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LEGO® has become such a HUGE item that I’m pretty sure almost every family owns some, somewhere. Whether you have boys OR girls, LEGO® just seems to find their way into the house. The company was big before, but it just seems to be getting bigger, and BIGGER, especially in the homeschool communities.
As homeschoolers, we know how amazing these tiny pieces of plastic can be for kids. They can be your quiet time in the middle of the day. It could be a fun building assignment for history lessons of the Alamo or the Mayflower. You could teach math and geography with them, and so much more! There is just so many different things you could use them for, it is unbelievable!
My brothers grew up building and playing with LEGOS®, their friends played with them, and when they got together they built towns and other cool things with each other. It was pretty cool to see what they would make.
Ultimate LEGO® Resource for Homeschoolers:
I have came across SO. MANY. amazing ideas to use with LEGO® blocks I decided I was going to write an ultimate list of resources for you…
Counting and the Alphabets
How to Teach the Alphabet with Legos – by Teachers of Good Things
Counting and Measuring with Lego – by The Imagination Tree
How to Teach Numbers with Legos – by Teachers of Good Things
Learning to Count with Lego Bricks (and printable) – by Great Peace Academy
Alphabet Lego Cards (free printable) – by Wildflower Ramblings
Lego Books for Boys – Beyond the Cover
Lego Books for Girls – Beyond the Cover
Building the Ultimate Lego Library – Chapter Books – by Vicki-Arnold blog
Learning to Read with Lego Duplo – by The Educators Spin On It
Repurposing Duplos – by Filth Wizardry
Language Arts and Minifigs – by Homegrown Learners
Lego Word Family Buildings – by I Can Teach My Child
Lego Minifig Writing Prompts – by Homegrown Learners
100 Lego Writing Activity – by Create -Teach – Share
Use Lego to Write a Story – by Kid Blogger Network
Lego Education Book – by Kid Blogger Network
Easy Way to Learning State Abbreviations – by Educating Laytons
Learning Countries and Continents with Lego – by Milk and Cookies
Building Chords with Lego -by Next Comes L
Lego and Music Notation – by Elementary Music Resources
Lego Math Activities – by My Delicious Ambiguity
Lego Addition – by Funky First Grade Fun
Lego Math that Kids Love – by Best Activities for Kids
Counting by Tens with Legos – by Teachers of Good Things
How to Teach Math Facts with Legos – by Teachers of Good Things
Build Some Bugs – by Frugal Fun for Boys
Animal Classification with Lego – by Educating Laytons
Lego Balloon Car – by Homegrown Learners
What is Surface Tension? – by Kid Blogger Network
Lego Excavations -by Lemon Lime Adventures
Games and Activities
Tic-Tac-Toe – by Kids Blogger Network
Lego Game – by Christiansen Chronicles
Make A Stop Motion Animation Movie – by Kid Blogger Network
Marble Maze – by One Perfect Day
Lego Chess Game – by 100 Directions
How to Preserve Lego Instruction Books by Laminating – by For This Season
Make a Lego Pick up & Play Mat – by Kid Blogger Network
Duck Tape Lego Capes – by Busy Kids Happy Mom
Lego Lunch Boxes – Blog Lovin
For even more Lego learning ideas, follow my Lego Pinterest board:
I am sure you can find a whole bunch of ideas to keep your kids entertained and learning for weeks on end. Sounds like a mother’s vacation, right?
I’d search Pinterest for some nice Lego coloring pages for more quiet time.
How do you use Lego for education?
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