How to Build a Lego Robot.?

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1. Gather Legos together, if you haven't done anything with Legos in a while visit the store and buy a new set of basic Legos. Look for the Legos especially built for robot construction as it may come with some accessories to aide in your robot
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How to Make a Lego Robot
If there’s a toy one cannot forget, it’s Lego--those little multi-colored bricks that have enthralled millions of children and adults for decades. This classic toy doesn’t just entertain but also stimulates creative thinking while... More »
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