The set that we were given was the Volcano Supply Helicopter. Harry knew what the pieces in the set would build, but I wanted him to try and come up with something different using the pieces, so I emptied them all out into a big pile and mixed them up.
After a couple of minutes for him to contemplate the different pieces, I set the timer for 15 minutes and off he went.
He knew that he wanted to make some kind of vehicle, so he started by building the wheel base from the kit, then used the pieces from the helicopter to make a cabin to go on top.
The grabber pieces inspired him to make a vehicle that could pick things up, and so he decided to make a flying machine that would go the the dump and pick out pieces that could be recycled, then transport them to the recycling centre. He knew exactly how he wanted to build it!
You can see a quick video below of him making his model and then talking about it and what it can do. He was very proud of his creation and I think it shows a lot of imagination. Since the challenge finished he has spent a lot of time refining it and adding to his model, and it was really fun for him to come up with something himself rather than building the kit in the usual way.
Here he is, very proud of what he built!
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We were provided with a Lego set and a timer so that we could take part in the challenge.