left 
right 
front 
back 
Project 3: Building with verbal
feed back.
Do the same as above but this time only the person whose turn
it is to pick, place, and describe gets to talk.
No questions. No feed back.
After all the pieces are placed look at each other's objects and
see how many pieces are in the same places.
Project 4: Place a wheel vertically on the 2 by 4 block and
knock it by turning the round brick.
Measure the distance it traveled away from the starting spot before
stopping.
Repeat for a total of 7 times. Find the average distance.
Plot all the averages for each person in the class.
Which distance was the most frequent? What was the average
for the class?
Project 5: Estimate how many studs (the bumps on top of the
LEGO bricks, beams, and plates).
How many were there actually?
To build horizontally to vertically it takes two plates between to
beams to match up the holes.
How many plates high is a beam?
See examples at http://www.marshall.edu/LEGO/dc/14May01MysteryW/MysteryObjectWDC.html
http://www.marshall.edu/LEGO/VOB0708/08Oct07/08Oct07.html
