SES LEGO League team creates their very own “State Fair”


SES LEGO League team creates their very own “State Fair”

February 15, 2024

The Sanfordville Elementary School LEGO League team has been working on coding and building in their class with Danielle Cancel and Casey Besimer. At the completion of their project, which ended the week of February 12th, students presented their project to Principal Johnna Maraia and Associate Principal Timothy Ferraro to demonstrate their work and speak about the process. 

The Lego League, which is composed of third and fourth graders, have been working on their project since October. The project, called “State Fair,” helped students develop their collaboration, problem-solving and teamwork skills as they went through the building process. 

State Fair, consisted of a Ferris wheel, skate park, movie theater, museum, racetrack, zoo, zip line, rock wall, and a theater. Not only did they assemble the  different parts, they also learned how motors function and the motors made different parts of the project, like the Ferris wheel, move. 

In order to code their LEGOS, the LEGO League team used the software program, “LEGO We Do,” which allowed them to program different pieces of their project and decide whether those pieces moved up and down or spun around in a circle. 

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