Lego bricks are building blocks for our imagination. Let’s get down to basics in Tinkercad and make our own bricks in a size and shape we choose for even more creative freedom! We’ll make a first brick with studs, use the grouping tool to combine our shapes into a Lego, and then align our bricks with the ruler tool just like engineers do. We need lots of Legos so we’ll practice duplicating and automatically spacing studs for engineering–and playful–precision! We’ll also learn about point of view and comparing and contrasting different bricks that we’ve made. A Lego brick can take many shapes and forms, so once we finish a first draft of our bricks, we’ll go back and make changes that make them even better. Being a reVISIONeer means we’re always improving!
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