Lego Robotics Storage

Santa brought Xander Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 for Christmas this year, I think he picked it up here 😁  He was introduced to robotics in a class with our home school group.  He is also working with Lego power functions to create remote control vehicles among other things.

There are additional instructions online, and the iPad is so perfect for this:))  The kit comes with software to program your creations, Daddy (Computer Engineer/Developer) came in handy here.

Lego is the most amazing, fun learning system.

So this is what we purchased to organize and store all of his Lego Technic pieces, robotics and motor function components.  This is a pretty standard tool box you can find here.  We bought a divider bin for the bottom.  The tool caddy to the side is for Xander to carry parts and creations through the house. We are always finding small collections here and there that require easy transport.

This is a two part box with a clear divided top, that I love for visibility.  This pops off and can be carried on it's own.

The bottom bucket is large enough for motors and sensors etc.

His project caddy.

Stocked and ready to go!!!

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  1. That looks awesome!

    1. Thank you!!!! I am so glad you are back to blogging!!! Your new space and activities look wonderful!!!!

  2. Fun times are certainly going to keep coming! DJ loves his Lego Robotics, it isn't the 2.0 though. I can imagine all of the learning and fun Xander will be having.

    What a wonderful Santa:)

    Thank you for sharing.

  3. Isn't it so amazing!!! I love all of your lego posts especially the Lego architecture you have. Xander also got the Space Needle - not a much of a challenge, but he just loves the structure:))


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