Lego is a classic child’s toy that’s stood the test of time. I love seeing the kids getting creative and learning about shapes and structure whilst they build with their imaginations. I must admit that I do hate stepping on it in the middle of the night but there’s plenty of jokes about that around.
I came across this post from Emma Vanstone on Science Sparks and I can’t wait to test some of them out with the kids. Check out some amazingly cool things you can do at home with the kids and Lego whilst exploring science together. I think we’re going to try the balloon one first as that is sure to get Master 6 excited.
Let me know what you try and what the kids thought of it.