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Work with students to identify challenges in their lives and then have them make a life hack that solves their problems. Have your students independently brainstorm solutions they can make tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out ideas. Then have them share their ideas within groups, working together to decide on the best idea to make. Encourage them to test and analyze their creations until they end up with a final life hack, which they can share with the other students.

Work with students to identify challenges in their lives and then have them make a life hack that solves their problems. Have your students independently brainstorm solutions they can make tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out ideas. Then have them share their ideas within groups, working together to decide on the best idea to make. Encourage them to test and analyze their creations until they end up with a final life hack, which they can share with the other students.

Work with your students to make sound machines that can play a rhythm, music or just noise! Ask your students what they would like their sound machine to do, then independently brainstorm different ways to make their own. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas on their worksheets. Make sure the students spend time tinkering with the bricks to spark creativity and test and analyze their ideas as they go. Once the sound machines are complete, have the students share what they…

Work with your students to make sound machines that can play a rhythm, music or just noise! Ask your students what they would like their sound machine to do, then independently brainstorm different ways to make their own. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas on their worksheets. Make sure the students spend time tinkering with the bricks to spark creativity and test and analyze their ideas as they go. Once the sound machines are complete, have the students share what they…

Explore the world of dancing together with your students and have them create a rhythmic dancing robot of their own. Ask your students what they would like to make their dancing robot do and have them independently brainstorm ideas on how they could create it. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out possible ideas. Once the dancing robots are complete, have your students share what they made.

Explore the world of dancing together with your students and have them create a rhythmic dancing robot of their own. Ask your students what they would like to make their dancing robot do and have them independently brainstorm ideas on how they could create it. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out possible ideas. Once the dancing robots are complete, have your students share what they made.

Have your students create beautiful patterns while learning about symmetry and building math skills. Work with them to determine a problem to solve, such as drawing circles, and then have each of them work independently to brainstorm possible solutions. One idea could be a motorized drawing machine that makes both simple circles and more complex shapes. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas and then share them in groups. Together, they’ll decide the best idea to make.

Have your students create beautiful patterns while learning about symmetry and building math skills. Work with them to determine a problem to solve, such as drawing circles, and then have each of them work independently to brainstorm possible solutions. One idea could be a motorized drawing machine that makes both simple circles and more complex shapes. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas and then share them in groups. Together, they’ll decide the best idea to make.

Work with your children to create a machine or contraption to help Mr. Bear get up the stairs. Ask the children if they have ever noticed how buildings or areas have secured wheelchair access. Encourage them to use LEGO® DUPLO® bricks and other materials from your classroom to help Mr. Bear. How can you make it safe for Mr. Bear? And what would make it fun? What would happen if Mr. Bear needed to go down the stairs?

Work with your children to create a machine or contraption to help Mr. Bear get up the stairs. Ask the children if they have ever noticed how buildings or areas have secured wheelchair access. Encourage them to use LEGO® DUPLO® bricks and other materials from your classroom to help Mr. Bear. How can you make it safe for Mr. Bear? And what would make it fun? What would happen if Mr. Bear needed to go down the stairs?

Work with your students to create their own wearables, such as a watch, which solves challenges in their daily activities. Have your students work independently to come up with possible ideas for their wearable tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out their ideas. Students can share their ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make, using bricks and other materials as needed. Once the wearables are complete, have your students share what they made.

Work with your students to create their own wearables, such as a watch, which solves challenges in their daily activities. Have your students work independently to come up with possible ideas for their wearable tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out their ideas. Students can share their ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make, using bricks and other materials as needed. Once the wearables are complete, have your students share what they made.

Talk with your students about how small inventions can help some of the challenges they face every day and have them make a wearable to solve a problem. Once students have identified a problem to solve, have them work independently to brainstorm solutions, tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out possible ideas. Then have your students form groups to test and analyze their best idea, making improvements where necessary. This will help them develop problem-solving and communication…

Talk with your students about how small inventions can help some of the challenges they face every day and have them make a wearable to solve a problem. Once students have identified a problem to solve, have them work independently to brainstorm solutions, tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out possible ideas. Then have your students form groups to test and analyze their best idea, making improvements where necessary. This will help them develop problem-solving and communication…

Explore the world of digital gadgets and have your students make their own digital accessories. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out their ideas and then share with classmates within groups. Together, each group will decide the best idea to make. Encourage them to test and analyze their creations until they end up with a final digital accessory. Once the digital accessories are complete, set out a table large enough to display all models and have the students share what they made.

