KÖNIG donation: 4,000 euros well invested


LEGO® education sets enrich classes at the Martin Luther School in Northeim


The restart is twice as fun: Representing all students at the Martin Luther Elementary School, Tom, Leo, Lisa and Elisha are looking forward to the lessons, which have become even more creative and exciting thanks to the 34 LEGO® sets.

Headmistress Mandy Baack is also happy: "The children already worked enthusiastically with the boxes at the beginning of the year - great that we now can continue with them!"

Already at Christmas, the KÖNIG company from Moringen donated 4,000 euros, thanks to which 15 LEGO® WeDO boxes, 15 LEGO® basic learning modules and four LEGO® Spike Prime elements could be purchased. Because of the pandemic school closings, all of that was on the shelf. Now they are reintegrated into the classroom. "We are also very pleased that school operations are starting up again and the modules are now being used intensively," says KÖNIG Managing Director Oliver Rokohl. “Promoting interest in technology is just as important to us as promoting good training.

The learning concept and its implementation at school convinced us - a great investment! " The sets convey valuable skills in a playful way. Do it yourself, experiment and child-friendly programming tasks are the focus. The joy of technical and scientific topics is awakened sustainably.