Register today for your FREE LEGO® City Arctic Resources PLUS
WIN £3,000 towards STEAM funding & Explorer Paul Rose visit to your school
We are delighted to offer your school FREE LEGO® City Arctic Expedition Maps! Developed jointly by National Geographic Kids and LEGO® City these stunning A1 size (folded to A5) maps are packed full of fun activities and facts for your pupils. There is also the chance to win fabulous prizes for both your school and pupils!
The LEGO® City Arctic Expedition Maps help children learn interesting facts about the Arctic and encourage them to try out fun role play missions such as building a LEGO® base camp while wearing mittens or a pair of socks over their hands – to simulate life in the Arctic!
The activity also includes a competition for your pupils to win fantastic prizes for themselves and the school, see below for details of what your school could win!
Register now to receive the free maps to be distributed to your KS1 (4–7 year old) pupils along with one free mini build LEGO® City Arctic set per class. There is no obligation to accept future resources. The items will be delivered to your school in the week commencing 17 September 2018.
Registration for the LEGO City Arctic resources is now closed! However you can still register your school and we will get in touch when new resources become available.
The winning school will receive several prizes including:
- £3,000 towards STEAM funding
- A visit from Paul Rose, who is a real life explorer and former Vice President of Royal Geographical Society (click here to find out more).
- LEGO® BOOST – a special robot kit that can help children to learn how to code and a LEGO® Arctic Scout Truck that comes to life when used with LEGO® BOOST.
- A 6 month National Geographic Kids subscription for each child in the winning class.
The winning child will receive:
- The full LEGO® City Arctic Expedition range of 7 sets.
- Winning entry will also be published in National Geographic Kids Magazine!
Twenty runners up will also win one LEGO® City Arctic set for themselves and a 6 month subscription to National Geographic Kids.
To enter the competition your pupils or class will simply have to create or draw their own Arctic scene, they are welcome to include fun facts about the Arctic and use LEGO® models. There will also be helpful tips on our free primary school website Squizzes.com