Farm Animals - Brick Building Activity Book: Creative Play with Step-by-Step Ideas

Farm Animals - Brick Building Activity Book: Creative Play with Step-by-Step Ideas


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Farm Animals - Brick Building Activity Book: Creative Play with Step-by-Step Ideas by Paul Bacio, Sofia Chen

The authors of this new Lego activity book have put together a fun, engaging set of projects that will help kids aged four and up get the most out of playtime.

The concept of the Farm Animals Brick Building Activity Book is simple. Using the directions provided, parents and caretakers can help their children build ten different farm animals out of Lego bricks. These imaginative projects will help your entire family bond as your child has fun and absorbs a number of important developmental concepts. Incorporate learning into playtime as shown in this guide-with fantastic results!

These activities will teach your children

• problem solving,
• fine motor skills,
• colors,
• shapes,
• counting,
• written numbers,
• simple positioning concepts,
• simple directions, and
• grouping objects.

This step-by-step guide helps children understand concepts like "up," "down," "over," and "under." Helpful red arrows show them exactly how to assemble each fun farm animal. Kids will gain experience with following directions and completing simple tasks.

In addition to all these important skills, kids will be able to let their imaginations run wild with the fantastic world of Lego. Encourage your children to think outside the box to make something truly spectacular!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781548075750
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/29/2017
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Designer Paul Bacio and editorial reviewer Elaine Bacio have three kids who absolutely love Lego. Paul, a former youth pastor and summer camp instructor, is always inspiring them to branch out into imaginative new sets and ideas. Elaine is a certified health coach and a homeschooling mom. The couple lives with their children in San Mateo, California.

Project editor Ann Kositchotitana and her husband, Ronald Chen, are the parents of two Lego-loving girls. Ann works with social causes dedicated to special-needs children, and Ronald collects limited-edition Lego sets. Their daughter, Sofia Chen, who is 9 years old, served as the cover illustrator for the Farm Animals Brick Building Activity Book.

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