I’m sharing 3 Reasons why building LEGO sets with my daughters is important to me.
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I have always encouraged my daughters to embrace their creativity whatever that looks like for them. It’s important to me as a mom to know that they are always able to tap into their inner creative. LEGO sets offer them the opportunity to be creative while having fun.
The LEGO Friends, Emma’s Art School set, is such a fun build. We were able to create together while talking about how art makes us feel encouraged, strong and proud to be exactly who we are. Through playing with LEGO bricks we can have meaningful discussions while playing and having fun. I enjoy it just as much as they do!
My daughters are five years apart, so building LEGO sets has always been a great activity for us to play together. A five–year age gap can be challenging at times to find appropriate games or activities to play together. LEGO has something to offer for each age. My girls started off playing with LEGO Duplo sets and have enjoyed creating with them since they were two years old. McKenzie loves showing her little sister how to build the LEGO sets and Maven loves playing with the mini dolls and helping her sister.
Through playing with LEGO bricks we are able to bond as a family and build their self-esteem through creative play. It’s a win-win!