LEGO became part of the daily curriculum for my son around week three of homeschooling.
Besides his weekly attempts to create an actual LEGO set to submit for consideration, I’ll give him ideas on things to build.
He’ll never run out of LEGO but I’m running out of ideas.
Thankfully, the master model builders at LEGOLAND California Resort are stepping up to give kids around the world weekly building challenges.
Some of the challenges so far include:
I might try some of these challenges. I’ve long believed LEGOs to be therapeutic.
The only difficulty will be finding the specific pieces – and the correct colors – among the thousands of LEGO scattered around the house.
If you and the kids don’t feel like digging around for specific pieces, I suggest the LEGO classic creative box. The box has every piece you’ll need and more.
Check out the best LEGO websites for ideas and even more amazing LEGO creations.
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