A while back I blogged about my Lego QR Code here.
The QR code has very much, up until today, remained at the side of my classroom(s) kind of propped up against something as I never found a reliable way to put it up on display. I once tried to blue tack the Lego board/code to the wall, but inevitably it fell off and I had to create the code all over again from the scattered pieces of Lego!
Earlier this year I discovered Nimuno Loops! I saw a Twitter/Facebook post advertising their 'Lego tape' and decided to 'back' them. My Nimuno Loops tapes got delivered earlier this month and so it was time to redesign my Lego QR Code...
The strips of 'Lego tape' stick perfectly to the classroom wall and can even be peeled off and reused.
I cut the strips into the length required and then laid them out below one another, ensuring there weren't any gaps and that they were lined up.
I then, with a slight air of caution, started placing the Lego pieces onto the strips to recreate the code from the original I made a few years ago.
The strips come in all sorts of different colours and sizes, I used a combination of my blue and green strips here.
The pieces stay firmly in place and are now proudly on display above my whiteboard, as you can see below.
I'm very impressed with the results of using my new Nimuno Loops. I even have a few rolls spare to use at home to display my Lego Minifigures I've been collecting too!!
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