Today, my kids and I are trying to estimate how many legos we have in this house. We have 1600 square feet, six kids, and how many legos per square feet again? No wonder we are always stepping on one! It’s a LEGO Extravaganza here at our hosue and I am collaborating with my friend Jen over at Word Traveling to bring you some amazing LEGO learning activities, posts, pictures, videos, and FREEBIES for the next two weeks.
We are sharing amazing Legos everywhere you can find us — so come visit our Facebook pages, follow us on Twitter, check out our Pinterest Boards, and don’t forget Google Plus. My own kids are even excited about this series and I’ve already printed several free LEGO printables for our homeschool this week!
As I’ve been searching out Lego posts to share with you, I’ve found Free LEGO Printables by the dozens! This post links to my favorite LEGO Preschool Printables, but you can find the whole long list plus more LEGO learning on my All Things LEGO Pinterest Board or you can come back all week because I’ve got more to share!
My Baker’s Dozen Best Lego Preschool Printables
LEGO Kids Alphabet Cards from B-Inspired Mama
Learning With LEGO Kit from Great Peace Academy
Duplo Patterning Activity from Well Nurtured Plants and Pillars
Duplo Counting Towers from All our Days
LEGO Counting Graph from Counting With Coconuts.
Activity Guide for LEGO Math from Little Brick Schoolhouse
Count and Stamp With Legos from Deceptively Fun
Learn To Count with LEGO Bricks from Great Peace Academy
LEGO Math Centers from Toddler House (click the links to download each printable you want)
Learn To Read With Legos from The Educators Spin On It
LEGO Addition Worksheets from The Six Kents
LEGO Number Cards from Learn With Play At Home
Create Your Own Minifig Printable from Homegrown Learners
DIY LegoLand Game (Spin-Off of CandyLand) by Inspired By Family
Are you looking for a different grade level? Check out
Free LEGO Printables for Early Elementary (13!)
Free LEGO Printables for Upper Elementary (17!)
Plus, get a free guide to using Educational Lego Books with free Notebooking Pages here:
15 Educational LEGO Books Your Kids Will Love and How To use Them!
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Fun! We love legos and adding them to our school day is always a hit! Great collection of links!
katie d says
Thanks for the mention!!
is there an X, Y, and Z for the lego animal cards?
Gwyn Rollins says
Amy, I seen you were offering free lego printables, I thought you might be interested in my 2 printables. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Robot-Boy-Number-Cards-828545
I also have a lot of free printables on my Teacher’s Notebook site under Preschool Printable. Small word my grandson live in San Clemente and we go to Lego Land also. Great place my grandson love it. Gwyn