Outside the Brick is a small, family company dedicated to helping kids think outside the brick by being a resource for new building techniques and ideas. Brick building goes far beyond pre-packaged sets with instructions – it can launch kids to new heights by helping them explore their imaginations and bringing them to life.
Outside the Brick was founded as an offshoot from an online LEGO® club for homeschoolers hosted at CurrClick.com. This club was started in January of 2011 with a humble number of members and has since grown to become the largest (and only!) online LEGO® Club with 12,000 members worldwide.
This blog’s purpose is to provide a place for brick builders to meet new friends, read the latest LEGO® news, share their builds with other builders……all fun for brick lovers of all ages, but it gets better! This blog will also feature monthly mini-builds and challenges as well as contests!
Who runs Outside the Brick?
Roni Bergerson is the owner of Outside the Brick. She has been a homeschooling mom for 12 years and has a passion for LEGO® bricks and elements which naturally progressed into this blog. Many years in the homeschooling community has shown her the many ways LEGO® bricks and elements can be harnessed to educate today’s children. Roni has spent many years working with homeschool students and loves to share her passion for homeschooling and LEGO® bricks and elements with other homeschooling families.
Outside the Brick Statement of Philosophy
Many, many volunteer hours and much talent went into this creation of this site and the listings of resources to be made available free of charge to the homeschool community. This site was approached from a non-faith based perspective and, as such, will contain multiple worldviews and content from a wide variety of sources. We appreciate and uphold the right and responsibility of every family to educate their children as they see fit and we have provided this site as a tool for families to use in their homeschool. We acknowledge that not every family will use every resource available and may not even agree with every resource listed on this site. Thank you for understanding and we hope this site provides a helpful resource for your family.
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