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This printable game is designed to encourage children to use their creativity and apply S.T.E.M. skills! During the game, players collect different Lego elements (pieces). At the end of the game, players create anything they can imagine with the pieces they collected during the game. Then, they can informally practice presentation skills as they tell each other about their creation.
During this lesson, children will engage in storytelling and will apply their critical thinking and S.T.E.M. skills as they use building bricks to build solutions to problems they encounter during the story.
Learners will read, study, watch, and build as they learn all about the history of Lego® Bricks!
I created this building brick adventure for an online class that I was teaching. We had so much fun with the adventure in class, I felt inspired to create a whole lesson about corn mazes.
Your child will learn about how and why popcorn kernels pop as they engage in literacy, STEM, and art activities. Be sure to check out the suggested extension activities at the end of the lesson for more learning opportunities!
Found in lesson: … T.E.M. skills to complete a Lego brick build related to popcorn distribution. Draw …
The idea of writing in code is very intriguing! I have found that children are very motivated to create their own codes and to learn how to read codes.
Found in lesson: … they create their own code key using Lego bricks then use that key to …
My children and I saw a book called Animal Armor at the library and were excited to read it! I hope that the format of ‘Read, Watch, Build, Draw Lessons’ encourages children to learn about new topics often. These lessons are designed to be low-prep. I like to include extension activities to encourage further exploration if a child discovers a deep interest in the topic.
Found in lesson: … apply to their creative animal armor build: LEGO Pets! Building Instructions for Dogs, Cats, Guinea …
One of my children was interested in learning more about axolotls. That interest led down a path to discovering more unusual animals. I hope that the format of ‘Read, Watch, Build, Draw Lessons’ encourages children to learn about new topics often. These lessons are designed to be low-prep but also include extension activities to encourage further exploration
Found in lesson: … will design their own unique animal with Lego bricks and describe how its features are …