When making a cereal box cardboard ghost cutout for nature exploration, of course only a Lego brick-themed ghost will do!
The Arts and Bricks’s blog features many activity ideas for kids. Each KIDS ACTIVITY is geared toward preschool or elementary-aged children and encourages creative play and artistic development.
Check out our Keith-Haring inspired elementary-aged art project – featuring The Blue Lego Brick dancing the floss.
Whether you’re looking for REAL LIFE examples or Pinterest-Worthy ideas, we’re all sorting out this virtual school life together. Here’s a round-up of inspirational examples.
Learn how to make, mail, and share a paper hug from your child!
Get inspired by this feat of eight-year-old engineering. Most notable for its rollable hinged digger bucket, its playful functionality is created by connecting eight hinged Lego bricks to the bucket.
Soak up your last days of summer sunshine outside with your little ones making and photographing this adorable nature craft!
Learn why we think this red Ferrari Lego race car set is a great affordable 2020 gift for kids.
This simple project uses oil pastels, black paint, and card stock to make rainbow drawing fun.
Get inspiration for what to write, what colors to use, and how to make your own framed family handprint keepsake.
This simple idea visually displays fractions in a fun and engaging way. No set-up required, you just need markers and paper.
While definitely not homemade playdough connoisseurs, we’re pretty proud of this recipe for Dandelion Playdough.
Free printable to use when making your Quarantine Family Handprint Art.
This simple afternoon-sun activity requires only two craft supplies: a white crayon and a piece of black paper, plus toys!
Create a simple family handprint keepsake for the Covid-19 Lockdown of 2020.