The LEGO 6 Brick Building Challenge!
Let's get LEGO building! How about a dog, frog or a rabbit? However, can you build these using only six basic LEGO Bricks? Think you are up for the challenge? Join former LEGO Product Designer Ms. Megan for some fun and fast LEGO building!
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Join former LEGO Product Designer: Megan H. Rothrock as she takes you on a building quest to build various subjects with only six LEGO bricks! Open to all building level skill sets, this is a fun LEGO building exercise designed to encourage your imagination and think “Outside of the Box!” In this live class, students will learn how to fire up their building muscles as they are challenged to translate shape and subject using only 6 LEGO Bricks. After they have something built, they will...
Takeaway: Students will learn to approach form, shape and increase their communication skills and make new friends.
Megan is a former Product Designer for the LEGO Group, as such she has firsthand knowledge of highly specialized Design Skills pertaining to LEGO bricks and beyond.
Two of the following parts required: 1x2’s, 2x2’s, 2x4’s (bricks) and 2x3 or 2x4 (plates/thin ones) are needed. Preferably the plates could be different color from the bricks. Basically, any selection of basic LEGO (or other brand) building bricks will work for this exercise. *THE 6 BRICK COMBINATION WE WILL BE USING WILL BE SHARED AT THE START OF CLASS* We will only be using the assigned 6 Bricks in Class. Be sure to bring your LEGO Bricks to class. And something for Show and Tell
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. Megan Author of The LEGO® Adventure Books and Toy Designer
202 total reviews
71 completed classes
Who is this ‘LEGO Lady?” I’m the Author of the LEGO® Adventure Books, Toy Designer and former Product Designer for the LEGO Group. In fact, I may have designed some of the LEGO sets that you have at home. I can fairly say that LEGO bricks take you...