Discover ways that scientists and engineers can use rovers to explore places where humans cannot go.
Explore the conversion of mechanical energy into electrical energy using a hand-operated generator
Explore the different safety rules that are linked to city transportation and describe how some of them can be improved.
Investigating the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on the movement of an object.
Design an automatic LEGO floodgate to control water according to various precipitation patterns.
Explore and recognize that how fast or how slowly one gear makes another turn depends on the number of teeth on the gears and their position.
Explore and recognize that the effectiveness of a lever depends on the arrangement of the pivot point, effort and load.
Identify a wheel and axle as a simple machine and where friction might be found.
Explore and recognize that the turning ratio of one pulley to another is determined by the size of the pulleys.
Discover how to use the Tilt Sensor to help Milo send a message to the base.
Discover how to use the Motion Sensor to detect the presence of a special plant specimen.
Design a LEGO prototype of a device that could help remove plastic waste from the ocean.
Design a LEGO prototype of a weather alarm device to alert people and reduce the impact of strong storms.
Design a LEGO prototype of a rover that would be ideal for exploring distant planets.
Investigating what characteristics of a building would help make it resistant to an earthquake, using an earthquake simulator constructed from LEGO bricks.
Design a device to reduce the impact on humans, animals, and the environment after an area has been damaged by a weather-related hazard.
Model a frog’s metamorphosis using a LEGO representation and identify the characteristics of the organism at each stage.
Model the relationship between a pollinator and flower during the reproduction phase using a LEGO representation.
Investigating what factors can make a car go faster to help predict future motion.
Invent a digital accessory that fits your needs and ease your daily life.
Design a sound machine and explore programming variables that make soft sounds, loud sounds, environmental sounds, rhythms, and melodies.
Design and program a robot that performs a cultural dance, tells a story through dance, or dances in pairs or groups.
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