We LOVE LEGO (affiliate link) in this household. We have done ever since the kiddies were really, really small. It is our go to choice for toys from them, and we adore helping them make it as well. The only toy that is as good is brick based, and mini Lego; the nanoblocks (affiliate link). They are fabulous too, but for older kids. In a homage to LEGO, we have created a little LEGO activities eBook for you all. It’ll help both at school and at home. It even has some suggestions for the kids’ builds..
The eBook contains a good number of LEGO activities for you including:
- Lego bump counting,
- Lego bump addition,
- Lego bump subtraction,
- Lego bump multiplication,
- Lego building challenges,
- Lego maze,
- Lego word search, and
- Lego Tic Tac Toe.
For some of these activities, why not dig out some of the relevant bricks from your Lego sets, and count them not just on the printables, but in real life too? It is so much easier for the kids when they have the Lego in front of them. It’ll be great fun finding the oners, twoers, fourers, etc. that you need for all the Lego activities too.
For the building challenges – why not have a bit of a competition with the kids as well? You can see if you can build something faster than them, or something that’s better. Maybe you could ask:
- Will your boat float?
- Will your car win in a race?
- Whose house fits in the most lego men?
Have a think about making the building just that little bit more exciting for them.
To get the Lego activities, just click on the square image below and it is yours!
Aside from Lego, we have a lot of other activities on the site too for you and the kids to take a look at. Some of our most popular that you might also like are:
- Pretend play finger puppets that include some amazing backdrops for you,
- Spy kids activities – get your own fingerprint kit!
- Animal habitats sorting game for the kids, to help them learn which habitat animals belong in, and
- Number tracing and shape tracing eBooks for the kids.
These Lego activities might make you feel a little hungry, and if they do, who cares! We’ve got some ideas for some wonderful Lego cooking themed activities for the kids too:
- In the Kids Kitchen has a recipe for some scrumptious Lego brownies. Once you have made these why not try our simple chocolate brownie recipe too?
- Bren Did has a Lego head marshmallow pops recipe, and
- Eats Amazing has some wonderful Lego Fruit blocks for you to tuck into – and they are healthy too of course!
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