Several weeks ago thirty-seven students from the Fred C. Underhill School in conjunction with the NH LEGO League began the working towards their Master Builders certification. Each student had to complete several challenges to earn their certification. Working both individually and in groups the students recently completed the challenges successfully and joined over 100 students around the state in earning a master builders certificate. “The kids
We are pleased to announce that the NH LEGO league has entered into a partnership with the SYC to provide our NH LEGO League Master Builders program to students in Somersworth. On April 10th, 2014 students from Idelhurst Elementary School began taking on the NH LEGO League Master Builders Challenge. “We are excited to be part of the Somersworth community. Working with these kids for the last few weeks we see just how gifted and creative they can be.” remarked Daniel Hughes founder of the NH LEGO League.
Camp can be a lot of fun, but when you add LEGO bricks to the mix, it can take it to a whole new level. Twelve wonderful boys and girls took on our LEGO brick building challenge last week in Goffstown, NH.
The kids some who came from as far away as Pelham worked on spaceships, LEGO sets, custom cars, and creative free-builds where we saw some the most creative Minecraft builds and micro builds ever created.
The cost to design and develop a top performing NASCAR stock car or Indy Racing Car can run into the millions. Luckily for the students of Windham Center School a LEGO Gravity car cost significantly less. Recently the NH LEGO League hosted the WIND-TONA 500 racing event for about 30 students at the school.
Building with LEGO bricks can open a world of possibilities for a creative mind. The ability to build anything from a pile of squares and rectangles in any color imaginable can lead to the construction of just about anything. Twelve students at Milton Elementary School took on this challenge and showed just how inventive and created they can be.