LEGO Warehouse Sale August 2018
LEGO Warehouse Sale
The annual LEGO warehouse sale is back! See you at Tiendesitas Building C Level 1 (facing C5 road). Door opens at 11am and closes at 9pm. Please bring your reusable bags when shopping!
Tiendesitas Building C Level 1
August 16-19, 2018
10 Skills Children Learn from LEGOs
1. Fine Motor Skills
Playing with LEGO bricks can help build your child’s motor skills. Your kids use their hands and fingers to pick LEGO pieces and build things.
Children love to play and if they play with LEGO toys it will help them build up strong muscles in their hands that can also help them do other skills, like writing.
2. Teaches your kid Team work
Kids who play with LEGO bricks turn to their imagination to create adventures, play heroes, villains, animals, and even family members. Also letting them play with other kids will enhance their social skills and cooperate with other kids.
3. A Sense of Accomplishment
The kids can build something out of their imagination that they can be proud of. This will give them a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. They can be proud of the amazing work of art that they created and show it to their friends and family.
Playing with LEGO bricks will teach your children the importance of persistence. In order for them to create something good they need to do hard work and be persistent. Although sometimes it will give them a heart break when something they created comes crumbling down, you can teach life lesson that although they feel defeated, they still can rebuild it again.
5. Solving a puzzle
A bucket of LEGO bricks becomes a great opportunity to learn solving puzzles by building blocks and other little pieces to form a plane, tower and more.
LEGO teaches your kids to use basic materials to complete a task. Also they can experiment with the LEGO bricks by doing trial and error to create one beautiful creation. With the help of their imagination they can create something by trying out different things which is the same with doing science experiments.
7. Technology and Engineering
With the help of LEGO bricks you can show your child how to build cool bridges, buildings and towers which can inspire them to become an Engineer someday.
Imagination and creativity is some of the things that makes playing with LEGO enjoyable. You get to create a lot of things. A child’s imagination is the only limit!
Symmetry, patterns are also some of the things that your child can learn from playing LEGO. But do you know that you can also teach them math with it? For example, teaching them to count the bricks. You can also try to give them a limited number of LEGO pieces to complete a task to teach them that each LEGO brick counts and has a value.
10. Improves communication skills
Parents playing with their children have a healthier relationship because they have better communication with their kids. When you play with them you tend to know what your children likes and dislikes. Children learn to express themselves by explaining their ides, describing their work, the processes that they used on their LEGO creations.