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Ignite Classroom Learning with LEGO

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Overview

LEGO bricks have stood the test of time. Even with technology and video games competing for our children's attention, most kids still love building with bricks. Join Chrissy Romano-Arrabito as she shares some easy ways to inspire curious minds and stimulate creativity in your classroom through the love of LEGO. These activities can be used not only to enhance creativity and curiosity, but also to support and reinforce various learning concepts across curriculum.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, June 26, 2019 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Game-based Learning
Tags: building, creativity, curiosity, LEGO, student activities

Reviews (24)

Full Member
 
Fantastic! Great presentation! WE all love legos! Great ideas I will use in my classes!
Thank you for the cleaning tips at the end, too!
I have 4/5 sets and students work in groups! Oh great idea for bace plates!
I have worked in stations/centers; when whole class, at their groups!
Full Member
 
Lots of things to think about. Kids LOVE Legos
Basic Member
 
Thank you
Full Member
 
Students do really need to play! Thank you for the ideas!
Full Member
 
It was so much fun! I am going to use legos for teaching math with my Kindergarteners.
Full Member
 
So fun!!
 
Nice work
 
I teach Special Ed. and love of my students love Legos. I will definitely be trying some of these ideas out!
 
Such great ideas! I like that you include ways to acquire bricks in an economical way (especially for all of us teachers on a budget).
Basic Member
 
Lots of ideas for using Legos for math. Thanks!
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