In January, LEGO Education debuted two new sets, aiming to teach students new ways to understand abstract concepts in a tech-free way. When they first launched, the kits were only available on LEGO Education’s official website or through authorised sellers for those outside the US. Now, the duo is listed on LEGO.com.
These two new sets only add to the growing range and offer schooling on topics such as forces, motion and interaction, as well as providing six to 10 hours of educational content and teaching resources, including video guides, worksheets and open-ended projects. Being listed at LEGO.com means that the sets are much easier for fans outside of education careers to get their hands on, something that might be useful with many stuck at home.
The bundles are similar in contents with 45401 BricQ Motion Essential aimed at children aged six and up. Meanwhile, 45400 BricQ Motion Prime offers content for kids aged 10 and over. Both LEGO Education sets are listed for $99.99 only on the US LEGO online store, with no known release date.