Don’t take our word for it
From beginning to the end, this concept shows the value of having LEGO® bricks in the classroom.
We have developed the content and the structure of the activities together with teachers. After that we have tested in classrooms in more countries to finally adapt and prove the impact.
LearnToLearn has been developed by teachers, for teachers.
"The LearnToLearn kits significantly boosted students' ability to creatively imagine. The prospect of working with LEGO excited & energized the kids and allowed them to bring the full measure of their attention and focus to the task."
Timothy Burns, US
"After getting the LEGO-license they asked again 'What will be the next step?' - that shows me that they had a lot of fun!"
Madlen Hampel, Germany
A turtle by Cooper & Josie, US
Balance mechanism elements
"I keep reminding my principal that this all started with a basic LEGO lesson. This set potentially has the power to be the catalyst for real change."
Garrett Sims, US
"The children achieved everything we thought they would. They were happy and focused. Their confidence increased as they progressed through the three activities."
Linda Graham, UK
"I was also surprised at the level of engagement - the only noise was the sound of students building with their LEGO pieces!"
Beth Brubaker, US
Ducks constructed by students around the world.
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