15 Ways to Infuse LEGO into your Homeschool


LEGO ClassI don’t know if I had more fun with the Inventions Class, or this LEGO Brainiacs Class this year at co-op.  They were both loads of fun.

You can use this LEGO Class as a summer program, part of a kids club at church, in your own homeschool, or in your co-op.  Everything is laid out for you.  Lessons, links, list of supplies needed.

If your child loves LEGO, they will love this class!  It is 15 weeks of hour long activities with LEGO, all detailed so you don’t have to do anything but gather the supplies needed and go.  Each day includes a building activity, instruction, links to any helpful sites, fun fact of the day, and time for a 10 minute build.  To name a few of the activities in this LEGO Class:  Stop-Action Film!, Zip-Line Races, Lockable Trick Boxes and goofy glasses.

LEGO Class

My all-time Champion of the WORLD LEGO Zip Line riding Horse!

Yes, I raced with the above horse on Zip-Line day – it was soooo fun!!  LEGO is ageless, remember?

You may think of LEGO as not school related, but this class will infuse your school with creativity!  Kids in this class will also be immersed in:  presentation skills, writing, teamwork, interesting LEGO facts, ratios, and more!

The age range I would estimate for this class is 1st to 5th grades.  But, on days when other teachers were sick or classes were cancelled, we had all ages in with us.  It was awesome.  LEGO is ageless!  

If you would like a sneak peak, please sign up using the form below.

I’m telling you, this is such a fun class to have in your year.  The lessons that go along with it are so covert, the kids don’t even notice it! 😉

If you’re ready for the full class – hop on over to LEGO Brainiacs Class in my shop!

6 thoughts on “15 Ways to Infuse LEGO into your Homeschool

  1. My little boy is still a little young for legs but my other half loves it! I know that once Rory is old enough our house will be over run with the stuff…something which I can’t say I’m looking forward to! Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.

  2. My daughter loves lego and I think my little boy will when he’s a little older. I think I’ll try and make a stop motion movie with my daughter!

    Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time

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