Today's blog post is brought to you by special guest blogger Lia Johansen, BiblioTEC Intern at the Bainbridge Island Library. 

Summer is the perfect time for kids to play with LEGOS. Not only are LEGOS fun to play with, they also strengthen creative and problem solving skills. Kids can build fancy dream castles to fast sports cars; there are endless numbers of LEGO creations.

There are many resources that have LEGO projects. The internet is filled with a variety of LEGO projects and libraries are stocked full with colorful LEGO instruction books.  There are also opportunities for kids to play with LEGOS at a Kitsap Regional Library near you. Check out the upcoming events in August and September. 

Easy LEGO projects for kids:

LEGO dog building instructions

LEGO challenges

LEGO beginner projects

LEGO marble run

Here are a couple of the many lego books available from the library:

The LEGO Ideas Book

The Lego Adventure Book

The Lego Neighborhood Book 


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