The current outbreak has obviously made it impossible to meet up for a Lego Club. But there’s still many ways to engage with your kids and inspire creativity. So for my first virtual Lego Club, I told my kiddos to take photos of their minifigures going on adventures in their house.
I explained that all my kiddos would need to complete this challenge are some minifigs (or really just any toy) and a camera. I took a couple example photos to get kids and parents thinking and showed them in a quick video I made. Then I asked them to submit their own photos in the “Comments” section on our library’s Facebook page.
This challenge obviously isn’t building focused, but still inspires creativity. Using the camera also brings a bit of technology into the challenge as well. That’s it!! Here’s a video I originally posted on my library’s Facebook page explaining the challenge:
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My library has started a blog for while we are closed. Do you mind if I share this idea? I will link back to your blog.
Yep that sounds great!!
As a non-homeschooling mom, trying to figure out how to keep my elementary student engaged and learning during this time has been a challenge. I am so thankful to have found your site. Your Lego ideas have inspired a few projects for us already and tomorrow he is playing “Disaster Island” with some fellow Lego enthusiasts via Skype. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and experiences.
This is a cool idea legolibrarian.
I am a teacher in South Africa and I gave this fun activity to my Grade R children to do at home since we are in Lockdown…Wowzers they amazed me by how creative they were and I had so much fun looking through their work and replying to them….Thank you very much for this cool idea 🙂