Schooling in Pajamas

Lego Challenge Notebook

All my boys have been and still are huge Lego fans. The older two have two huge moving boxes of Legos and Lego stuff in our storage shed because they no longer have room for them in the room they share. My youngest is well on his way to having almost as many! About two years ago I started making a Lego Challenge notebook for my youngest. I started it and put it away when things got busy and completely forgot about it. I dug it out and plan on working up some more pages for him.


Here’s what we have so far.

Lego Notebook Cover I have all the pages in page protectors inside an 8 1/2 x 11″ three ring binder. This allows for pages to be moved around, taken out, and the pictures stay in good shape.

Now for the pages.

lego2 Build a car.  lego3 Monochromatic.  lego4 Vessels.

lego5 Halloween.  lego6 Animals.   lego7 Sea Life.    lego8 Robots.


 

Ideas to add to notebook.

*Bridges
*Funny Scenes
*Build with 25 bricks (or other number)
*local landmarks
*balloon powered cars
*Holidays (separate pages since Halloween is its own page already.)
*board game
*Something from book/movie
*rocket car
*insects/ bugs/birds
*train
*machines (crane, wheel machine, etc)


I’m making a Pinterest board as I find things.  Several ideas I have gotten from some of these sites.

Follow Amber’s board lego challenges for notebook on Pinterest.


Feel free to share your ideas and photos.  Thanks for stopping by!!

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