We got back on track with Lego challenges this past month. I was really impressed with some of the things they came up with! And… I promise Big Brother does NOT wear the same clothes every day.
This will be the final Monthly Lego Challenge that I will be putting out (at least for now). I hope you’ve enjoyed them. Feel free to check out the past Challenges.
Remember to click on the link BELOW for the printable version.
Click for Printable Version —->>Lego Building Challenges May
Legos are and have been the hot commodity in our house this year. It is the toy that my children play with daily… even the two year old.
I am always on the look out for FREE Lego resources to use in our homeschool. I have an ever growing Homeschool Lego Board on Pinterest.
Here is my big list of FREE LEGO resources.
Let’s start with what you can find on THIS BLOG:
Monthly Lego Building Challenges
Lego Themed Color By Number (numbers, adding, multiplication)
Make Your Own Lego Idea Book
Lego Duplo Patterns Template
Matching File Folder Game
Here are a few of my other favorites:
Writing- Exploring Emotions with Lego Faces
Writing- Lego Minifigure Writing Prompts (There are several different themes available on this blog)
100 Legos Writing Prompt
Create Your Own Minifig
Learning with Lego (Jr. Version)
Pre K- Lego Movie Printable Pack
Math- Lego Pi Skyline
Geometry with Legos
Teaching Art with Legos
Lego.Com Website with Games
Lego Digital Designer- Free Software Download- Virtual Lego Design
Favorite Apps (these are Android, but I know there are tons in the App Store as well):
Lego Star Wars- The Yoda Chronicles
Lego Technic Race
Lego Duplo Zoo
Lego City- Rapid Rescue
Just for Fun Videos on YouTube:
Me Without You by Toby Mac- Lego Stop Motion
Lego Movie Outtakes
There are SO MANY great resources out there. This list is really just the tip of the iceberg! Do you have free Lego resources on your blog? What are your favorite resources/ activities? Comment below and share the wealth!
Sorry for the week long absence. I’m still here!
I’ve recently opened a shop on Teachers Pay Teachers. I mostly sell Clip Art, but every now and then I put printables in there as well.
I created a pack of TEN lego themed filed folder games to sell in the shop. You can find it here.
Today’s FREEBIE is one of the games offered in the pack. It is a matching game geared for preschool. The game includes a cover sheet, two papers for gluing into the file folder and the appropriate pieces for the game. I highly recommend laminating or covering with contact paper to extend the life of the game.
Remember to click on the link BELOW the image to get the printable version.
Click the Link for the Printable Version —>>> Lego Themed Matching File Folder Game
You can get the full set of Lego Themed File Folder games HERE for $5.00 (that’s just 50 cents a game!).
Enjoy your weekend!
My kids TOTALLY abandoned the lego challenges this month! I don’t blame them… we had a CRAZY month… lots of sickness, a two year old hospitalized with pneumonia, field trips, enrichment classes, Big Brother’s birthday. It was a busy time!!!
I thought I’d give them another chance with the challenges and put together a calendar for April.
Remember: Click on the link BELOW the image for the printable version.
Click for the printable version—>> Lego April
How is it already almost March?!?! February was such a short month, but so filled up for us! It FLEW by so quickly!!!
Here is the calendar for March’s Building challenges. Please excuse the awkward placement of the last few days of March. I had the whole calendar finished when I realized I left off the last couple of days… whoops!!!
Remember to click on the link BELOW the image for the printable version!
Click for Printable Version—>>Lego Challenge March 2014
February already ?!?! I don’t know about you, but I have had the hardest time getting on track with homeschool since the new year. We’ve been sick! sick! sick! I was the latest victim… and let me tell you… when mom is sick, you may as well just pack it up and call it a day. Nothing got done. The fact that my children were fed and the house was still standing is a miracle!
Here is the calendar of daily challenges for February. In honor of the Winter Olympics, most of the challenges are Olympic Themed. Enjoy. Click on the link BELOW the image for the printable version!
Click to download Printable Version —–>>Lego Challenge February 2014
Be sure to check out my other Winter Olympic Themed Printables:
Winter Olympic Themed Printable Pack for Preschool
Winter Olympic Themed Printable Pack for K- 3rd
Winter Olympic Themed Writing Prompts
Happy Friday and Happy Building!!!
We are not starting back to school until next week… thus why there are no challenges for the first few days of January. Enjoy and Happy Building!
Remember to click the link BELOW the image for the printable version!!!
Click for Printable Version —>Lego Challenge January 2014
Now it’s YOUR turn.. I need more ideas!!!! Please comment below with some fun lego building challenges!!!
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I’m trying to get my kids to think outside of themselves during this Christmas season. For me, as a child, Christmas was all about me and what I could get! I don’t want that for my kids.
I tried to think of something fun that they would all enjoy making and I came across Lego Soaps. I used THIS TUTORIAL from Just Crafty Enough. Because the tutorial is so well laid out, I’m not going to repeat it.
I picked up theBuilding Bricks and Minifigure Ice Cube Tray or Candy Mold –for Lego lovers
from Amazon and the clear glycerine soap base from Michael’s (I used a 40% off coupon). The whole process of making the soap was so quick and easy. I let the kids pick a scent (either peppermint or lavender essential oil). It was perfect for my kids’ attention spans. The soap was firm and ready to pop out of the mold within half an hour! I did let it sit out and harden a little more before we put it into an airtight container.
The kids were seriously super excited about this project.
The only thing left is to stick the soaps into a plastic gift bag and stick a label on it!
Need a label, feel free to print these FREE ones! Click on the link BELOW the image for the printable version:
Click for the Printable Version ——->>Lego Tags
How are you teaching your kids about having a generous heart?
We got a little off track with building challenges this past month, but Big Brother helped write the December calendar. Perhaps he’ll take ownership and keep up with it this month!
Without further ado, here is the December calendar! Be sure to Click BELOW the image for the printable version!
Click link for Printable Version ——–>>Lego Challenge December 2013
PLEASE… I need ideas for future challenges. Comment below with your ideas!
I hope you had a GREAT Thanksgiving!