LEGO in Schools

The benefits of LEGO education in schools are undeniable, proven both through studies and anecdotally – it is seen as a way to boost kids’ communication skills, improve problem solving, facilitate emotional growth, inspire creativity and develop fine motor skills. But it wasn’t until we added bulk school packs to our offering and started receiving feedback from teachers, chaplains and, most importantly, students, that we really understood the power of LEGO bricks in the classroom.


Benefits of Using LEGO in the Classroom

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Teamwork and Social Skills

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Communication and Language skills

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Problem solving, Mathematics and Spatial Awareness

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Creativity and Experimentation

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Physical Development

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Perseverance and Management of Frustrations

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Self-Confidence

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Lowering Anxiety and Stress

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Patience

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Focus and Concentration

What they say

 Buy in bulk, or find your fit


Knowing that no two schools, classrooms or extracurricular groups are alike, we offer the option to tailor your LEGO pack to your needs. Find out how we can help you customise your LEGO pack by sending an email to judy@brickresales.com.au, or shop one of our bulk LEGO packs by clicking below.

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