The LEGO Education Spike Prime contains 523 bricks and parts and collection is for ages ten and up. The kit will begin shipping in August 2019 for $329.95, also contains everything needed to start lessons in the classroom.
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Aimed at grade 6-8 students, the app includes lessons aligned with existing criteria that are educational, and many of them can be completed in a session. LEGO claims that makes it effortless to incorporate Spike to the classroom.
LEGO has unveiled its most recent construction system directed at classrooms. The brand new building kit is named LEGO Education SPIKE Prime, and it is a hands-on learning approach for the classroom directed at STEM education. The Spike app is used for programming robotic creations that students utilizes the SCRATCH coding language and make with the kit.