Instead of taking the best part of the episode Logan Nielsen and I recorded, this week I’m trying something a little different! Legos are all about building, so I’m building on to this week’s episode with even more info about LEGO! Check it out and be sure to visit our Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/chroniclesofnannya/) to find descriptions of all the games mentioned in this episode!You can also access links to the games here:Reading Game: http://www.simpleplayideas.com/reading-game-with-legosClassification Game: http://hsbapost.com/2012/10/19/classification-and-legos/Creating Patterns: http://amomsviewfromthepew.blogspot.com/2013/02/lego-patterning.htmlLego Boat Game: http://jdaniel4smom.com/2014/05/preschool-science-how-long-lego-boat-float.htmlRecreating History with Legos: http://www.homegrownlearners.com/home/2013/11/18/learning-classical-conversations-history-sentences-with-lego.htmlAnd here are even more ideas! http://www.happinessishomemade.net/lego-learning-activities/
This week is all about Legos! If you’ve ever nannied for kids who have Legos, you know what a wonderful toy they are! My guest, Logan Nielsen, and I discuss the benefits of playing with Legos both as a child and an adult! We also offer suggestions for new ways to play with these awesome bricks as well as give you some fun facts about Lego history!