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Bedford Master Builders

We are pleased to announce that the NH LEGO League will be offering a six session Master Builder’s program in Bedford on Wednesdays starting in October.  All times will be from 3-4:45pm

Dates are as follows*
Oct. 21st, Oct. 28th, Nov. 18th, Dec. 2nd, Dec. 9th, and Dec. 16th.
*Please note that due to other events in Bedford and holidays the dates are not consecutive.

The focus of the program is to teach LEGO building skills and techniques while offering a fun and creative environment for kids ages 6-14 to show off their imagination and ideas.  At the end of each day the kids will share what they have worked on providing a focus on developing and improving communication skills and teamwork. To improve the learning and fun for each child the class will be limited to just 12 kids**. We provide all the LEGO bricks and building supplies needed all you need to bring is the creativity and energy to have a lot of fun.

The cost for the session is $99.00
**Class will be limited to just 12 students, and is based on first come first served

What is Included:
*  Six sessions will be held at Bedford Town Hall.
* All LEGO Bricks and supplies are provided by the NH LEGO League Master Builders program.
* We provide creative and innovative challenges to develop building skills and spark imagination.
* Building tips and notes to improve building at home.
* Each student will receive a Master Builder tile and graduation certificate at the end of the session and earn a rank as a NH LEGO League Master Builder.

 

Click here to register for LEGO Master Builders

 

INTRO TO ROBOTICS

We are pleased to announce that the NH LEGO League will be offering a six session "Intro to Robotics" program in Bedford on Wednesdays starting in October.  All times will be from 5:30-7:15pm

Dates are as follows*
Oct. 21st, Oct. 28th, Nov. 18th, Dec. 2nd, Dec. 9th, and Dec. 16th.
*Please note that due to other events in Bedford and holidays the dates are not consecutive.

LEGO robotics is a fun and exciting way to learn how machines work.  The program will use LEGO robotic equipment and LEGO Technics to teach skills such as programming, mechanical engineering, problem solving, teamwork, documentation, and much more.  Students will work in teams of two to solve a series of missions based on FIRST LEGO LEAGUE Design.  To improve the learning and fun for each child the class will be limited to just 12 kids**. We provide all the LEGO robotics equipment, laptops, and materials needed, all you need to bring is the creativity and desire to run a robot.

The cost for the six week session is $125.00
**Class will be limited to just 12 students ages 9-14, and is based on first come first served

What is Included:
* Six sessions will be held at Bedford Town Hall.
* All LEGO Robotics equipment and laptops are provided.
* We provide challenging missions and tools for documenting the missions and projects
* Strategies to take what you learned home or to your very own FIRST LEGO Team.

The class will be taught by Dan Hughes who is the founder of the NH LEGO League, and is the head coach of the 2014/2015 NH FLL programming  state champion Kings of Konstruction Team #55.

 

Click here to register for Intro to Robotics

 

 

 

 

Master Builders Program to Begin at Nottingham West School

nottingham elementary school logoThe New Hampshire LEGO League is pleased to announce that they will begin a Master Builders program at Nottingham West School in Hudson, NH as part of their Spring Enrichment program. Students at the school will have the opportunity to participate in several NH LEGO League building challenges. Students grades 2-5 will be working on a new challenge each week to help them develop creative, social, and design engineering skills. In addition we will also be offering an evening program from 5:30pm-7:00pm for students as well. If your children attend Nottingham West School check your enrichment enrollment form or contact the school directly to register for the program. Please note space is extremely limited so don't delay.

Since 2009 the NH LEGO League has been working with children across NH using the fun of LEGO bricks to develop social skills and STEM education. If you would like to bring the NH LEGO League Master Builder programs to your school please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for more information.

Master Builders Take On Micro Building For the First Time

2013 Master Builders Meeting227Last week our NH LEGO League Master Builders took on the challenge of LEGO micro building. Micro building is the concept of taking a large structure or design and creating a scale model of it with as much detail as possible. It can take years to master the skill; our kids only had a couple of hours.

From Star Wars ships to trains, we saw a little of everything. The kids really worked hard to develop some great ideas and embrace the challenge. In the end it was decided by most that bigger is better so this week I think we will see larger than life foods as we take on the LEGO brick restaurant challenge.

Check out these great photos from the micro build challenge

 

2013 Winter Session Master Builders Recognized

2013 winter Master BuildersRecently the NH LEGO League held its graduation ceremony to recognize its 2013 winter session Master Builders. Eighteen students from across the state travelled to Goffstown for eight weeks to participate in building challenges from “Structures and Buildings” to “Cartoon Characters”. “These kids work really hard on these challenges. They are proud of what they build, and really enjoy seeing what the other kids in the group build each week.” states Dan Hughes Founder of the NH LEGO League.

Included in the Master Builders graduation were Anthony Chalbeck and Eric Robidoux who both earned 8th degree Master Builder status. To become a NH LEGO League Master Builder, students in the program must complete a series of challenges in an eight week period; they must also show improvement over previous sessions, be fun, and positive towards other members. “These are two outstanding young men and without a doubt deserve to our highest honor ever awarded.” Commented Hughes.

 

Check out the 2013 Winter Master Builders "Year in Review" video here

 

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