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Legos, Farms and an Educational Playdate!

One of my friends, who happens to be starting homeschooling her daughter this year, invited us to a Farm Party - with a Lego Duplo Theme.  Oh my she went over the top for this party/playdate! 













She had crafts set up for the kids.
She had the felt board out.
She read a story to them.
Kids had a ball - learning - playing - creating!

Love it!

Thanks to my gal pal, Kimberly for all the time and effort you put into the party for the kids!

FUN LEGO FACTS:

The LEGO minifigure represents the WORLDS" LARGEST POPULATION of people with over 4 Billion minifigures being produced in the last 30 years.  That is almost 12 times the population of the US!

There are 915 Million ways to combine 6 eight stud LEGO bricks!

The word LEGO is the contraction of two Danish words,

LEG GODT

which means Play Well!

There are over 2,500 different LEGO Star Wars minifigures!

If you built a column of about 40 million LEGO Bricks it would reach the MOON!



Be Blessed!

Gettin' Krafty With It


Comments

Lindsay said…
What a fun party!! Looks like everyone had a lot of fun! I totally want to eat one of those lego cupcakes!
Kimberly said…
It was my pleasure!!!! Thanks for sharing the day with us!
Love it!

I'm teaching a LEGO class at our Co-op which starts in just a few weeks. Some of these facts will come in handy.

Looks like a fun playdate!
La Donna said…
Very very cute!!!! Joel is getting way into Legos these days. Don't be surprised if some of these ideas are used at his birthday party!!
melismama said…
It was fun and oh so educational!
Kathie said…
Awesome presentation! The little piggies look so cute! It's great that they could have so much fun and learn all at the same time (not to mention enjoy cupcakes, etc.). Thanks for sharing this at Gettin' Krafty!

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