Good, Clean, Creative Fun…
There isn’t a lot you can say bad about LEGOs. Except that they are pricey, when you have three boys who all love LEGOs. And, of course, different ones. But we have more than recovered our cash with the years (not hours, not days) of creativity they have brought to our household.
In this post, my youngest son, and guest blogger, shares how he used a variety of LEGO pieces to create a great king’s throne.
[This was an extra credit part of a writing piece demonstrating chronology and the use of signal words to show that structure.]
“Custom King’s Throne” by Malik Antoine Bennett is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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Linked up with these great blog hops…
- LEGO Party Ideas (birthdayinabox.com)
- LEGO Pencil Cups (birthdayinabox.com)
- Lego Duplo & Fun With Toddlers (abusymommy.com)
- LEGO Ghostbusters Headquarters (gadgetreview.com)
- 400,000-Piece LEGO Hogwarts School (gadgetreview.com)