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Spring LEGO Challenge Cards

Encourage kids to express their creativity using Lego bricks with these free printable, spring themed, Spring Lego Challenge Cards. These are a great STEM activity for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students.

FREE Printable Lego Challenge Cards - this no prep STEM activity is a great way to keep kids engaged, thinking creatively, and playing this this spring for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students. Perfect for parents, teachers, and homeschoolers.

Lego Challenge Cards

Any season is a good season for Legos, but these Lego challenge cards are filled with spring themed challenges. This hands-on, STEM activity will keep your child engaged and keep the creativity juices flowing. You can expand on the learning or simply allow your child to build freely. Download your free spring Lego Task Card printable. Cut out the cards, shuffle, and allow your child to build a new one each day or however it fits into your family.

Spring Lego Challenge

use lego blocks with these free printables to complete this STEM Activities for Kids of all ages this spring

STEM Activities for Kids

Looking for fun no prep STEM Activities that require no prep or fancy materials? Use these Lego task cards to make these Stem Project Ideas with the following alternative mediums:

1. Use Minecraft: Do you have a child who loves Minecraft? The challenges can just as easily be used for Minecraft as with Lego or other sets of building blocks.

2. Art Challenge: These prompts can just as easily be used for drawing, play dough, or clay creations. Allow your child the flexibility to use another medium to create and explore.

3. Expand on Learning: Use the building challenges as a catalyst for learn more. For example, the first day’s challenge it to build a butterfly. You may want to research different kinds of butterflies to see which one your child would like to build. This can lead to an entire lesson on butterflies. You can continue the same impromptu lessons by using the other task cards as well.

4. Do the Challenges Together: Make the challenges a group activity with your family or with friends. See who can build the fastest or the more creative item. Perhaps one child can give instructions on how to build the item to another child. Not only is this fun but it teaches listening and the ability to communicate effectively.

easter printable crafts for students to color by code and make into an easter hat craft for toddler, prek and kindergarten Easter Word family Worksheets Complete the easter egg puzzles by matching the letter with clipart with the same beginning sound. This easter activity for kindergartners is great for working on phonemic awareness

Easter Printables

Looking for more fun, creative, and free Easter printables to practice math and literacy skills this April? Try these resources:

Easter ABC Letter Matching Visual Discrimination Activity with Easter Eggs count, trace and erase easter jelly bean printable

Color by Number Easter Worksheets Printable easter bingo game Printable Bunny Eart Hat

If you have a kindergarten or teach kindergartners, you don’t want to miss all our fun and FREE theme worksheetsfree alphabet printableskindergarten math, kindergarten sciencekindergarten phonicskindergarten crafts, and kindergarten themes!

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Lego Challenge Cards

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Richele is a homeschool mom and Orton-Gillingham Tutor with a collegiate background in educational psychology. She uses her 15 years of homeschool experience to encourage, teach, and entertain on her site Talking Mom 2 Mom.

1 Comment

  • I LOVE these cards and they lead to so many open ended ideas that my students can do with them. Have you made others in the past for different seasons or themes? I can do a search on your web site if so. Thank you for making so many items available for parents and teachers!

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