LEGO Challenge Cards - The Stem Laboratory. This giant collection of LEGO challenge cards is a simple prep, fun way to sneak some STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning into the day.
With cards that range from easy to difficult, little engineers will love tackling the designs. Grab your copy below and then hop over to join The Plato Pack so you can download ALL of our print-and-play STEM centers in one spot! This post contains Amazon affiliate links for LEGOS. Getting Ready To prep for the activity, I printed the cards (below) on cardstock to give them extra durability. Note: If you’ll be using the cards in a classroom, you may want to laminate the cards to make them even sturdier. I grabbed our box of small LEGOS for this first round of play but DUPLOS would work just as well.
Playing with the Cards Middle Brother is LEGO obsessed, so he couldn’t wait to get his hands on the first challenge card. It was pretty tricky to find the solution but, after lots of trial and error, Middle Brother found it. And so much more. LEGO Challenge Cards - The Stem Laboratory. Curious Creatures, Wild Minds - K-6 AUSTRALIAN LEARNING RESOURCES. Curious Creatures, Wild Minds - K-6 AUSTRALIAN LEARNING RESOURCES. Talking Characters - Web tools for kids. Login.
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