18 Ways to Use LEGO Bricks to Teach Literacy

 

18 Ways to Use LEGO Bricks to Teach Literacy - This Reading Mama

Today, I’m sharing 18 creative and hands-on ways that you can use LEGO bricks to teach literacy…from fine motor activities, alphabet activities, spelling activities, and writing activities. The best part about these activities is that they can always be adapted or changed to fit the needs of children/students.
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shapes of words with LEGO Letters

Spelling with LEGO Letters {This Reading Mama}

Writing LEGO Stories {Homegrown Learners}

Fine Motor Activities with LEGO Bricks {Fun at Home with Kids}

Build a LEGO Word Castle {The Pleasantest Thing}

 

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LEGO Spelling Race Around Game {Home Literacy Blueprint}

Building LEGO Letters {Little Bins for Little Hands}

LEGO Alphabet Matching {This Reading Mama}

Practice Adjectives with LEGO Bricks {Educating Laytons}

 

Read and Build a LEGO and The Very Hungry Caterpillar inspired story retelling activity

Build Comprehension with LEGO Bricks {The Educators’ Spin on It}

LEGO Syllable Counting Activity {This Reading Mama}

Play a LEGO Rhyming Game {The Pleasantest Thing}

LEGO Poetry {Small Types}

Teach the Alphabet with LEGO Bricks {Pre-K Pages}

 

sight-words

DIY LEGO Reading Rods {In Lieu of Preschool}

Make an Animal Alphabet {Play Learn Love}

LEGO Word Family Sorting {This Reading Mama}

Build Sentences with LEGO Bricks {Filth Wizardry}

Form Letters out of LEGO Bricks {Crayon Freckles}

 

 

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Comments

  1. This is a great list of activities.

  2. Wow, what a great idea for a round-up. Love all these ideas!

  3. Fantastic round up!

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