Aleksandra Puszkiewicz

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LEGO WeDO 2.0 Egg Grinder | Robocik.eu

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Elephant with WeDo 2.0 Lego Education Project - YouTube

Elephant with WeDo Lego Education Project

You’ll need a large baseboard, two lightweight balls (such as ping pong balls), drinking straws, and of course, some LEGO DUPLO bricks to play this fun racing game. Build a race track for each player, then use the straws to blow the balls around the tracks. The first player to cross the finish line is the winner! This game makes a great indoor project for a rainy afternoon and is sure to excite any kid who loves car racing!

You’ll need a large baseboard, two lightweight balls (such as ping pong balls), drinking straws, and of course, some LEGO DUPLO bricks to play this fun racing game. Build a race track for each player, then use the straws to blow the balls around the tracks. The first player to cross the finish line is the winner! This game makes a great indoor project for a rainy afternoon and is sure to excite any kid who loves car racing!

This Pythagorean Theorem Lego Proof provides a helpful visual, as well as providing a unique hands-on geometry learning experience.

This is a great, hands-on way to explore triangles, area and prove the pythagorean theorem!

Lego is such a brilliant toy! Teachers often use it to teach maths and so it’s also an excellent way to teach rhythm and notation with these lego beats music manipulatives. How To use Lego Music Manipulatives Younger children find the chunky ‘Duplo’ easier to manage so it’s best to start off …

Lego Beats Music Manipulatives - Let's Play Music

Whether you know it as Tic-Tac-Toe or nought and crosses, this is fun twist on a classic paper and pen game. You’ll need a LEGO DUPLO baseboard and one set of similar colored bricks for each player. Help your pre-schooler to build the frame, then challenge them to get three-in-a-row. Even though it might seem simple, this is a great little game for developing fine motor stills and introducing young children to strategy and logic!

Whether you know it as Tic-Tac-Toe or nought and crosses, this is fun twist on a classic paper and pen game. You’ll need a LEGO DUPLO baseboard and one set of similar colored bricks for each player. Help your pre-schooler to build the frame, then challenge them to get three-in-a-row. Even though it might seem simple, this is a great little game for developing fine motor stills and introducing young children to strategy and logic!