We’ve all stepped on these little blocks before, they have entered every cinematic franchise from comic book heroes to Star Wars. What is it? It’s lego.

Lego has ventured off towards different businesses, primarily the entertainment industry with different trademarked shows and films gazing at the cinemas today.

Lego Education, the educational and marketing subsidiary of the company, launched Spike Prime to engage robotics to kids.

“Essentially, it is a Lego kit,” Sid Muthyala, a senior concept designer for Spike Prime, told Space.com. “It’s a toolbox with a lot of Lego elements, a lot of bricks to build with. What we’re adding to the set, along with the physical tools, is the hardware.”
This is actually a great initiative by a company that’s known to be leaning towards kids fo decades.