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Kids Learn Engineering Concepts With Legos

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#1 Offline Hapori Tohu

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Posted Mar 22 2012 - 02:55 AM

Legos and engineering seem to mix well. Many FOLs are engineers, whether professionally or to a lesser degree through knowledge acquired in pursuit of their favorite pursuit. Some lucky kids at The Winthrop School in Massachusetts experienced this duet first hand in <a href="http://www.wickedlocal.com/melrose/news/education/x271615741/Lego-program-teaches-engineering-concepts-to-students#axzz1pseiFX7t">a series of engineering classes</a> utilizing Lego bricks and robotics. There seem to be more and more of these types of programs popping up all the time, hopefully they'll improve both the traditions of Lego and engineering.

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