Do you have a LEGO lover who’s into insects as well? Me too! Since co-authoring The Unofficial Guide to Learning with LEGO I’ve realized that these little plastic bricks are a great manipulative for learning about many topics, including insects! In this post I’ve rounded up several hands-on LEGO activities for learning about insects!
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Learning with LEGO: Insects
For these projects you will need some basic LEGO bricks and baseplates. Remember, even if you don’t have these exact LEGO® bricks you can always use what you have! Learning will take place anyway! 🙂
The LEGO Ant Life Cycle from Stir the Wonder is a brilliant way to teach kids about the science of life cycles.
Exploring Symmetry with LEGO Butterfly from Mama.Papa.Bubba. is a wonderful way for kids to learn about symmetry.
This LEGO Bug Hotel from Stir the Wonder is an awesome way to bring LEGO into nature!
Hands-on learning about insects is made fun with LEGO Insect Anatomy from Stir the Wonder!
Build a Bug Challenge from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls is a fun way to get kids engaged in S.T.E.M. thinking!
Exploring Symmetry with a LEGO Firefly from Crafty Kids at Home is an excellent way to teach kids basic geometry.
Are you interested in more learning with LEGO® ideas?
Check out our new book The Unofficial Guide to Learning with LEGO®! In it are over 100 hands-on learning activities from literacy to S.T.E.A.M. using LEGO® bricks!
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