Lego might be the most popular toy ever created. This week’s featured list highlight 10 great early learning ideas with lego to assist in teaching number recognition, patterns, symmetry and more.
10 Early Learning Math and Numbers with LEGO
Help little kids learn pattern recognition in a fun way with the versatility of lego.
Color sorting and pattern making in one fun activity.
Lego is useful for making graphs as well, check out the customized printable this mama made for her readers.
Take a hunt around your playroom and gather objects to measure with your lego.
This mama has simple fine motor play ideas that inspire early learning of math skills with lego.
A math lego sensory bin looks so much fun and educational!
Incorporate lego with flash card learning to help develop spatial reasoning skills.
You can put the actual lego pieces on these free printables, look like lots of fun!
Lego is also great to practice more advanced skills like symmetry and detailed pattern making.
Lego makes “more than” and “less than” super easy to understand.
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Check out this week’s activities here:
10 Ready to Use Items for Busy Bags from Powerful Mothering
LEGO Emotions Station from Lalymom
Play Dough Sensory Mud from Stir the Wonder