Teams at Noggin Builders are a structured program for your child to build problem solving skills, teamwork and creativity while having fun and making friendships. He/she will also improve patience, flexibility and communication. Combined with real-life S.T.E.M. skills we will be using to solve challenges, these are the building blocks that will help today’s children grow into tomorrow’s future leaders.
Noggin Builders manages Destination Imagination (DI) teams for grades 3-5 and 6-8. We also offer a noncompetitive, introductory program for grades 1-2 called Rising Stars.
Congrats to our five 2016-17 teams which each placed at the Regional Tournament and are heading to the State / Affiliate Tournament in April!
2017-18 Informational Meetings:
Thur. 3/16, 7:00pm
Fri. 3/17, 1:00pm
Sun. 3/19, 9:30am
Mon. 3/20, 7:00pm
Tues. 3/21, 10:00am
Please use this link to RSVP
IMPORTANT: At least one parent must attend an informational meeting for your child to be eligible for a team if he/she has not been on a Noggin Builders DI team before.
Children are welcome to attend the meeting, but not required. All children new to DI at Noggin Builders must attend an evaluation. Information on evaluations will be available at the informational meetings.
TEAM Annual Calendar:
- Spring Session: “DI – Destination Imagination – Club”. For current or new team members! This class is a great way for current team members to sharpen skills before next season and for children who have not yet tried DI to experience the fun before making a commitment to a team season. Sign up for the whole session or do a 4-pack to give it a try!
- March: Informational Meetings (At least one parent must attend for your child to be eligible for a team if you have not been on a team before. Children are welcome to attend the meeting.)
- April: Evaluation Days (All children new to DI at Noggin Builders must participate in an evaluation day or attend DI Club)
- May/June: Teams are formed
- September – February: DI Season
- March – April: Possible season extensions based on tournament performance