LEGO Program at Napanee Library.

Autism LEGO – Little Builder program hosted by Lennox & Addington Libraries, in partnership with Autism Ontario – Kingston Chapter was a success this past November 2019.

During our 4 – week program our friends learned to build:

  • Cars;
  • Dogs;
  • Airplanes. (Arguably the most difficult 😉)

Our friends shared three “jobs” working together and learning to be a good friend.

“JOBS:”

  1. The “Engineer” – This person in charge of the instructions or plans whom tells us which pieces we need.
  2. The “Collector” – This person searches for pieces the engineer asks for and hands these pieces to the builder.

3. The “Builder” – This person put these pieces together where the engineer tells them.

After masterpieces were created – Our friends put them to action!

Ending our sessions with imaginative play, creating something alone or with a new friend.

Lots of fun over the last 4-weeks.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with this program, send us a private message and we will give you more details about our next LEGO group.

If you know of someone who might be interested in joining a class as a participant, please private message us for more information.

The Lennox & Addington Libraries has generously allows us to host this event again March 24, 2020.

Thank you to everyone for your continued support in these new events in our community.

Looking to bring our community together through awareness and acceptance.

Thank you; Mae Whalen, Paula Bell, Nancy Pike and Kate Wilson for making this program possible.

Lennox and Addington County
County of Lennox & Addington Libraries
Autism Ontario Kingston Chapter
Town of Greater Napanee
KidsInclusive

It takes a village to raise a child. It takes a child with autism to raise the consciousness of the village.

Coach Elaine Hall
Friend enjoying free build after race car was finished.