Explore the world of digital gadgets and have your students make their own digital accessories. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out their ideas and then share with classmates within groups. Together, each group will decide the best idea to make. Encourage them to test and analyze their creations until they end up with a final digital accessory. Once the digital accessories are complete, set out a table large enough to display all models and have the students share what they made.

Encourage your students to use their imagination to make puppets that can be used for a play or to tell a story. They can use LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas on their worksheets. Students can share their ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make. As they begin to build their puppets, encourage them to test and analyze their ideas. Once the puppets are complete, have students share what they made. You can even have them put on a puppet show!

Encourage your students to use their imagination to make puppets that can be used for a play or to tell a story. They can use LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas on their worksheets. Students can share their ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make. As they begin to build their puppets, encourage them to test and analyze their ideas. Once the puppets are complete, have students share what they made. You can even have them put on a puppet show!

Have your children create a fun cannon game for Mr. Parker’s booth. How can they make it safe for the guests? Will some targets be easy and some more difficult to hit? The children can use LEGO® DUPLO® bricks or other materials from your classroom. Encourage the children to work in small groups and tinker with the elements to spark the creativity. Ask the children to take turns telling about the models they have made.

Have your children create a fun cannon game for Mr. Parker’s booth. How can they make it safe for the guests? Will some targets be easy and some more difficult to hit? The children can use LEGO® DUPLO® bricks or other materials from your classroom. Encourage the children to work in small groups and tinker with the elements to spark the creativity. Ask the children to take turns telling about the models they have made.

Have your students invent a security gadget to protect their belongings by warning you if anything is approaching! Students should work independently to start, then share ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas on their worksheets. Once the security gadgets are complete, set out a table large enough to display all models and have students share what they made.

Have your students invent a security gadget to protect their belongings by warning you if anything is approaching! Students should work independently to start, then share ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out ideas on their worksheets. Once the security gadgets are complete, set out a table large enough to display all models and have students share what they made.

Ask your students to make their very own sound machines as they explore the world of sound. Have them independently brainstorm ways to make one that suits their needs. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out possible ideas. Each group will then make their sound machine, testing and analyzing their idea as they go, making improvements where necessary. Once the sound machines are complete, have your students share what they made.

Ask your students to make their very own sound machines as they explore the world of sound. Have them independently brainstorm ways to make one that suits their needs. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out possible ideas. Each group will then make their sound machine, testing and analyzing their idea as they go, making improvements where necessary. Once the sound machines are complete, have your students share what they made.

Have your students create beautiful patterns while learning about symmetry and building math skills by independently identifying a problem and brainstorming ideas to solve it. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out possible ideas and share and make their ideas in groups. Each group will then make their patterns, testing and analyzing their idea as they go, making improvements where necessary. Once the patterns are complete, have the students share what they made.

Have your students create beautiful patterns while learning about symmetry and building math skills by independently identifying a problem and brainstorming ideas to solve it. They can tinker with LEGO® bricks or sketch out possible ideas and share and make their ideas in groups. Each group will then make their patterns, testing and analyzing their idea as they go, making improvements where necessary. Once the patterns are complete, have the students share what they made.

Ask your students to invent digital accessories that will make their lives easier. Have them work independently to come up with possible ideas for their digital accessory tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out their ideas. Students can share their ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make, using bricks and other materials as needed. Once the digital accessories are complete, have your students share what they made.

Ask your students to invent digital accessories that will make their lives easier. Have them work independently to come up with possible ideas for their digital accessory tinkering with LEGO® bricks or by sketching out their ideas. Students can share their ideas in groups and work together to decide the best idea to make, using bricks and other materials as needed. Once the digital accessories are complete, have your students share what they made.

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