Teaching Engineering to Kids

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Tipping Over Our Tallest LEGO Tower Ever

Our students in Fort Collins, CO built one of our tallest LEGO Towers ever in just over an hour. It was approximately 20 ft. tall. We needed to take it apart at the end of the day, so we figured the easiest way was to tip it over. Here is what happened in slo-motion.

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Playing Well with!

We are having so much fun today at Amazon’s Summer Picnic event at CenturyLink Field. We got our LEGO booth rocking and rolling. Never thought we’d ever be playing with LEGO at the stadium of the Super Bowl Winners, Seattle Seahawks. Feeling extremely appreciative.


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Our Instructor Is Building An Iron Man Outfit

Want to know how nerdy & awesome our instructors are? One of our instructors in Connecticut, Michael, is building a life size Iron Man outfit out of cardboard. Here is the helmet. We will definitely share more details as it gets completed.

Iron Man Cardboard Helmet

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Channel 12 News Visited Our Play-Well Engineering w/LEGO Camp

Channel 12 News in Arizona visited one of our Play-Well Engineering with LEGO programs to talk about upcoming educational summer camps for kids. They got to get the kids’ perspective on why it’s pretty awesome learning about the world of engineering with 20,000 pieces of LEGO.

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Play Well This Summer!

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Learning To Save The Planet Using One LEGO At A Time

In our Eco-Engineering LEGO class, our students are learning about solar power and wind turbines.  If they are going to help save the planet, it’s good to start early.


Solar Panel

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Throwback Thursday: 50,000-Piece LEGO Golden Gate Bridge

For this throwback Thursday, we pulled out a picture from the 2001 Marin County Fair. Our Founder, Tim Bowen, and VP of Curriculum Development, Alex Shullman, built the North Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge out of 50,000 pieces of LEGO. Back then, they were simply known as “the LEGO dudes.”

LEGO Golden Gate Bridge

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