Fourth-graders bring LEGOs to life at The Lane School
HINSDALE — When the LEGO company first started in the 1930s, its toys weren't made with the popular connector blocks that are used today.
One of the first toys LEGO actually made was a solid wooden duck, and since then, the company has evolved into creating products that local fourth-graders at The Lane School are now bringing to life.
Eight years ago, Media Resource Center Director Stephanie Stieglitz started the LEGO Robotics Club at The Lane School, where students didn't just play with and assemble LEGOs — they learned about programming and technology.
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