1. Add with legos. Count the circles on top of two 2x2 lego bricks. The answer will fit on top of a flat 2x4 brick! Good hands on addition fun PLUS its easy for kids to visualize that there are multiple ways of getting one sum by just using different sizes of bricks.
2.Alphabatize lego blocks. I put little alphabet stickers on 26 legos and had my daughter make an ABC stick placing the blocks in alphabetical order.
3. Create with legos. We just had fun building dinosaur caves. This was strictly a play activity :).
4. Measure with legos! Make a "ruler" out of lego blocks and run around the house measuring in legos instead of inches.
5. And our last- and my personal favorite- activity was making our own Lego book. I scoured the web for a cute lego template and couldn't find any. So I made my own :). And I have to say that I kinda like it!
Download the template for our printable book and have fun creating a lego book!
I hope this helps you have fun learning with legos! Happy Teaching!