LEGO® Education teamed up with NASA to bring students and teachers an out-of-this-world STEAM Learning series! Build to Launch explores the technology, STEAM concepts, and careers behind the Artemis I mission to the Moon. 🚀
Join the all-new LEGO® Space Team and their Artemis I Team counterparts for a 10-week interactive digital learning adventure. In each episode, students will find themselves in the shoes of NASA engineers, scientists, and-of course-astronauts. Through open-ended lessons, students will get hands-on experience and solve the same problems the Artemis I Team faces
LEGO Space Team Cards Printing Instructions
Printer-Ready Engineering Design Notebook
Engineering Design Notebook
Celebrate your innovative thinkers by sharing their work with LEGO® Education here on the community or by using #BuildtoLaunch on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. We want to see the amazing builds, drawings and creations from your students. You can even spot some student builds in the Build to Launch episodes for inspiration.
Selected work may be re-shared on the LEGO Education social channels, highlighted in the LEGO Education community #BuildtoLaunch Mission Control page. If chosen, LEGO Education will reach out directly with instructions for completing a release form required for any images or videos containing people (adults and/or children).
Kate and Kyle are going to space! As part of the #BuildtoLaunch series with @NASA, the minifigures will travel on the uncrewed @NASAArtemis I mission in 2022! #NASA #STEAMDay #LEGOEducation #Artemis #STEMDay @NASASTEM pic.twitter.com/DtgYGwTzgp— LEGO Education (@LEGO_Education) November 8, 2021
"How do I know I can't build it if I haven't tried?" @BrownStemGirl spoke to Cecilia Qvist at @asugsvsummit about how the power of free building has inspired her journey from 'From @LEGO_Group to @NASA! Watch the full discussion here 👉 https://t.co/Ogb4DUgwfd #STEM pic.twitter.com/ka5KvHZRYM— LEGO Ventures (@LEGO_Ventures) August 19, 2021
Even though our @NASAArtemis I mission will be uncrewed, several important passengers will be aboard.— NASA (@NASA) November 8, 2021
As a part of our #BuildToLaunch series with @LEGO_Education and @NASASTEM, four LEGO minifigures will be heading to the Moon. 🚀 https://t.co/DyinN8KhqC pic.twitter.com/Nv0cMmkVzS
So excited to bring @LEGO_Education into our classrooms for our robotics unit and use the #BuildtoLaunch series to learn all about what @NASA is doing with the @NASAArtemis missions! Ss will program their driving bases to move autonomously on the lunar surface! #mymisd #misdgt pic.twitter.com/QLYNIJcqjG— Daniel Buhrow (@Mr_Beeze) September 21, 2021
What a treat to meet Cecilia Qvist, Head of @LEGO_Ventures & the remarkable @BrownStemGirl @asugsvsummit— Paulette Donnellon (@sdpaulette) August 11, 2021
She's 12 & attending @ASU!
Brilliant, humble &...
From LEGO building to NASA
She's on a mission to inspire girls in STEM!
She's got this!#asugsvsummit pic.twitter.com/pizQnMwfbc
🚀 Sept 14th, #BuildtoLaunch A mission to spark discussion and get students thinking about #STEAM and careers behind the #Artemis I mission. Teacher Guide👇 https://t.co/hVnaZJWFLn #LEGO #legomastereducators pic.twitter.com/g9EUBuNE1Y— Ali Schilpp (@AliSchilpp) July 27, 2021
There were some familiar faces on @TODAYshow this morning when @KerryNBC interviewed our very own Kate and Kyle about their trip into space with @NASAArtemis! Also featured were a teacher and some students from Berkeley Township Elementary who have joined us as we #buildtolaunch! https://t.co/8kPyNz8UFa— LEGO Education (@LEGO_Education) November 12, 2021