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Are your students Lego Smart?

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Being LEGO Smart is more than building with LEGO bricks. It’s having the ability to work in teams, solve problems, and create solutions. It means understanding key science, technology, engineering, and math concepts – not just on paper, but through demonstration.

That's what Lego says anyway. And to prove their point, they organize a big Lego contest where participants (Kids under 12) must work in team with a starter Lego kit (free of charge) to solve problems and create solutions.

If you are a teacher, home educator, after-school program director, or otherwise working with students(K-12)within the education field, you are eligible to compete in this year’s contest. Previous year’s contestants are also eligible and must use their current kit for the contest challenge, due to launch August 2, 2010!


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