Blocks aren’t just for little kids – in our family, Sarah, who’s 13, has had an amazing time building airplanes, robots and more with our new BionicBlox!
This week, as part of the iHomeschool Network’s 10 * in * 10 series, I’m sharing 10 “toys” that have lasted in our family – now that Sarah’s a teenager!
Sarah’s Lego Tyrannosaurus rex model sparked some fun conversations about dinosaurs.
After a few stressful weeks, our family unwound with some crazy pirate treasure-hunting creative fun!
Our family spent a recent Sunday at the Reading Public Museum, where we saw famous art made from jellybeans and a huge Lego castle exhibit!
We spent a relaxing Sunday evening sorting Sarah’s Lego pieces so she can find them for future building projects!
Sarah had a blast reading about similes in Life of Fred: Goldfish, and decided to create dozens of her own. Want to play along?
Sarah has LOVED the Lego Bricks 4 Kidz junior robotics camps. Here’s a photo scrapbook of her with some of her new friends.
After reading Lynn Reid Banks’ book “The Indian in the Cupboard,” Sarah decided to act out scenes from the book with cowboy and Indian figures.
A huge old box turned into a hideout in the corner of our dining room – complete with room for Sarah to sleep!