Does your child love LEGO®?
My son and daughter both love LEGO® and even though they are at different ages (7 and 4) they each have unique ways of playing with their collection.
I found this year that offering LEGO® inspired activities to my son increased his participation in whatever learning unit I was attempting. Using a child’s passion is a great way to keep interest in learning. Keep it fun!
INTRODUCING my newest book called Learning with LEGO®. Myself and 5 other talented bloggers collaborated to bring this book together to share many diverse activities, starting with the basics like learning colors and counting, all the way up to engineering and other STEM topics.
The Unofficial Guide to Learning with LEGO® brings you tons of awesome, LEGO®-based ideas to work on every aspect of education and development. Starting with the basics like learning colors and counting, all the way up to engineering and other STEM topics – we cover it all.
What people are saying:
“As an early childhood educator, I love this book! My students love Legos, so to be able to use them as learning tools is a plus!” Sheryl, Early Childhood Educator
“This book is full of fabulously fun ideas to use Lego bricks in a new way. I love the well thought out ideas and the ways each idea can be adapted to suit your own needs. My Lego loving kids are going to love this!” Sara, a very happy mom
“This bright, creative, and colorful resource is full of awesome ideas for LEGO lovers! My kids loved paging through and picking out which idea we would try next and I loved all of the great opportunities for learning. I can also see this being a great resource for me as a pediatric occupational therapist – lots of fine motor fun to be had with these great activities!” Claire Pediatric Occupational Therapist
A sneak peak inside!
My son is also very pleased with this book!
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