Kits are available, free of charge, to the first 10,000 new, registered, and qualified contestants. Home schoolers count too!
Do your students understand key science, technology, engineering, and math concepts – not just on paper, but through demonstration?
Now through July 2010, LEGO® Education is searching for 10,000 new contestants for the 2010 LEGO® SmartTM Creativity Contest, challenging classrooms across the United States to become LEGO Smart!
Teachers, home educators, after-school program directors, and others working with students (K-12) within the education field are eligible to compete in this year’s challenge! Previous contestants are also eligible.
The 2010 LEGO Smart Creativity Contest requires the use of a LEGO Smart Kit, available free of charge to the first 10,000 new, registered, and qualified contestants.
All contestants, new and previous, must complete the online preregistration form available at Lego Education.
After a contestant’s preregistration has been received, an email notification will be sent regarding his or her contest status.
The 2010 LEGO Smart Creativity Contest challenge, including prize information and contest rules, will be e-mailed to all qualified contestants on Monday, August 2, 2010.