LearnToLearn gives a taste of how the LEGO® brick ignites learning.
LEGO® Education LearnToLearn contains 28 identical brick bags, each containing the 72 LEGO elements needed to complete the 15 activities included in the activity pack.
Delivering an easy way to get started with LEGO Education in the classroom, it shows educators how to effectively use LEGO bricks across areas of the curriculum within science, literacy, math, social studies and design & engineering. All activities are focused, hands-on and stimulate real-life problem solving.
If you want to continue to expand your students' learning in these five areas of the curriculum using LEGO bricks, LEGO Education offers a range of progressive solutions that enable you to delve deeper into each subject area. Each is solution based on the same learning philosophy, allowing students to build their skills and knowledge using the same approach as LearnToLearn.
Explore Science by building wild animals and making them come to life using LEGO Education WeDo as an introduction to programming.
Example: A scale constructed by LEGO Education designer Ina, Denmark.
Bring Literacy to life and focus on story components, structure and writing with the StoryStarter Core Set and StoryVisualizer software.
Example: A scene from "The Princess and the Pea" constructed by Eleanor, Denmark.
Get hands on with Math by exploring the competencies for mathematical problem solving through game-like activities.
Example: Ask pupils to sit back-to-back like the minifigures in this model.
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Delve deeper into Social Studies and stimulate group discussion about emotions, community and other areas of the world with BuildToExpress.
Example: A drummer constructed by Jungyoung, South Korea.
Experiment with Design & Engineering to understand mechanical principles find solutions to everyday problems with Machines & Mechanisms.
Example: A stable bridge constructed by Catharina, Brazil.
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