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This LEGO tape turns anything into a LEGO-friendly surface
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Origami Applied to Physics & Engineering
Robert Lang is a physicist who worked at NASA studying lasers and has 46 patents on optoelectronics to his name. However, that's not what he's best known for now: he's a legend in the world of origami. His intricate designs are second to none, and they actually have applications back in engineering.
Raise the curtains, Julie Andrews is here! Join Julie as she introduces kids to the magical world of the performing arts. Julie's Greenroom is now streaming, only on Netflix.
"Most kids didn't even attend kindergarten, it wasn't considered a proper year of schooling."
Children should learn mainly through play until age of eight, LEGO says
"The 29-year-old Lego Foundation, generously funded with a quarter of Lego’s post-tax profits, is beginning to flex its muscles. Where once it quietly dished out cash – and bricks – to lots of small projects, it has set its sights on campaigning for a mindset change in education around the world. “Our contribution to the world is to challenge the status quo by redefining play and reimagining learning,” says the foundation’s mission statement."
The Preschool Engineer's Definitive Guide to TRUCKS
Before I had a son I called all working machines “trucks.” Alongside my toddler I have learned more about trucks than I ever would have guessed. We have read books (good, bad, and ugly). We have memorized lyrics to songs. We have played with (and, if possible, broken) what seems like every toy truck available.
According to Harvard Psychologists: Parents Who Raise "Good" Kids Do These Five Things
Five things, each with a "Practically speaking" section of tips for implementing.