5th Grade Student Gives Teacher End of Year Break With LEGO® Class

Mrs. Nanjad got a well-deserved teaching break from, of all people, a student and some LEGO® Bricks. Daniel Carrera, the recent winner of the Mini Master Model

Builder competition at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Westchester and a 5th grade student at P.S. 090 Horace Mann in Queens, gave a mini LEGO building lesson about how to create graduation themed LEGO® models.

LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Westchester donated hundreds of LEGO® bricks to help Carrera teach the class of 25 about building special items for their 5th-grade graduation.

They created a name badge, apple, pencil and notebook all as part of the special fun session which gave Mrs. Nanjad a well-deserved break to enjoy seeing one of her students become a budding LEGO® builder.

On top of it all, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester surprised each student with the new Summer Play Pass so they can keep building, creating, and playing for the rest of the year at the attraction.  The summer play pass will launch this weekend for the general public to purchase. $39.99 for admission Sunday - Friday from now until Dec 31, 2022.

Daniel is also competing to become the North American Mini Master Model Builder, and New Yorkers looking to support their local Mini Master Model Builder, can vote starting tomorrow morning at 9:00AM, June 22nd, through Monday, June 27th, at noon at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester's Facebook page.

The votes will be combined with Master Model Builders at all LEGOLAND Discovery Centers to decide the winner. Daniel thanks you for your support and is hoping the first ever North American Mini Master Model Builder will reside right here in New York. 


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