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  • "
    Fnagster wrote:
    It's very good that such young children can construct a Lego town but I honestly cannot understand how this is news?

    On a positive note I have just made a rocket ship from a cardboard box, a cereal packet and some sticky back plastic!
    its called teaching /learning/constructi
    ve working with each other....i went to same school in early 60's...and it was brill.....i suggest you get on your rocket and *********** !!"
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Kids go to town with Lego

Pupils from Monkwick Infants School create their own Lego town.

Pupils from Monkwick Infants School create their own Lego town.

First published in News Gazette: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

YOUNGSTERS built their own city from Lego during an activity morning.

Sonic Town was created by pupils at Monkwick Infant School as part of ongoing project about buildings and geography this term.

After a session on how to build strong foundations from Sheila Wood of the Young Town Planners’ Experience the children, aged between five and six, each made their own house.

Then the group of 60-strong pupils joined forces to create a town complete with gardens and fences.

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