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Lego Robotics & Engineering Program

Lynn Public School's offers the LEGO Education Robotics & Engineering Program at each Elementary School.   This Grade 5 afterschool program spans from October to May. 

Program sessions engage students in various facets of engineering and allow them to build, code, program, and test a LEGO robot.  This program is designed to stimulate students' interests in engineering and spatial thinking and inspire them to pursue STEM education and future careers.

Research supporting LEGO Education underscores the positive impact of incorporating LEGO-based learning methodologies in educational settings. Numerous studies highlight the effectiveness of LEGO Education in promoting students' engagement, creativity, and problem-solving skills. The hands-on, interactive nature of LEGO activities fosters a dynamic learning environment that appeals to diverse learners. The tangible and playful nature of LEGO materials makes learning enjoyable and facilitates a deeper understanding of complex subjects. Overall, the body of research supporting LEGO

Education reinforces its efficacy in promoting holistic, experiential learning that resonates positively with students. This program allows our 5th graders to complete hands-on activities, using the engineering design process to complete and test fun projects, such as a puff mobile or a paper bridge. This afterschool program fosters an atmosphere of cooperation, not competition, as this is how engineers work in real life!