The Bricks 4 Kidz experience is a hands-on class where students design and build constructions out of LEGO® bricks, while exploring engineering, architecture, and physics. Students work in a lab-type setting using LEGO® bricks with an integrated curriculum on math and science. Instructional content includes the concepts of friction, gravity, torque, scale, gears, axles, and beams. On Wednesday, September 13, 2017, students in the Gifted & Talented program at Albany Elementary School and Clinton County Middle School participated in four Bricks 4 Kidz workshops at their schools. Students in 1st and 2nd grade built a monkey model. Students in 3rd and 4th grade built a fish model, utilizing a motor to make the fins move. Students at CCMS also used a motor for their models. The 5th & 6th graders built a triceratops model that stomped. The 7th & 8th graders made either a spinning rebel fighter model or lightsaber wielding Yoda force master model from Star Wars. This workshop helped our students develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.