Students at this stage will get excited to be able to express their unique wild imagination, becoming lost in the process.
As students put the blocks together and think about how they want to make their robots, they will start to be able to mentally visualise things in three dimensions. It is said that this ability is something that can only be cultivated when young.
ability to conceptualise
The act of working with blocks, going through trial and error and thinking makes it easier to come up with new ideas and enhance the imagination.
mechanics & motor skills
Children can learn how the dynamics between gears and motors work, and gain scientific knowledge like the “principle of leverage” and “friction” through personally experiencing building robots.