LEGO Learning Solutions are designed to be flexible, cross-curriculum tools that ignite curiosity and integrate easily into your classroom. Our standards-aligned lesson plans provide a variety of learning experiences, including guided learning and problem-solving lessons, that relate directly back to students’ real-life questions and observations. Assessment options built in to the lessons help make sure that assessment happens during learning, not after.
Developed in collaboration with university leaders and educators in the classroom — and tested by teachers! — LEGO Education’s lesson plans are aligned to NGSS and Common Core State Standards in ELA and Math and provide more than 60 options across multiple STEM/STEAM subjects and learning levels.
With LEGO Education’s curriculum tools and sets, primary students:
Hands-on LEGO® Learning is a universal language. Anyone with a sense of curiosity and imagination can create with LEGO bricks; they transcend gender, age, language, and cultural boundaries — including those of the classroom.
LEGO Education brings this creative spirit to robotics clubs, coding programs, and maker spaces. With fun new Maker activities, LEGO Education makes the joy of discovery even more accessible.
LEGO Education and FIRST® partner to inspire young people’s participation in science and technology through FIRST® LEGO League Jr., which runs hands-on, themed robotics showcases that celebrate teamwork, discovery, and fun.
FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. captures young children’s (age 6-10) curiosity and directs it toward discovering the wonders of science and technology. This program features a real-world scientific concept to be explored through research, teamwork, building, and imagination. Guided by adult Coaches, teams use LEGO Education WeDo elements and an exclusive FIRST® LEGO League Jr. Inspire Set to build and program a moving model, and develop a Show Me Poster to illustrate their journey.
LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 offers endless possibilities for making abstract concepts concrete by using playful, tangible elements to introduce students to science, computational thinking, and engineering principles.
Early Simple Machines is designed for students in grades K–2 to help start students understand basic real-world science concepts and the world around them with the use of DUPLO® bricks and elements.
Simple Machines provides students in grades 3–5 with a deeper understanding of science and engineering through exploring real-world tasks with a hands-on approach in the concepts of energy, balance, and mechanics.
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