Tuesday, July 20, 2010

We Play, Legos

Yesterday we visited the Lego Store and Little J purchased a new kit.  While Juiciness and Sassyfras napped, Little J disappeared into his room for about an hour and reappeared with these airplanes.  I can't believe he followed the directions and patiently put these together!








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7 comments :

The Sunshine Crew said...

Cool Lego creations! Will have to show my sons when they wake up this morning.
We also just love Legos here. We live about an hour away from where the new Legoland is being built...due to open next Spring...We can't wait!!!
Colleen

katepickle said...

ah lego is so ace!!!

amandab said...

That is awesome! Particularly since when discussing lego with my sister in reference to her 7yo son she told me "I'm not buying him any more for Christmas as I'm the one who puts it all together!"

joyce:waddleeahchaa.com said...

Legos are the best! Can you ever have too many Legos? My Grandsons and Nephew would definately say NO! I say no too because it keeps them busy for hours. Have you visted legos.com? My nephew loves to go to this sight and look at all the differnt sets. My sister has started a chore and payment system so my nephew can earn enough money to purchase the set of his dreams. It is a great learning tool in so many way: 1)Math-they add up the money he already has and how much he still needs to earn,2)Reading-he reads about the set on the lego site,3)Good Work Ethic-At a young age he is learning the value of hard work and how to take care of his money. Long comment but maybe it gives you some ideas about how you can use legos as a learning tool too. Thanks for sharing :)

Becky said...

I love lego and can't wait until my children will be old enough to play with it and not eat it... What a great creation too.

Raising a Happy Child said...

It's nice that J got to go to Lego store and pick up some new kits. We love Lego here, but we all prefer "free form" to encourage creativity. However, J did great following directions and putting the planes together.

Christie - Childhood 101 said...

Lego today is just a whole new ball game, isn't it? Long live lego!