Imagine a city where transportation is only by scooter or slides coming off all the buildings. These innovative solutions were some of the many ways that kids channeled their creativity in Duffield Atrium on Saturday while at the 14th annual For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Lego exposition. In teams of two to six, kids ages six to 10 were given two baseplates and assigned to create a Lego metropolis with the goal of developing a city that reflects principles of accessibility and sustainability. In order to complete this Lego city-building task, students met with professionals in these areas to learn more about design topics. From there, they went with their own ideas on how to make their “Boomtown” match the criteria.
CNF LEGO Expo 2020!