Why a LEGO®* Compatible Slab Should be at the Core of Every Creation

LEGO®* Compatible Slabs: The Most Useful Educational Toy Accessory LEGO® bricks are some of the most recognizable toy worldwide by people in all age groups. The little plastic building blocks have been favorites for generations now, were named “Toy of the Century” by two publications in 2000, and research continues to come out showing the benefits of kids playing with building blocks. The LEGO® Group has built on this existing fondness and embraced the educational benefits of their namesake brick as a stake to hold their ground in today’s vastly-different toy market. And in order to better compete with the […]

How LEGO®* Therapy Resources can Help your Child

LEGO®* Therapy Resources LEGO®* based therapies have become fairly common for two primary issues over the last fifteen to twenty years. These colorful plastic bricks are used for a variety of things beyond the usual build-cool-stuff-and-then destroy it that we all enjoyed as kids. Do you remember the look on Grandma’s face when the toy dragon obliterated that castle with a fireball…all over the living room? Well, if so, you also remember the finite motor functions in your hands as we pieced that dragon together, especially with those small joint pieces, attaching the wings… And you might also recall having to […]

The Usefulness of LEGO®* Compatible Baseplates for Youth Organizations and Schools

The Usefulness of LEGO®* Compatible Baseplates for Youth Organizations and Schools

Usefulness of LEGO® Compatible Baseplates for Youth Organizations and Schools Every year, as spring rolls to a close, parents all around America begin trying to figure out what to do with their kids for the summer. Kids have enrolled in daycares and summer camps; college kids between semesters earn money by babysitting; volunteer and charity organizations change from after-school programs to summer programs. All of this in a combined effort to keep kids safe, keep them out of trouble, and (hopefully) keep them learning. Each organization has its own methods and priorities, but almost all parents have the same five […]

LEGO®* Compatible Baseplates and Enhancing Child Development

LEGO®* Compatible Baseplates and Enhancing Child Development

Fun At Home & In The Classroom The LEGO® brick is notable, both as one of the most iconic toys to come out of the twentieth century and as one of the most effective weapons ever developed in the eternal war waged by children against their parents. The absolute best thing about those unassuming, brightly-colored (or black, or gray, or brown, or – worse – CLEAR) caltrops hiding in your carpet, however, is not that they’re fun to play and build with, but that they’re fun to play and build and learn with. LEGO® bricks are educational and are finding […]

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Creative thinking is an empowering skill. This skill helps students thrive throughout their education and beyond. Giving young minds the tools to express themselves and develop new ideas can help improve engagement in the classroom and build social connections in unique ways.   I teach third grade in Georgia. My school purchased the U.S.A. Lego Map for my classroom this fall. In Social Studies, we have been studying mountain ranges, rivers, and explorers. I have outlined the rivers and mountain ranges on my map. As we’ve studied each explorer, we have outlined the routes they took across the Atlantic Ocean. […]

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This is an example page. It’s different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation (in most themes). Most people start with an About page that introduces them to potential site visitors. It might say something like this: Hi there! I’m a bike messenger by day, aspiring actor by night, and this is my website. I live in Los Angeles, have a great dog named Jack, and I like piña coladas. (And gettin’ caught in the rain.) …or something like this: The XYZ Doohickey Company was founded in 1971, […]

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