide LEGO® programming for students and pre-schoolers? As the only LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre in Canada, the attraction offers 7 different educational workshops, 5 of which are in association with LEGO® Education. Workshops offered range from literacy, to science and technology.

Pre-school Programs

For pre-schoolers who want to imagine, create and explore whole new worlds with oversized LEGO® bricks, there's an early years’ program that teaches them about the seasons. Kids will complete the Story Tales workshop and put their new found knowledge into action around the LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre using specially developed worksheets. The program feeds these young minds' natural desire to explore, investigate and learn.

Elementary School Programs

Hands-on learning is offered to students in Grades 1 to 5, supporting the Ontario curriculum in subjects such as science, mathematics, language arts, technology, and engineering design. All programs build and reinforce collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving. Students will be inspired by educational play while harnessing the limitless creative possibilities of LEGO® bricks.

The Discovery Centre facilities and space also help support the students' learning through interactive experiences, promoting a deeper engagement with the subject matter. Projects – based on various grade levels – include building spinning tops, a merry-go-round, and gears and structures, with opportunities to improve writing and math skills.

Schools can find out more at As a parent, if you want your child to experience these programs, speak to your child's educator. Special rates for schools, camps, organized groups and birthday parties are available.

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