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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Lego Bricks Must Have for Your Lego Club

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Lego Bricks Must Have for Your Lego Club by ASliceOfHomeschoolPie.com

Are you thinking of starting a Lego Club? Then below are some of the Lego bricks and accessories you will want to add to your Lego collection. The amount you'll need is dependent on how many students you have. According to Amazon, a set of 884 pieces supports about 5 students.


You will want to have three to four containers of Legos such as these:
LEGO Ultimate Building Set - 405 Pieces (6166)


LEGO Bricks & More Deluxe Brick Box #5508 (704 pieces)


LEGO Education Brick Set 779384 (884 Pieces) (According to Amazon, the set below supports a group of 5 students.)


Building plates (You can never have enough of these so make sure you have several on hand.)
LEGO Green Building Plate (10" x 10")


Students love building vehicles, so you'll want to add some wheels to your collection.
LEGO Bricks & More LEGO® Wheels 6118


LEGO Education Wheels Set 779387 (286 Pieces)



Add some minifigures. Children love these!
LEGO Education Community Minifigures Set 779348 (256 Pieces)


Although not necessary to have at first, you may later wish to add a set like the one below:
LEGO Education Doors, Windows & Roof Tiles Set 779386 (278 Pieces)


It really helps to have at least one Lego separator to take those tight Legos apart.
Lego Building Accessories Orange BRICK SEPARATOR #630

There you have it. Lego sets such as these will offer your students a lot of creative, fun moments.

Other Lego posts you may be interested in reading:

Lego Club - New York Miniland

Homeschool Lego Club and Tips on How to Start One in Your Area


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2 comments:

  1. It's good to know that Lego has already factored how many bricks can support how many kids!

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    1. Yes, it makes it easier to estimate how many Legos to get.

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