Happy New Year from a Happy New Company…

2018 ready…

There’s a buzz of excitement in the Hardiman house this January and it’s not just the afterglow from two weeks of mince pies and merriment…

Like Santa’s elves, we’ve been busily working all winter to get Lab Awesome set up and launched for 2018.

About Lab Awesome

I’m Rachel. I’ve created Lab Awesome with my husband, Ian. We are teachers, parents of young children and LEGO® and STEM enthusiasts. At Lab Awesome, we hire out amazing LEGO® and DUPLO® bundles for parties and events in and around Warwickshire. We also offer unique and memorable LEGO parties. We will also be creating resources, sharing ideas and posting videos on this blog to spread our love of science and engineering.

Ian has been teaching Physics at secondary level for 12 years. Throughout his career, he has worked to promote and share his love of science and engineering through his work in and out of the classroom with children of all ages. He has brought his expertise to Lab Awesome and in his Lab Awesome videos, activities and resources, he will be showcasing great ideas for fun at home with science and technology.

Our tried and tested ideas

In BAB, I’ll be posting about our tried and tested ideas for days out, play dates, rainy day activities, projects and parties.

We’ll also be reviewing LEGO and the inspiring toys and books that we think celebrate the fun of science and engineering. And we’ll be doing it all in time for the weekend. Our Thursday posts will give you buckets of ideas for Saturdays and Sundays.

For us, it’s always about having fun with our little ones!

And while it’s early days for our little company, we couldn’t be more excited about the awesome things to come.

Find out more about Lab Awesome

For more information about LEGO and DUPLO hire and to plan your own Lab Awesome party, visit www.lab-awesome.co.uk. Like Lab Awesome on Facebook to see our latest videos and BAB posts.

January 3, 2018

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