Well, we shared a baker’s dozen for Preschool and Early Elementary. Today it’s time for Upper Elementary Free LEGO Printables! The thing is, I couldn’t just stop at thirteen. I found Seventeen amazing free LEGO printables or printable sets for you and this age range! What could be better? Your big kids love legos too!
Turns out there is some great stuff out there for older kids. My kids are pretty excited about two weeks of lego blogging — they love this! My oldest son got to spend a couple hours yesterday doing LEGO art with me. He built a cool lego sculpture of an underwater scene complete with diver and treasure chest/skeleton. Then he spent time helping me photograph it just right for use on the website. As we went, we talked about lego building, art, photography and blogging. He learned so much! Next up on our schedule? Lego Chemistry!
Teach Ratio with LEGO Bricks from the Tutor House
LEGO Word Search and other worksheets from DK-US
Daily LEGO Math Practice from Chaos Appreciation
LEGO Multiplication from Great Peace Academy
LEGO Perimeter and Area Printables from Walking By the Way
Using Legos to Problem Solve (Free Lego Robotics Printable from Teachers Pay Teachers)
Double Digit Addition and Subtraction from HS Classroom
LEGO Chemistry Lesson with Student Pages From MIT (these MIT lessons and pages are beautiful!)
Photosynthesis Lesson Plans with Student Handouts from MIT
Understanding Air Lesson Plan with Student Handouts from MIT
10 Free Story Starters from Kathy’s Cluttered Mind
LEGO Education from LEGO — Several printable lesson plans for various sets. Scroll down and click on each link under Elementary Solutions. On each of those pages, you can print the lesson plan without buying the set. Physics, robotics, writing and more!
Using Legos To Build Math Concepts from Scholastic — several printables here for fractions, multiplication, etc.
LEGO Math Activity Guide from Little Brick Schoolhouse
Beautiful Graphing Charts for Regular Legos (not duplo!) from Milk and Cookies Blog
LEGO Art Lesson Plan from my guest post at Word Traveling
Lesson Plans and Worksheets from LEGO and NASA at LEGO Space
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