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Unlocked the Magic of LEGO and Build ANIMALS!
Unlocked the Magic of LEGO by Ditching the Instruction Manual! If you look at LEGO Masters, do they use any instruction manual?! Not at all! And Mrs. Gift is going to help you build in a fun and engaging way!
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In this class, students will learn to use simple basic LEGO bricks to build their favorite animals and their habitat creatively. So open up a bin of LEGO and ditch the instruction manual. Students will learn how to think creatively, and not follow instruction manuals to use basic LEGO bricks to create a fantastical world of their own. Ms. Gift is an experienced and fun LEGO teacher who will also teach FUN FACTS about the animals and their habitats while we are building. Are you ready to take...
Sometimes, life is better when you don’t follow the instructions. So our goal here is to release our creative freedom and follow our hearts, mind, and hands! Students are going to feel so proud of their project, and parents are happy their kids acquire a new creative skill.
There's no homework. But the kids can continuously build LEGO as part of their extensive build, like the animals' habitats.
A bin of LEGOs (and ditch the instruction manual!)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Gift KoompLEGO Coach
569 total reviews
306 completed classes
Hi! My name is Gift, and I am a LEGO coach (and science, robotics, and engineering teacher). I have coached Jr. FIRST LEGO League at LEGOland before. I love to teach my students to free build because it unleashes our true creativity. I always tell...