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- Originality: How original is this - never seen before?
- Building Techniques: How much skill do you think the creator of this MOC has, in terms of building technique?
- Details: Express how much you like the details of the build.
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It is with great pleasure that I participate in this LEGO activity.
I congratulate LEGO and its collaborators for joining this initiative unconditionally.
It will make many boys and girls in the world much happier.
I've been designing my big LEGO Christmas tree for a few years now.
I always had some difficulty making light large Christmas balls in LEGO.
So I share with the whole LEGO community, some of the elements, that I been using for more than 10 years.
As an Educator and Teacher (responsible for a LEGO MindStorms Robotics nucleus),
since 2000, I always have pedagogical goals in buildings.
I use these basic elements as a starting point in the activity.
It's not just about building, it's about building and learning.
Learn as you play.
1x Measuring ruler (20cm).
1x String (20cm).
Educational Objectives (accompanied by parents):
Develop building techniques using LEGO.
Know the solids.
Measurements and Scales.
Calculate length axis(x,y,z)((0,0,0) on the center off the model).
it's not easy as it looks...
connect the string in the interior reinforced structure of the pyramid face.
(String with end studs 21L)
Just one image...
Use 3d to rotate model...
Download CAD file...
Note: use pieces with the colors you have available, improve/create your own design, decorate the construction.