We believe that kids learn best when they dont know they are learning! Learn It programs provide a variety of  school holiday workshops that embrace STEAM learning while being super fun! 

Highly Qualified Educators

We know that learning is easier when you have an excellent teacher. That's why  we choose vibrant, qualified and fully screened staff . Our instructors are passionate about education and working with children and they bring this enthusiasm into every workshop.

Whats on offer

School Holiday fun is on offer right now, with our focus on using the magic of Lego(R) to encourage the future engineers and makers of tomorrow.  Keep an eye on our socials as we expand to providing after school workshops and birthday party packages too! 


23/9/19 to 26/9/19

Mighty Machines BRICK building - northcote

9.30am - 2.30pm

Jika Jika Community Centre, Northcote VIC

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23/9/19 to 26/9/19

Mighty Machines BRICK building - northcote

Got a LEGO(R) enthusiast at home? Join us for our "Mighty Machines" brick building program and learn all about the mechanisms that make machines go! Axles, pulleys, gears and more will be demonstrated and built in this fun holiday program, with plenty of time for free building and making new friends too! 


Participants must bring own lunch, with morning and afternoon tea provided.

Cost: $85 per day /$300 full 4 days (sibling discounts available)

**Please note this can be booked as individual days, or with a discount for the full 4 day program

9.30am - 2.30pm

Jika Jika Community Centre, Northcote VIC

MORE About Us


As mum to a 5 year old, I know just how important it is to provide our kids with fun opportunities to learn and grow. As a Montessori teacher with over 20 years experience working with babies and children, I have also come to understand that kids learn best when they are fully engaged and enjoying themselves, so I have developed these programs to provide an opportunity for just that!

why lego workshops?

Choosing to use Lego(R) bricks in our programs was an easy decision, as they have consistently provided children (and grown ups!) with one of the most engaging, interesting and enjoyable ways to play for many, many years! On top of them being just super fun, they teach early engineering concepts, encourage problem solving, develop fine motor skills and dexterity and allow imaginations to flourish. What's not to love?