20 Simple Projects for Beginning Lego Builders - Frugal Fun For Boys

20 Simple Projects for Beginning Lego Builders

Tortoise Receives LEGO Wheel Prosthetic After Its Leg Was Amputated.  This is such a great story to share with boys.  To think that Schildi, an abandoned pet tortoise, is able to walk again due to a #LEGO base block, superglue and a wheel.

Turtle Receives LEGO Wheel Prosthetic After Its Leg Was Amputated

Tortoise Receives LEGO Wheel Prosthetic After Its Leg Was Amputated. This is such a great story to share with boys. To think that Schildi, an abandoned pet tortoise, is able to walk again due to a #LEGO base block, superglue and a wheel.

Two photographs: A finished LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robot with two larger-sized wheels installed. The two LEGO wheels used in this activity with 8.25 cm and 5.5 cm diameters.

Two photographs: A finished LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robot with two larger-sized wheels installed. The two LEGO wheels used in this activity with 8.25 cm and 5.5 cm diameters.

LEGO Wheels Set

LEGO Wheels Set

Invite your kids to make wheels from bricks! It can lead to excellent intro to approximation in 3D modeling, or integration in calculus. Invent your own methods, and check out the Unofficial FREE Brick-Built LEGO Wheels Book. More ideas for #MathMakers at http://www.naturalmath.com/category/make/

Invite your kids to make wheels from bricks! It can lead to excellent intro to approximation in 3D modeling, or integration in calculus. Invent your own methods, and check out the Unofficial FREE Brick-Built LEGO Wheels Book. More ideas for #MathMakers at http://www.naturalmath.com/category/make/

A tiny tortoise called Blade has been fitted with a set of Lego wheels after losing the use of his legs. The poor little chap, who lives in Germany, was taken to the vet after his owner Iris Peste noticed he was finding it hard to get around. Luckily the vet in question was Dr Carsten Plischke, who came up with the ingenious idea of attaching some Lego wheels to the underside of Blade’s shell.

A tiny tortoise called Blade has been fitted with a set of Lego wheels after losing the use of his legs. The poor little chap, who lives in Germany, was taken to the vet after his owner Iris Peste noticed he was finding it hard to get around. Luckily the vet in question was Dr Carsten Plischke, who came up with the ingenious idea of attaching some Lego wheels to the underside of Blade’s shell.

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