Combining sensory play and math activity we came up with this super simple Lego seek and graph by color sensory play idea. You can download printable chart we used in this activity and let your toddlers try this easy math activity.
Several days ago, we picked up a copy of Learning with Lego® book and decided to try some of the ideas.
Today, we’re sharing a combo of 2 ideas found in this book – LEGO® based sensory bin and color graphing!
How to setup Lego Sensory Bin for Graphing Activity
Setup for this learning activity is really simple – rice based sensory bin (we used mini tub for this activity), graphing chart (download and print) and LEGO® bricks in different colors.
My daughter loves to play with rice and using sensory play for learning is always welcome around here!
She loved going through the rice and finding bricks. Once I explained what to do, she completed the activity all on her own.
We finished with counting and comparing bricks she collected.
There are several other activities we would like to try from this book!
My younger would like to try Lego® Ring Toss (page 6) and Bowling (page 28).
My older would like to give a go with Balancing Scale (page 20) and Paint Machine (page 48).
As for me, I’m sure we will use the ideas for inspiration for many upcoming projects in next few summer months!
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Click here to download and save LEGO COLOR GRAPHING CHART!