STEM is a big deal in our house. Using LEGOs has definitely helps develop your child’s knowledge and skills to be innovative and imaginative. Building play is easy with these bright, colorful and versatile bricks! And because LEGO Classic spans so many different age groups, there’s fun for all the family (find inspiration here).
My daughter can spend hours building and playing with LEGOs, but sometimes comes to me asking what she should make next. I try to remind her that building can be satisfying and fun even if it’s simple! Choosing 20-30 random bricks and clicking them together is an easy way to get started and give your imagination a jump-start.
To make imaginative building a little more challenging, I designed some LEGO challenge cards to help my Master Builder when she gets into a creative block. Building with guidelines is a great way to inspire more innovative and imaginative creations.
The first card she chose was to build an animal. She saw an alligator in the LEGO idea book and decided to follow the directions to build it herself. It doesn't matter where you get your inspiration - just keep building!
When it came to building something to drive, dad couldn't resist not helping her out. It was so fun watching the two of them building together and coming up with new ideas to make it even better.
The two of them also built this awesome airplane (that doesn't literally fly) together. They even went searching for some minifigures in our LEGO collection to take the plane for a spin. To me, LEGOs have always been about moments like this - having fun and creating special memories together.
Encourage your kids to keep building with LEGOs by printing out these cards for yourself. They are totally free for you to use, and I hope you and your family have a great time building all kinds of new creations!
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