We were sent LEGO with Dad in exchange for an honest review
I find building with LEGO bricks very relaxing, it also helps me connect with my children, we are often found building.
There are many benefits to building with LEGO bricks. It’s good for communication skills, good for self confidence, it helps fine motor skills and is a really effective form of mindfulness.
LEGO bricks are an endless source of imagination for children and adults.
Over the years we have accumulated a lot of bricks. We literally have boxes upon boxes!!
If like me you have boxes of bricks but are stuck for what to do with them, then you really need to check out a book by Warren Nash – LEGO with Dad.
LEGO with Dad is the ultimate guide to utilising your bricks to make creative new projects. No expensive new sets are required!
The book is filled with detailed instructions and pictures on the basic building techniques, as well as more advanced and complex builds. This book is perfect for parents and kids at any skill level.
Its aimed at children aged 8-12 years, however, my 6 year old has really enjoyed this book.
The book features step-by-step lessons for fun projects including:
Classic creations – Bird, pencil pot and a rainbow
Fun for everyone – Photo frame, bookends and a phone speaker
For the adventurous – A space rocket, gas station and cargo ship
The book also has a section on LEGO in motion where you can build a playground swing, cable car and helicopter.
This book will show you how to explore the world of bricks together and help you create lifelong memories. It’s the perfect gift for the LEGO mad!!
The book is available to purchase here – Lego With Dad | Warren Nash – Pigeon Books