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Lego Art -- Use random bits of legos and have kids stamp with a black ink pad. Use a silicon baking sheet under the paper to give the needed "squidge" for the solid plastic Lego to make good contact for a decent looking stamp. once dry, have the kids color in their creations with crayons or pencils.
"Every Lego Brick Has a Story..." ~ I randomly found this. It's not even from an education site, but I thought, "What an awesome writing prompt for kids. I googled it in images and found this to make life easier for whoever "repins" this. You can print out the lego and lines for the kids to write on. - Jake Skillman