Here are the last of the submissions for the first Lego Imagination Monthly contest focused on Halloween. I love the creations. I am quite impressed by the creativity and the amount of submissions. I was not sure how many would respond and for the first month we had a great turnout. Thank you so much to everyone who submitted. I will be posting a form soon to give suggestions for the theme for November as well as a voting form for your favorite Halloween creation. I
n the meantime I want to show the final creations submitted this weekend.
This is a student named Peter, a 4th grader in my class. This is his haunted graveyard.
You can see more views of the graveyard as well as the other creations
Another one of my 4th graders created some cool Halloween creations.
Remember tomorrow is the last day to submit any creations you have put together. This weekend I will be sharing them all in one post for people to vote on their favorite.
Jaden is in 4th grade. Very cool creations!
Kaitlyn, one of my awesome 4th graders has submitted the third creation in the Halloween contest.
This is one major piece of candy corn.
You still have until October 26th to turn in your Halloween creations. I have a few more already submitted and will get those uploaded soon.
Great work Kaitlyn! Remember we will be voting for the fan favorite when the time comes.
Now I am off to find some candy corn of this size.
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One of my super awesome 5th grade students brought in a picture Thursday of her submission to my Lego Imagination Monthly Challenge: Halloween.
She has crafted a great looking scene that is perfect for Halloween!
I love it!
She is the first to submit some Lego work and she has set the bar pretty high.
Anyone else ready to submit their work yet? If not, then keep working hard as you still have time.
I cannot wait to see what else is coming along the pathway to AWESOME!
Great work Kaitlyn Walter!
The Lego Building Challenge has been an awesome success with many students and teachers begging for their turn to build something with the 20 pieces. We all must be patient as it makes the rounds to the next person in line.
Thinking about all of you who so impatiently are awaiting the bag of goodies I have decided to unfold another Lego challenge. I will be bringing in some random Lego pieces to my office, but this challenge is more for anyone who already has Legos and looking for some inspiration to be creative.
Here is the rules and topic for Challenge #1
Get your Legos out, it’s time for Coffeechug’s Lego Imagination Contest Challenge #1
You have a little over one month to complete this project and send me the photo of your finished creation. Your creation needs to be just that, your OWN creation.
This must come from your own imagination. I don’t want any kits or purchased type sets for this. You can use any Lego pieces that you want, but you must design it yourself. Make it as a simple and easy as you want or as hard and complex.
Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
Remember, send your photo to me by Friday, October 26th.
I am giving a lot of time for this first challenge so word can spread.
Submit your photos of your designs to email@example.com
- Your name
- Your grade level/age
- A title if you have one for your build
If you attend BMS or any Bettendorf elementary school and you want to bring your creation in I will display them in one of the display cases.
I want this to be EPIC. LEGO EPIC.
I will begin building myself. I will need to step up my building game.
Here we go!