It is already Day 25 in the Lego Duplo 30 days of play challenge. For 24 days my kids played, created, (and then destroyed) and had a lot of fun playing with Lego Duplo blocks. For 24 days,I shared those precious moments with you here on the blog, on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
Lego Duplo Challenge: A new routine
When I signed up for this challenge, I had in mind my 4-year-old princess. I wanted her to discover the magic of the Lego Duplo. It turned out that every single memberof the family played with Lego Duplo. We developed a new routine in our home. Each day (except on weekends) after dinner, we took a look at the challenge of the day on Today’s Parents site and then enjoyed taking the challenge as a family. It was a great family moment.
Lego Duplo Challenge teaches siblings to play together
Some days, my 4
Lego Duplo: No age limit
Some days, he did not feel like helping her. He wanted to create his own challenges without any interventions. I totally understood that. Sometimes he invited a friend over and created nice pyramids, castles or trains. Even if the LegoDuplo blocks are for ages five and younger, little man played a lot with it. There is no age limit for the LegoDuplo!
We enjoyed the Lego Duplo play challenge. We had a great family time taking it. We will continue to take the challenges whenever we can. My 4-year-old enhanced her skills: she practiced her counting, her alphabet, the colors and shapes. My 10-year-
And you? How did you take the challenge? How did you find it?
Disclosure – I am participating in the LEGO® DUPLO® program by Mom Central Canada. I received compensation for my participation in this campaign. The opinions on this blog are my own.