A few weeks ago we launched the schoolwide LEGO World Build Challenge where teachers could sign their home room to come down and build for 15 minutes. I purchases over a $100 worth of base plates so there was room to build. It was well worth the cost.
The rules are simple
1. Don’t destroy any work on the board. You may modify and enhance, but not destroy.
2. Build what you want.
You can see my first post about this challenge to see where we started.
I have taken pictures each week to document the building process from a blank canvas to space slowly filling up.
You can see the challenge now lies in the issue of taking what pieces we have left and creating something worthy. If you check the slideshow down below you see how many changes have taken place. We have had all sorts of things built and over time the ones that students don’t really dig slowly get taken over or eliminated, but not in a mean way.
Just today we had two really cool ideas develop that I will have to share at a later date.
This is a great challenge for students. They are limited on time so they must build quick and if they want their work to remain it must have a strong foundation that intrigues other classes. Each day a new wave of 15-20 students come and continue the journey. It is a great process.
And like everything else, I have big plans to make this even more epic soon!