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.
You can see more views of the graveyard as well as the other creations
The next entry in the LEGO Halloween Challenge.
This comes from another student of mine, Sophie. She is in 4th grade and is 9 years old
She has titled this
And I love it! Very clever way to creating a pumpkin. I love the abstract feel that this creates.
About two weeks left to get your submissions entered to the challenge. Great job everyone!
This picture reminds me that my family needs to go get pumpkins!
Here is the next entry for the Halloween Challenge! I am so excited to have so many entries coming in.
Justin is one of my 5th grade students and like my previous students is also awesome. He shared a few pictures so we could be sure to see everything.
This is another great creation! Great work Justin.
Remember there is still plenty of time to submit your work! This open to everyone and anyone who wants to build. Check the tab at the top of the blog to learn more!
Keep them coming you crazy LEGO fans.
Here is the next creation submitted to me by another awesome student. Stephanie like a few others is 9 years old and used what parts she had to make a zombie.
Well done Stephanie and your work will be shared and voted on soon!
Check the tab at the top of blog to find out more information if interested.
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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The second addition to the contest has been added.
Thank Logan for your build and taking time to send me a picture.
Logan shared this with me: “Hope you like it or at least don’t hate it. I spent like 10 whole minutes on it. I am subscribed to you on YouTube ‘cause your channel is awesome.”
Logan, I don’t hate it! I do like it and for 10 minutes this is a good build. Thanks for participating. You are now entered to win my small Lego prize!
Who will be next?
Check the tab up top to see the other entry.
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!
Just received two new creations from the 20 Piece Lego Challenge that we have going on right now in my school. The pieces were in the hands of another teacher, Mr. Hernandez and he just blew the top off bottle of creativity!
His first is a duck creation. Different from the others and another solid performance. However, he did not stop there and came up with this design:
I like this. This is good work right here! The bag is being sent out and we will see what is created next.
Have a great weekend and don’t forget about the Halloween building challenge.
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