While kids build the latest LEGO sets, they can also build their STEAM skills!

LEGO Education is launching two new classroom sets designed to help students experiment with forces, motion, and engineering with science– and sports-themed builds.

Designed for kids ages 6 and up, the LEGO Education BricQ Motion Essential set includes 523 LEGO bricks (including replacement elements) and two curriculum units: “Train to Win” for lower primary students and “Winning with Science” for upper primary students. The LEGO Education BricQ Motion Prime set is recommended for kids ages 10 and up, includes 562 LEGO Technic and brick elements (including replacement elements), and covers a “Science of Sports” curriculum unit. Each unit plan features 6-10 hours of educational content and teaching resources.

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Both sets are available now in the U.S. for $99.95 each or as part of a Hybrid Learning Classroom Starter Pack that includes supplementary personal learning kits. The starter pack is designed for use in classrooms and remote learning environments to help reinforce STEAM concepts. The BricQ Motion sets also feature new elements to teach students how to easily gather data — such as variables, angles, heights, and lengths — to make visual math more creative and fun.

Visit legoeducation.com/bricq-motion for more information.

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