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LEGO Master Builders - One-Time Class
This is a one-time session for any child who loves to build! Building challenges will vary -- repeat builders are welcome!
Ms. Rachel G.
2366 total reviews for this teacher
120 reviews for this class
Completed by 488 learners
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How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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This is a one-time class for LEGO® fans! All you need is a stash of LEGO® bricks and your creativity, and I'll provide the rest - a surprise creative "theme" for our time together and lots of encouragement! After we briefly discuss the theme and the design process, we'll build! I will ask questions, check in, and ask the class to share feedback. This class will encourage the children to practice speaking in front of a group, using descriptive words, and talking about what they're building....
This is a not a structured, formal lesson. Rather, it is a chance for students to be creative, indulge in building, and talk about what they're doing. The goal is to provide them with a chance to be creative, learn new ways to use their existing LEGO® bricks, and talk about what they're doing - perfect for experienced builders, shy learners, younger builders, and everyone in between!
1) LEGO® bricks - anyone with a few existing sets should be fine, or you can buy a box of loose bricks. Simply Google "Lego 10698" and you can buy from places like Amazon or Target. 2) A LEGO® base plate will come in handy for some of our challenges; you can buy these online for $5-10. Simply Google "LEGO® Base plate." 3) Space to build - I recommend setting the device/computer up near the builder on a low table or the floor. (Or bring the LEGO® bricks to the table you want your child to sit at.) Having everything together cuts down on running back and forth to get more pieces.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ms. Rachel G.Let's Have Fun and Learn Something New!
2366 total reviews
1080 completed classes
My name is Rachel and I have worked with children for many years - as a tutor, teacher, and camp counselor. I graduated from Harvard, where I majored in History & Literature. I love to share my love of books, history, and learning with children!...