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Get the most value out of your LEGO sets | LEGO Alternate Builds

Get the most value out of your LEGO sets | LEGO Alternate Builds

Build and rebuild your existing LEGO set(s) to get the most bang for your buck! Transform your LEGO set(s) into a brand new toy.

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LEGO Tensegrity | Explained with Instructions

LEGO Tensegrity | Explained with Instructions

Can LEGO bricks actually defy gravity? LEGO Tensegrity builds put your favourite building bricks to the test!   What does Tensegrity mean? The term was coined in the 1960s by architect/inventor Buckminster Fuller as a portmanteau of Tensional Integrity. Tensional Integrity is a physics principle whereby objects push and pull against each other thus creating opposing forces which causes an object to be held in place. You can find applications of this cool principle in structures around you like bridges, towers, and even on a NASA robot!   How does it apply to LEGO bricks? In its simplest form, LEGO fans...

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Weekend Fun - Singapore BrickFest Virtual Exhibition

Weekend Fun - Singapore BrickFest Virtual Exhibition

2020 was supposed to mark the first ever official LEGO Singapore BrickFest, an interactive event and exhibition for LEGO fans of all ages similar to those seen in other location in the region like South Korea. For everyone's safety Singapore BrickFest has been postponed until 2021 so, for everyone who hasn't seen it, here's a flashback to the initial pre-show exhibition that was held at Tampines Hub before Circuit Breaker. Enjoy the colourful display of LEGO My-Own-Creations from all over! A large yet simple funland display was setup by local Recognized LEGO User Group - Titans Creation www.facebook.com/groups/TitansCreations/     The...

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LEGO Camp Activities - Art

LEGO Camp Activities - Art

Do you have a budding artist in the house?  Looking for some different mediums to work in or genres to work with?  Or something new to inspire them. At the most basic level, for the toddlers, large LEGO bricks are great for printing projects.  All you need is some poster paint or ink stamps, paper and different shaped bricks.  If your children are very young (under 6) just let them print as they want and chat with them about shapes and colours.  With slightly older kids you can give them art challenges to re-create different images via LEGO printing/stamping.  ...

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LEGO Camp - Next level coding

LEGO Camp - Next level coding

Learn a new skill this month - Exclusive offer  Coding and Robotics with LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime set & On-line Course Create cool robots and learn engineering, design and scratch programming15 hours of on-line learning with 10 awesome projects to completeIdeal for children aged 9+ The LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime Set is the go-to STEAM learning tool. Combining colorful LEGO building elements, easy-to-use hardware, and an intuitive drag-and-drop coding language based on Scratch, SPIKE Prime continuously engages children through playful learning activities, teaching critical thinking and problem solving. From easy-entry projects to limitless creative design possibilities, SPIKE Prime teaches the essential STEAM and 21st...

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