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Summer Build and Tell Lego Challenge Cards

Sneak in a fun educational activity that is great for helping your child learn to express themselves and work on early literacy with these free printable Summer Build and Tell Lego Challenge Cards.

Sneak in a fun educational activity that is great for helping your child learn to express themselves and work on early literacy with these FREE printable Summer Build and Tell Lego Challenge Cards. Use these with preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and grade 1. You can also do this with playdough or duplo blocks!

Make the most of this summer by helping to make sure your child is learning and avoiding the summer slump. This activity is a great way to help students work on strengthening fine motor skills, showing creativity, and learning to express themselves with words, sentences, and complete thoughts.

Looking for more ideas for summer learning? Our site has lots of fun, education approved learning activities for kindergartners this summer. Practice matching upper and lowercase letters with these hamburger themed puzzles. Work on skip counting for kindergartners with this  delicious ice cream themed math. You can make a super cute fisherman math craft to work on number bonds. We have so many more fun and engaging ideas to review math, literacy, science, and more!

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Lego Challenge Cards

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie. Print off the printable and cut out the cards. Shuffle the cards. Pick one and read the challenge. Have your child build the challenge with lego blocks, duplo, or even playdough and then present a little speech about the challenge she built.

You can have your child pick a card daily, weekly, as a boredom buster, or however it best fits into your schedule. Many of the cards are designed to be used more than once. For the cards that ask the child to build a favorite you child can build a second favorite or you can change up the card a little to keep the fun going. For example, for the card that says “build your favorite character” you can say “a cartoon character” or “Disney character” to keep things fresh. For the card that says “build your name” you can change it to “build your middle name” or “build your last name” or simply a word.

Summer Learning for Kindergartners

Complete challenges as a family so everyone gets a chance to practice building and speaking in front of others. Invite friends over and complete challenges with them. For children who are not fond of building you can make these drawing challenges. You can expand the experience by having your child write her little speech first.

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Help children add some other fun, summer educational activities to their days with these:

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Richele

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.

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