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Legend of the Seventh Master

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Medium (5-11 activities)

Brought to you in partnership with Warner Bros and SUPER., this new cross-curricular resource challenges students to master their inner power and become the Seventh Master of NINJAGO, just like the characters in the upcoming cinema release of The LEGO® NINJAGO® Movie on October 13, and The LEGO® NINJAGO Movie Video Game out October 6.

Inspired by Spinjitzu, the martial arts infused movements used by the characters of NINJAGO, pupils will use a gentle and dynamic sequence of motions to meet creative literacy outcomes. In-class and homework activities are grouped around the six Masters and their elements Green Energy, Water, Lightning, Fire, Earth and Ice. Each lesson and accompanying homework activity will result in a new page of their very own comic book.

This resource supports physical education (PE), English, PSHE, citizenship and art and design across Key Stage 2 (England, Northern Ireland, Wales) and Second Level (Scotland). 

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This Resource Supports

  • Art and Design
  • Citizenship
  • English
  • Literacy
  • Physical Education
  • PSHE Education

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