Do you have a LEGO® fan in the house? I do. And we love LEGO® kits. The kits are amazing, but I’m always looking for new ways to use bricks that we already have. Like do a bit of learning with our building sessions. The good news is that I just found a bunch of LEGO® activities that you need to have for your brick loving kiddo. Over a hundred of them, to be exact. All that work with the bricks you have, not expensive new kits. This post contains affiliate links.
100+ LEGO® Learning Activities for Kids
A few of my STE(A)M blogging besties put their LEGO minds together and just launched the coolest book: The Unofficial Guide to Learning with LEGO. It’s packed with the over a hundred hands-on learning activities for kids. I got a sneak peek copy and my daughter and I dug right in. First came the ring toss that became an elaborate carnival with money math. Next some measuring and counting. The pendulum painting contraption is being built as we speak.
There were so many options of stuff to do, I just left it up to her to pick. And then our summer vacation week was planned. Here are a few of the fun projects they can try.
I’m pretty sure that many of you love to build or have kiddos and students that love to build. Otherwise you probably wouldn’t be following a STE(A)M blog like Left Brain Craft Brain :) So I thought I’d share all about The Unofficial Guide to Learning with LEGO…
Learning with LEGO Activities Launch Special
Pick up a copy of the book this week (7/5/16 – 7/12/16) and you’ll get a special launch price AND an extra 100 free printables like math challenge cards, LEGO® mini-figure emotions and Bingo.
LEGO® Science, Who Knew?
Everyone knows that LEGO® bricks make great engineering toys. But did you know that you can do science with them? Learn about bugs, explore physics, create some wind power, do a few reactions. There are so many amazing ways to use the bricks outside of your typical build.
Want a sneak peek inside? Check out this video.
Buy it Now for Instant Download
Need activities RIGHT NOW? You can get the book RIGHT NOW. And be flipping through it with the kids in minutes. For $11.95 ($14.95 after 7/12/16) you can have the eBook version. And your summer vacation week can be planned too.
Or maybe you’re more of real book person (I get it, I am.) Then you can pick it up at Amazon for $24.95. If you get it through Amazon, be sure to email one of the authors, Nicolette, a screen shot of your order and she’ll send you your 100 free printables. (Send your email to nicci @ learnandplaywithbricks.com.) You can do the same with your Kindle order ($14.95), too.
Let’s make this a summer of LEGO® learning fun!!
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