Date: April 17, 2020
About the author
Kayla is currently one of the educators in the Lindsay Makerspace who helps plan, design and deliver curriculum for a variety of programs. She has a long history of working with children in many different areas such as gymnastics, cheerleading, summer camps and public schools. She graduated from The University of Western Ontario with a BA and specialization in Nutrition and Families and also recently completed a BEd at Ontario Tech University in the Primary/Junior division. Her recent studies have led her to discover a love and interest for LEGO robotics, coding and STEAM education.
These Lego Challenge Cards provide learners in grades 4-6 with an open-ended task. Using lego bricks, learners will have the opportunity to create and explore different possibilities with lego. These challenges explore a variety of areas such as science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Learners will explore STEAM education with limited boundaries. These challenge cards can be downloaded and printed for learners to use independently.
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