(and how to use them!)
Legos, Legos everywhere! Will I ever escape? I don’t think so — and I don’t even want to… The educational value of legos is just too great! What’s not to love? Okay, stepping on legos in the middle of the night is not to love. In fact, stepping on legos at any time of day is not to love. The sound of a breaking lego under your foot is not to love. Everything else about legos — my children and I LOVE.
As I have stated before, bringing legos in the homeschool is a natural, reasonable and even exciting choice. These educational LEGO books are sure to get your child’s creative lego learning juices flowing!
Beautiful Lego by Mike Doyle
Lego Space: Building the Future by Peter Reid and Tim Goddard
Minifigure Customization: Populate Your World by Jared Burks
Minifigure Customization: Why Live in A Box? by Jared Burks
Amazing ABC by Sean Kenney (a renowned lego artist!)
Brick ABC by Brick Pals
Brick City: Global Icons to Make from Legos by Warren Elsmore
Lego Adventure Book Volume 1 by Megan H. Rothrock
Lego Adventure Book Volume 2 by Megan H. Rothrock
Lego Chapter Books (dozens of books from Lego)
Winning Design!: LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Design Patterns for Fun and Competition by James Jeffrey Trobaugh
Creativity and Design
The Lego Ideas Book by Daniel Lipkowitz
Lego Play: Ideas to Bring Your Legos to Life by Daniel Lipkowitz (sequel to Lego Ideas Book)
Lego Star Wars Visual Dictionary by Simon Beecroft
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Using Educational LEGO Books in Your Homeschool Makes You The Cool Mom. Includes discussion questions, cross-curricular ideas, and ideas for various subjects and the books in this post. Also includes several Lego handwriting sheets/notebooking pages to use with the books.
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