Summer means relaxing, summer camp, and endless days of playtime! One of our favorite simple activities is playing with our LEGO bricks… which is why we love hosting our annual LEGO WEEK!
WHAT IS LEGO WEEK?
We play with LEGO every. single. day. LEGO bricks provide unlimited entertainment and are always popular at our house. This is our 4th Annual LEGO Week. Each year for LEGO Week we share a different LEGO themed activity every day for a week. Some of our favorite talented friends will be joining in as well. We will also be sharing some fun activities we try on Instagram stories, so go over and follow us on Instagram! I’m at @kristinatoddlerapproved.
WHY DO WE HOST LEGO WEEK?
The point of LEGO Week is to share fun and creative ways to play with the LEGO bricks you already have. Being a parent takes a lot of work… especially during the summer when kids are home from school. Use these ideas with your kids and make your day a bit more fun. They may even springboard you into finding even cooler ones. You can also check out our LEGO and Learning pinterest board for more ideas or our Toddler Approved Facebook page.
This post is our LEGO Week landing page. Please bookmark it or Pin It and then come back to it again and again as we update it each day with new activities as they launch.
Click on the links below for the full activity tutorials.
LEGO Minifigure Knock Down Game– Toddler Approved
Build a LEGO Drawing Machine– Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
Ocean Themed Counting Activities– JDaniel 4’s Mom
Design the Best LEGO Boat– Lemon Lime Adventures
Fidget Spinner Challenge with LEGO Bricks– The Educators’ Spin On It
DUPLO Wash Sensory Bin– Mama Papa Bubba
Easy LEGO Brick Themed Food for Kids– Toddler Approved
LEGO Birds Building Instructions– Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
Houses for the Three Little Pigs with LEGO– JDaniel 4’s Mom
LEGO Mandala Art– Mama Papa Bubba
Diving and Fishing for LEGO– I Can Teach My Child
Must Try LEGO Fidget Spinners– Lemon Lime Adventures
Easy LEGO I-Spy for Kids– Toddler Approved
Build a LEGO Conveyor Belt– Frugal Fun for Boys & Girls
LEGO Calm Down Fidget Spinner– Lemon Lime Adventures
Quick and Easy games to play with LEGO bricks– Toddler Approved
Preschool Patterns with LEGO– JDaniel 4’s Mom
LEGO Secret Codes– Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
LEGO Self-Portraits– Mama Papa Bubba
LEGO Braille Alphabet– JDaniel 4’s Mom
Do you have any other favorite ways to play and create with LEGO bricks?