Saturday, December 18, 2010

We ♥ LEGO® Art and Science

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If you aren't (yet) ready to channel Escher with your Legos or don't have plans to commission Lego Artist Nathan Sawaya to sculpt a life-size replica of yourself ...

... you'll get 'there' using your own ideas.

Lego Books and Games
Lego fans on the younger side of Lego creativity may enjoy the following books:
Lego Star Wars : the Visual Dictionary
Cool Cars & Trucks by Sean Kenney
Cool Robots by Sean Kenney
First Lego League : the Unofficial Guide by James Floyd Kelly & Jonathan Daudelin
Unofficial LEGO Builder's Guide by Allan Bedford

For PlayStation® (PS3™ flavor) fans, try the Lego Indiana Jones video games. Both are rated E, for everyone, but are generally recommended for ages 10+.

Psst... Have You Heard of FIRST LEGO® League?
Word has it that the East Hampton Rotary Club will be working to offer weekly programs for Lego enthusiasts in grades 4-8; the program series is set to begin in January 2011. The long term intention is to build an East Hampton First Lego League (FLL) team, ready to enter a team-built robot in Fall 2011's Connecticut FLL competition.

More to come on this exciting program series!

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