We put together a 30 Days of LEGO Play calendar. It’s a great way to really challenge kids (or yourself) to create something new with their LEGO bricks!
While we love putting LEGO sets together, they don’t usually stay together long. They tend to wind up in the bins sorted by type or color. My kids really love creating their own things.
You can print out our calendar by clicking on the image below.
I love getting the LEGO Classic Creative boxes. They offer a wide variety of bricks in different shapes and colors. There are no specific instructions for the box, but it does include an idea book.
So, grab a box of mixed pieces and get started on the 30 Days of LEGO Play! Kids, no matter the age, will love this challenge!
If your kiddo (like one of mine) is too little to read the calendar, you’ll just have to read it for them. And trust me, they’ll remind you!
You could snap a picture of each day’s creation and put it in a little book for them! How fun is that?!?
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