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#LEGOHack 3 loved by LEGO

Whilst training LEGO in LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® in Switzerland we were delighted to introduce them to a new way of connecting bricks with one of our LEGOHacks. It was a little unexpected on our part, but a great moment to share learning and build the participants repertoire.

What was it we shared?

It was our Join Thin-End plates hack

Connect a plate to a studded block by mounting it in between the studs.

Vincent Doyle (course participant) said: "I've worked at Lego for two years and I never knew you could connect bricks in that way!"

Our favourite uses include impromptu walls, diving boards or even a sail. What might you use it for?

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