These works were done in private lessons. I work one on one or with a small group of students.
Soldier Field by Maxwell (age 6)
Judo by Paul (age 11)
Carcassone by George (age 12)
Enterprise by Quinn (age 12)
Creeper by Alex (age 6)
Hockey Rink by Maxwell (age 6)
One weekend afternoon, I was looking for something to do with our three year old in the house. We went to the Lego room, "What do you want to build?", "A spaceship!" Elliot answered, "An E-Wing!" We were a couple of years too late for the great FBTB starfighter letter contest, but we got right to work anyway.
During the build I developed our own set of self imposed RULES:
1. Obviously, the ship has to be in the shape of the letter
2. It must be strong enough for a three year old to play with it without breaking (this includes a cockpit that can open)
3. The primary color and cockpit location are chosen by Elliot
4. Any piece Elliot finds (that matches the color scheme) MUST be incorporated into the build
5. What Elliot says, goes. So if he wants a play feature or design element, I HAVE TO find a way to make it happen
One hour later, the E-Wing became the first in a growing fleet that now sits on display (and are used to play) in Elliot's room. I created the design, but Elliot helped put a lot of the pieces together when I showed him where they went.