Your elementary students can gain a deeper insight into science when you use LEGO Education solutions in your classroom to create engaging, high impact lessons.

Hands-on manipulatives encourage students to get involved in science exploration by asking questions, creating argumentation, analyzing data and communicating their findings. The LEGO Education curricula cover real science practices, including: gathering evidence, planning and carrying out investigations, and designing prototypes to solve real-world problems.


Make science come to life

LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 makes elementary science come to life through hands-on tasks, real-world projects, and relevant technology that engages students.

Through project-based activities, students’ skills are enhanced across science, engineering, technology, and coding. The unique combination of the LEGO brick, classroom-friendly software, and inspiring, standards-based science projects results in a resource that builds students’ confidence. Empower them to ask the right questions, define problems, and design their own solutions by putting scientific discovery in their hands.


The LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 curriculum pack is built on Next Generation Science Standards and delivers key science content to second through fourth grade students. The curriculum facilitates and supports a clear, easy-to-follow journey through subjects, including: life-, physical-, earth- and space sciences, and engineering. Features 17 projects totaling more than 40 hours of instructional content.


Machines & Mechanisms

Discover how real world science works

LEGO Education Machines & Mechanisms enables elementary science students to discover how the real world works.

With Machines & Mechanisms, teachers can ignite learning about basic mechanisms, structures, and forces and motion, and engage their students in scientific inquiry and creative engineering design. We support teachers by providing easy-to-use, age-appropriate, hands-on materials along with guided lessons that meet technology and science standards.