Lego’s are an age old way of captivating young people! Provide kids with the opportunity to build unique lego structures and figures with bright colors and textures! The variety of opportunities and developmental skills possible make lego’s a wonderful investment to grow into and love through different stages. Working on small and large scale Lego creations will help to build fine and gross motor skills and overall creativity! Lego’s are a delightful and creative way for students to play and build developmental skills through these tactile resources and toys.
LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox
Build 5 multi-functional creations that you can program and control with your own tablet device! Build a moving, talking robot, a powerful 4-tool rover, an interactive pet cat, an electric guitar,... Read More
This Lego graph would look great printed out in different colors for your students. Created to engage any Lego lover and introduce them to graphing, sorting and counting.
The Inventors of LEGO® Toys
This fun and engaging book tells the story of how a Danish carpenter and his family turned a desperate situation into the most popular toy in history.
Literary Terms: Allegory
Help your students build a thorough understanding of this literary term by engaging with great examples from prose and poetry. This complete lesson defines the term allegory, and includes examples,... Read More
How's this for amazing play technology? You build a robot with an EVC brick inside (the heart). Connect it to your computer or smart device and program it to do stuff. Your robots walk, talk, move,... Read More