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Build a Lego Rainbow

Build a Lego Rainbow

Rainbows - bright, colourful and rewarding to make, why not Build a Lego Rainbow like the one pictured below? What do I need to make a Lego Rainbow? To make a lego rainbow you will need lego pieces ideally in 5-7 colours depending on the size of rainbow you want to make. You will also need several pieces of each colour. (Top Tip: If you have less bricks of certain colours, use those for the inner layers of the rainbow, as they require less bricks). A lego board - although this isn't essential, unless you want to keep the rainbow…
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Building Block Repeating Patterns

Building Block Repeating Patterns

Building block repeating patterns can help with understanding, logic and critical thinking, plus using building blocks to create the patterns is good for fine motor skills. Not only that, it is good fun and a challenge and the repeating patterns look great when made from colourful bricks. What do I need for this activity? Building Bricks which are age appropriate for your child - lego, duplo, mega blocks for example.A board for your blocks, although this isn't essential. How do I do this activity? Either on a board or on a flat surface create a repeating pattern (see photo for…
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Brick Symmetry

Brick Symmetry

Symmetry is all around us in nature, on buildings and in art. This brick symmetry activity not only exercises the brain but it also uses fine motor skills. What do I need for this activity? You will need some bricks of any size - Lego, Duplo or Mega Blocks or something similar would be great. Make sure you have two identical bricks available of each sort on offer for the activity to work. If you have a board you can use that otherwise a flat surface will work just as well. What do we need to do for this activity?…
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Brick bridges and water

Brick bridges and water

Why not build some brick bridges and sail some boats under them? What do I need? Building bricks. Tin foil. Toy Boat. How do I set up the activity? If you can it is recommended that you do this activity outdoors. Otherwise have some towels handy for any spills. Also, if you have a tuff spot tray this activity could also be done in this. Then use tin foil to create a 'river'. Fold the sides up on the tin foil to make a 'container'.Stack the bricks together to make a bridge (see picture) over the 'river'. If you have…
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