Today’s Lesson: Make a Lego Marble Maze | Education
Today’s lesson: Make a Lego marble maze
Submitted by Audra Cottrell, Program Specialist, Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Age range: Intermediate from primary to college
Use STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) skills to build a marble maze with an additional option to create code.
To create a marble maze, you can use an assortment of colored legal bricks on a green baseplate to create a path that the marble can cross. If you don’t have Lego bricks at home, you can also use dominoes, straws, or craft sticks to create a maze. Be creative and challenge yourself!
If you want to go further, write a “code” to complete the maze. Visit bit.ly/legomazecode to see an article that explains the different levels of coding that can be applied depending on your child’s age and skill level. The link also includes a free printable worksheet.