We have been focusing on legos for the last two weeks at Homeschool Encouragement, and as I searched for LEGO Printables to share with my readers I discovered two things. 1. LEGO Printables are wildly popular with homeschoolers. And with good reason! A large majority of homeschool children love legos, and learning is so much easier when it is connected to something you love. and 2. LEGO Printables are not in huge supply.
While I did find LEGO Printables by the dozen for each age group, it was not without struggle and hours of work on my part. Given the fact that my own kids are excited about the lego printables I was able to find — I decided it was time to start creating some of my own to share.
This first set includes seven note booking pages featuring LEGO bricks and minifies with manuscript/print lines. You can use these as is for letter writing, short essay writing, handwriting practice, or any notebooking project. You can also cut the pages apart and glue pieces into your notebooking project. That’s what my kids do, they write a sentence or two, color the picture, cut out the sentence and the picture and then glue them somewhere else. Or hang them on a window with tape so the light shines through.
Free LEGO® Notebooking Pages is an exclusive freebie for Blessed Beyond a Doubt Readers from Homeschool Encouragement. You won’t find it anywhere else for free. It is just for you! Please let your friends know where they can get their own free copy! Click on the image above to open your copy in a new window. (or just click the words in this paragraph.) Enjoy!