LEGO® Education

Engage your students right from the start of your class

The effectiveness of hands-on learning, for example through construction, has been well documented for many years. Today, neuroscience is able to document even more precisely how physical and active involvement in experiences stimulates the brain and improves the quality of learning.

Engage your students in a 5-10 minutes activity with the LearnToLearn set at the start of your class. The LearnToLearn solution is based on the educational theory of Constructionism, which is rooted in the belief that children learn best when they experience things firsthand and within a meaningful context.
This hands-on experimentation with concrete materials will lead to deeper engagement and development of skills of the 21st century: Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving.

LearnToLearn Set & Curriculum Pack


LearnToLearn is a cost-effective classroom tool that shows educators how to effectively use LEGO® bricks across areas of the curriculum while keeping 21st Century Skills development at the forefront. It motivates, builds and improves student’s collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and communication skills. This pack contains 28 identical brick bags, each containing the 72 LEGO® bricks needed for students to complete the 15 activities included in the Curriculum Pack.

For storage boxes for this set, please refer to page 40.

Having your students engaged in a 5-10 minutes activity with LearnToLearn at the start of your class allows them to activate multiple senses and use them throughout the learning process. With increased attentiveness and higher engagement, they will achieve better understanding and retention of the concepts taught in class as they form strong mental links between their conceptual understanding and building activity.

Classroom Management

We know that using LEGO® bricks in the classroom can sometimes be a challenge. To help overcome this, we have developedseveral activities that can be used to set classroom rules when using LearnToLearn. One example could be to have your students build Mr. Learnie at the end of each LearnToLearn ssession. He is made of every brick in the set, so if your students can complete the model, you know that the sets are ready to be used for the next activity.

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