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Lego Week


Summer Adventure: Lego Week



 Lots of fun decorations this week! 
PHOTO AREA. Backdrop is Large Bubble Wrap, spray painted green. Random cardboard boxes covered with dollar store tablecloths and either  Construction Paper circles or  Plastic cups Printable Masks

Door decorations: Dollar Store Plastic tablecloth and dessert plates.

We made "Awesome" Journals  (with the items below), To record Awesome events. Inside I added a quote from the Lego Movie. "The only thing you need to be Special, is to Believe that you can be!"
 Matching game with rhyming words from the song, Everything is Awesome, "Rocks, clocks and socks. They're awesome." The background of the game is made of Bubble Wrap spray painted green. The backs of the cards are a 4th of a sheet of Construction Paper with black circles to resemble Lego pieces. (Used my flag board found Here)
Printable Lego Movie Rhyming cards Here



 Giant Lego board
Green Plate (10" x 10"), Blue Plate (10" x 10")
Spray Adhesive
 "Everything is cool when you're part of a team
Everything is awesome, when we're living our dream

Everything is better when we stick together
Side by side, you and I gonna win forever, let's party"


Need a cute  frame for the pictures from the photo area. 
Cut a cardstock frame then "sponge" painted with lego blocks.








For the smaller kids: Feed the Lego man. ARGO Cornstarch  container perfect.









Lego Earrings 
drill a small hole to attach  an  Earring Hook 

  Building Bricks and Minifigure Ice Cube Tray or Candy Mold , and broken crayons. We put them in the car on the dashboard for 15 min and they were melted. Place in the freezer for a few min and un-mold for Lego Crayons




 Jumbo Lego (One set was purchased on Zulily) to build a house, and the Lego Man and Lorax above.



 






Lego Alphabet Cards 




 Don't forget Gift Bags
to put all of their Awesome things into.


Finally a Drinking Fountain!!
Super easy to make and portable
     

14 comments:

  1. My little man would LOVE these activities. He's a huge lego fan. I'm sure I have a Lego party in my future so thanks for sharing some great ideas.

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    1. Thank You I was hoping others would like to use my ideas.

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  2. Super cute!! And..fun! Both of my girls love legos and this would be right up their alley!

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    1. Thanks. I appreciate your comment. I have seen a lot of your work and love it.

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  4. Wow, you had some amazing LEGO activities! The cornstarch container is the perfect LEGO!

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    1. Thanks so much that means a lot. I have followed your blog for awhile now and you too have some amazing ideas.

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  5. Wow! You are so creative! This would make a really fun party! Haven't yet reached the Lego loving stage but will keep this post in mind for when we do.

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    1. Thanks so much I appreciate the feedback.

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  6. Looks like fun! I love the journals :-)

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    1. Thank you. She is Awesome! I love having her over.

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