Coming up with Lego challenges that we can do at home has been a little tricky, but this one worked out pretty good!!  For this challenge, I had my kiddos build TWO different creations. For the first part, they could build whatever they wanted.  A house, a boat, a car, a houseboat, a carhouse, whatever! ... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

This one is another classic STEM challenge I repurposed for Lego Club.  After going over rules, I showed everybody a picture of a diving board, a crane, and an airplane wing.  Then I asked everyone what they all had in common.  An older kiddo eventually guessed that they were all cantilevers, which means that the... Continue Reading →

After reading "Tiny T. Rex and the Impossible Hug" by Jonathan Stutzman,  everyone got to make baby T-Rex Finger puppets!  Kids can color their dinosaur however they want, then put their fingers through the holes, and practice giving T-Rex hugs!! You can download a copy HERE for FREE.  For my storytime, I printed these on... Continue Reading →

The Holiday Train came through our town recently, so I thought it would be a great idea if we made one big train!  So after we went over rules, I told my kiddos that everyone would be making a train car!  They could make it a holiday train, but they could really make it anything. ... Continue Reading →

Circus fun!!  I came up with this idea completely out of the blue.  I was trying to think of simple machines in real life, and somehow thought about the circus too.  It's kinda just an easily accessible way to teach some science!! So after we went over rules, I told my kiddos that we would... Continue Reading →

I often combine old ideas and make them into fresh new ones.  It's just a great way to still be creative when you haven't had any big new ideas in awhile.  So for this one I combined my Monster Maker Lego Club Challenge with my popular Disaster Island Lego Challenge.  So we made monsters based... Continue Reading →

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