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  • Ivano Turi

    The learning power of LEGO #Infographic #lego #learning

  • Sam Yoonsoo Yoo

    Lego is a range of construction toys first created by Ole Kirk Christiansen in the 1940s in Denmark. Beginning as a set of stackable, interlocking blocks, Lego has evolved into the company’s global flagship product of colorful plastic pieces that can be assembled and re-assembled in infinite ways. The blocks are so popular with children that LEGO has designed educational products and curricula, and teachers are using them in their classrooms. (http://On.FB.Me/KOREA )

  • Billie Burke

    Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 7 Skills Kids Can Develop from Playing Lego

  • Delwyn H

    Lego stuff.

  • molinojacqeline

    Hawaiian party theme infographics

  • Carolina González Bartsch

    The Learning Power of LEGO infographic from onlinecollege.org brings to light the uses of LEGOs in education as well as a brief history of Lego Bricks.

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