Transcript for 5th graders create a community by playing with Lego
Creativity and play, some of the most powerful ways to motivate and spark imagination in our children. So our sponsored, Lego, has challenged one group of fifth grade students asking them to use that imagination and build their vision of what a community could bring all kinds of people together. So we're going to take a look at what they came up with right now. These innovative fifth graders aren't just playing with Lego bricks, they're building their vision of a better, Kinder world. I put a man opening a door for a woman and her dog. I built a free hotel because some people just live on the sidewalk so it's a place so everyone can stay. The assignment from our sponsor Lego using natural creativity and the power of play to inspire the kids to play big. What could you put in there that makes everyone feel they belong? All happening in the bronx. A teach for America affiliated school focused on social, emotional learning and empathy. We want kids thinking how to be more inclusive. They may look abstract at first but all it takes is a little imagination. For 10-year-old Alyssa, this is a mansion where everyone including the horse is welcome. It's always okay to live with whoever you want to live with. 9-year-old Skylar is celebrating that difference with her plan for a diversity center. Diversity is important to me because a lot of people feel like they don't belong in this world so I just want to make them feel like they do. These three boys embracing the theme of community by merging their projecting into one. Right here we felt like that was a community to us. Their conception a miniature park with music and dancing. I enjoy dancing because it shows myself and who I am. It doesn't matter where you're from, how you look or like if you play bad, it doesn't matter, you have to have fun. The people in the community is not just one single, it's the whole Earth moving together. Ah, the message, incredible students here are here to talk about their creations. Good morning, everybody. All: Good morning. I wanted to feel that teacher feel. Jermiah, let's start with you. I know you built something special. Tell us about it. I built a basketball court so everybody could come together and have fun and the players on the court could show sportsmanship. I imagine you like basketball. Big fan. Who is your favorite team? I say Lakers. Okay. Julissa. You built a garden. Tell me about it. It has many plants. I love it because, you know, it's green and there's also a river, you know, like fishing and stuff like that and so it makes me really calm and can you relax. Ooh, I like that. Meditative and gives you that moment away and Jayden, yours is about play. Yep. So this community center is where people could do anything 'cause some people are lonely and excluded and in this community center you won't feel lonely and you'll be included. Ah, thank you, Jayden. Guess what, everybody, Lego is so inspired by all of these creations they are sending everyone here and your entire fifth grade class to legoland for free. Look. Grab a ticket. You guys hole on to it. Legoland New York is opening a new park. It's got 50 rides, shows and
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