Lego Little Inventor Program (Ages 4-7 Years)

The RXI Lego Little Inventor Program is a groundbreaking, hands-on educational journey designed for young children aged 4 to 7 years. By integrating the timeless appeal of LEGO bricks with innovative, classroom-friendly software and curriculum-aligned projects, we ignite a passion for discovery and innovation in every young learner. Our program empowers students to explore the realm of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through a robot-based learning system, fostering curiosity and confidence in their abilities to question, analyze, and create.

Explorer, Create, Share

The Heart of Our Learning Approach

Lego serves as the cornerstone of our program, offering a multifaceted learning experience that encourages students to:


Engage with real-world problems and begin their journey of inquiry and discovery.


Design, build, and program their own robotic projects, applying critical thinking and problem-solving skills.


Showcase their projects, sharing their insights and learning outcomes with peers, promoting collaboration and communication.

Each project is structured around these three phases, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience that lasts approximately three hours per project, adaptable to the unique dynamics of each classroom.

Guided and Open Projects: Catering to Every Learning Style

Our curriculum offers a diverse range of projects to cater to different learning styles and educational needs:

Guided Projects

Provide a structured, step-by-step approach to learning, helping students gain confidence and foundational knowledge in STEM.

Open Projects

Offer flexibility and encourage creativity, allowing educators and students to tailor projects to their interests and local relevance.

Real-World Applications: Bridging Theory and Practice

Lego projects are deeply embedded in real-life contexts, such as the ``Drop and Rescue`` project, where students design solutions to mitigate the impact of natural disasters, and the ``Structure Test,`` which explores engineering concepts through the construction of earthquake-resistant buildings. These projects not only teach STEM concepts but also foster creativity, resilience, and problem-solving skills.

Meeting Educational Standards

Our program aligns with the latest educational standards, focusing on eight key science and engineering practices ranging from problem-solving and data analysis to computational thinking and communication. By engaging with these practices, students develop a robust understanding of science and engineering, preparing them for future academic and personal endeavors.

Embracing the Four Domains of Science

Our hardware encompasses learning opportunities across the physical sciences, life sciences, earth and space sciences, and the application of science in engineering and technology. Through building and programming with LEGO bricks, students gain a hands-on understanding of scientific and engineering principles, enhancing their ability to think critically and creatively.

Assessment and Computational Thinking: Integral Components of Our Program

Our comprehensive assessment tools provide feedback and insights into students' learning progress, supporting continuous improvement and deeper engagement with the material. Additionally, Computational Thinking curriculum integrates seamlessly with our projects, emphasizing the importance of coding and digital literacy in solving complex problems and understanding the world.

Join Us on a Journey of Discovery and Innovation

The RXI Lego Little Inventor Program invites young learners to embark on an unforgettable educational adventure. Through the power of LEGO Education, we aim to inspire a lifelong love of learning, creativity, and innovation. Join us as we explore the endless possibilities of the world through the eyes of our little inventors