I love Pinterest, and my boys love Legos. So when I saw this the other day I was super excited. Then I clicked on the link and found out it was just that - just a picture and not a great one to print out and use. Boo. So the other day I whipped one of these babies out in Photoshop. Since I don't have a laminator, but I have a ton of packing tape at the moment, I did a homemade laminating job too with strips of packing tape. Super getto - super effective. All you need is a die, some lego…
Secret Codes! Write Coded Messages with LEGO Bricks - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Oh my goodness, this is such a fun activity, and you can put it together with any LEGO® bricks you own! Use bricks to create a code. Then kids can build and de-code secret messages! Create Your Code The concept of this activity is quite simple – create a code using a different brick for […]
Combine this fun and free printable board game with classic building bricks and a pinch of math! This LEGO® tower challenge game is a great way to get kids practicing their early learning math skills and connecting with others. Roll the die and follow the game board to see who will build the tallest tower using basic LEGO® bricks. Maybe the kiddos will even invent their own rules and LEGO challenges! LEGO® TOWER GAME FOR KIDS! LEGO® is one of the most awesome and versatile play materials out…
How to Build a LEGO Disc Launcher: A fun brick contraption! - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Use your LEGO® bricks to construct a fun contraption that shoots discs REALLY far! Kids will love this fun LEGO® building idea. This is different from our LEGO® catapult because it pushes the projectile straight forward with a lot of force, rather than flinging it into the air. Both projects are really cool for learning […]
Inspired by the movie scene from ”Inception”, to keep the upper part floating is really not as easy as it looks, the height and weight of each building and the position of those chains.....all needed to take into consideration. And it became even harder when I tried to make each building looks a bit different from the others.