Legos help Conn. 4th-graders tell U.S. history

07/10/2014 | WVIT-TV (Hartford, Conn.)

Fourth-graders in a Connecticut school are participating in a three-year pilot program in which they use Lego blocks to depict U.S. history. They build models with the blocks as they learn about notable events and figures, such as astronaut Neil Armstrong, and then write essays. "In my ten years teaching, I've never seen as much excitement to write as I have this year," teacher Andrew Duperre said.

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