Keeping it Real with Wood Building Block Toys

Two architecture researchers from Victoria University say to keep it basic with building blocks when it comes to teaching engineering.

New-generation plastic toys, such as Lego and K'nex, are made to clip together, letting children build things that should not logically be able to stand up.

"This means children are missing out on learning about structure, which is the foundation of architecture," Prof Vale said.

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We could not agree more!

Happy Building!

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