More than 80 children and parents went along to the event at Hounslow library where youngsters were encouraged to learn by combining a love for lego with digital tools.
The youngsters used different technologies to build robots, stories and ducks, and there was a chance to take family portraits with mascots Max and Mia.
Amy Curtis, marketing and communications officer for Cultural Community Solutions (CSS), who have partnered up with Hounslow Council and Lego Education, said: “We are delighted with the successful launch of Lego Education in our libraries.
"This is the start of a fantastic partnership between CCS, Hounslow Council and Lego Education.
"We would like to thank everyone who came to the launch to make robots, stories and even some yellow ducks.
"If you have not already done so, sign up to be part of the LEGO Clubs starting in September."
The programme tackles reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, maths, science and much more using software tools to keep children engaged and bringing their work to life.
The launch was the first step of Lego Education in Libraries clubs (fee applies) starting in September throughout Hounslow for children aged eight and over.
During the clubs, children will have the chance to interact with specially-designed education activity packages including StoryStarter, MoreToMaths, WeDo, and Machines and Mechanisms, under the guidance of trained LEGO staff.
Free taster sessions will be held at Cranford library on Monday (July 27) from 3pm-4.30pm; at Isleworth library on Thursday August 13 between 10.30am and midday; at Osterley library on Tuesday August 18 from 2.30pm-4pm; and at Feltham library on Thursday August 27 between 10.30am and midday.
Sign up at www.ccslibraries.com/legoeducationhounslow.