Learning with Legos®

Do you have a child that adores creating and imagining with Legos?  These popular learning blocks can be utilized in an educational setting and format.  How?

The Royal Oak Public Library will be hosting an event titled: Lego® Time.  Basically, each child will assemble a Lego scene and write about what is happening in it.  This sounds very intriguing and a great way to get your child’s creative juices flowing.  All Lego creations and stories will be on display at the library until the next Lego Time session.  All parents are permitted to record their child’s Lego story and creation. The child limit for Lego Time is 30 so register ASAP.

Lego® Time will be on Tuesday, October 30, @ 7:00 p.m. at Royal Oak Public Library.  For contact and location details visit: www.ropl.org


Source: ROPL Leaflet: Royal Oak Public Library

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Lindsey is a homeschool mom of three in Southeast Michigan. She is the creator of Michigan blog Michigan Home Mommy Works and blogs for Homeschooling in Detroit.
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10 years ago

My son would love this! Thanks for the info.