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Lego aims to make learning more fun with WeDo 2.0


To be clear, WeDo 2.0 will be licensed to schools and fit into their curriculum, so you're not going to be buying one of these for your children's bedroom. It also costs around US$2,000 for the full kit, so you probably wouldn't want to anyway.

Aimed at second to fourth-grade students, WeDo 2.0 comprises a robotic kit and complementing learning materials to aid learning in a variety of subjects. For example, Mini Milo tasks students with constructing a Lego space rover while learning about the use of real-life space rovers. Another project, Drop and Rescue, requires kids to design a device to reduce the impact on humans, animals and the environment after a weather-related hazard.