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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Inspired by European history, Renascence kids build windmills with Legos!

Outside the Box – Christy Johnson

Bonjour! Guten Tag! Ciao! This week the students at Renascence School International’s “40 Days Around the World” summer camp are learning about the different parts of Europe. What better way to start the week than by assembling Lego parts to build a windmill? Our students experienced the beauty of Holland’s famous windmills by learning the history of how and why windmills were built. Windmills were originally built for milling grain for food production, but have been adapted to many other industrial uses. In our Bricks For Kids activity class, our kinetic learners gain knowledge through building a windmill using Lego parts. As you can observe from the pictures, our little aspiring engineers are so eager to learn and play. We hope they have just as much fun when exploring next week’s new country. Until next time! Au revoir!

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