Again, I feel like a giddy little school girl. I published my second TPT product today: my LEGO Movie Fast Fact Reading Comprehension Task Cards! I absolutely love TPT and I thought for sure that I would be able to find some things that interest my students, like the "LEGO Movie" and "Frozen", and I did find a few things, but not everything I wanted. So I decided to make them myself and share them with anyone who wants to use them with their students.
If you have ideas of movies or books you would like for me to create task card sets for, please let me know. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me in the comment section below. By the way, if you would like to purchase the LEGO Movie task cards, you can get them here.
While my mind is on LEGO, I thought I would share a blog that I've been following lately, and she has some GREAT LEGO stuff to share. She is Allison Waken from All for the Boys. You can get to her blog here. She recently posted about LEGO art and LEGO parties with TONS of pictures and ideas. Is it too early to plan my 18 month old son's LEGO birthday party (in January)?
So does anyone have any unique uses for LEGOs in their classrooms? Do you use them as rewards? Do you have any cool lessons using LEGOs?