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The wheels’ trophy

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Alejandro, 9 years old, thinks he's a good programmer and Daniel, 9 years old too, thinks he's very agile, so that are the reasons to win this trophy. They have used two pulleys to move the constuction and they have had a lot of fun.

 

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2 Comments

  1. jennygarlick

    Well done boys..what a great trophy. I really like how you have used 2 sets of pulleys to rotate the lego pieces. It looks like you had lots of fun whilst you were filming and that is great. Thanks for sharing your work.

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