The FFL competition allows children to be more creative while building various things by building blocks. During the competition, the children suggested to build a harmonious park for all age groups and the disabled. They also encountered some problems they had never faced before. To solve those problems, they discussed and challenged themselves to achieve their goals. In the end, they were satisfied with the creation of their ideal LEGO park.
These simple Lego bricks are fun and can provide our children with high-level STEM skills. In the Lego classroom, children used Lego gears and other accessories to learn scientific theories; "When I turn one of the gears, why are both gears moving?" During the entire game, the children observed the "gear" and explored how it moved. Literally, they found the answer-"The gear shafts are connected to each other in parallel." Then the teachers further explained to the children to help them better understand and facilitate them to learn from playing.
1. “Mr. Li and Miss. Cheung, I’ll see you in the LEGO lesson!”
2. “Can I play LEGO while waiting for my mom?”
3. “After I played with some gears in the LEGO lesson, my dad and I went to the Science Museum, I found some gears there too!”
4. “When can I have LEGO lesson again?”