Grades 2-3 ⋅ Students will use their engineering skills as they build with the LEGO Simple Machine kits. Young LEGO maniacs will use gears, levers, pulleys and wheels/axles to build and design models such as a carnival ride, go-cart, catapult and more. As they test their models, students will have fun
Grades 3-5 ⋅ LEGO- Maniacs can get in gear as they build awesome simple and compound machines using simple machines, motors, and magnets. Join the crew from iSPACE for some LEGO engineering fun! LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this
Grades 4-5 ⋅ Power Up some fun as students use LEGO’s Motorized Mechanism kits to build and test vehicles that harness wind energy for power. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site. > Subjects: Power, Renewable Energy, Engineering design.
Grades 4-8 ⋅ Channel your inner engineer as you inquire, design, build, and redesign to solve an array of problems and challenges! Students will become critical thinkers and problem-solvers in this program, which encourages innovation and creativity! > Subjects: Engineering Process, Design Requirements & Constraints Activities vary dependent on grade level, and range in
Grades 4-12 ⋅ Watch students become engineers as they take on the task of building a vehicle that can withstand a crash test! They’ll learn the process of design, test, and redesign, while creatively tackling the crash test challenge. > Subjects: Engineering Process, Design Requirements & Constraints Students will be tasked with building a
Grades 2-5 ⋅ Get ready to bring the world of LEGO to life! Students will learn about robotics and what it means to be engineers and programmers as they use team work to build and program LEGO models. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not
Grades 5-9 ⋅ Transform your students into authentic video game designers as they learn and apply animation techniques and special tricks to create their own version of computer games! They will gain programming prowess, as well as a sense of pride as they share and play video games of their own
Robotics Theme: Grades 4 -9 ⋅ Will robots replace astronauts in space? What about jobs here on Earth? See what types of robots NASA is using in space exploration as well as robots that impact our everyday lives. Students program autonomous robots and teach them to make decisions using sensors