LEGO bricks and toys can be all around floor. If you haven’t stepped on a LEGO product before then you have no idea how dreaded they are to moms and dads who happen to step on one. However, I am here to share that LEGO bricks or toys aren’t all out to get you – to shoot pain through your body from a walk across the room in the middle of the night. LEGO bricks or toys are pretty awesome and great for kids to have. Proverbial Homemaker shares what kids can learn when they build with LEGO bricks or toys.
Building play can have so many benefits for kids who start early. I love the huge LEGO toys, which we can see more clearly and not step on, but more so because kids at a very early age can begin contemplating the idea of building, putting together pieces, or even color matching. We can take total advantage of playtime with our children’s toys to help them learn and get their brains thinking.
Let’s also admit that the less time our kids spend on mindless digital devices the better. I don’t mean educational games, because they are so effective for many children. Letting our kids play with LEGO bricks or toys is a healthy activity. It can help them with their creativity, help them with learning to focus and so much more. You can also do various activities for subjects with LEGO bricks or the LEGO toys where they can also work on their fine motor skills, early math (sorting) skills, and hands-on learning. Explore this post to learn about what other benefits and things kids can learn when they build with LEGO products.
Explore Proverbial Homemaker’s post on what kids learn when they build with LEGO bricks or toys.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!