L is for LEGO Building
Most families, including ours, have their fair share of Lego sets. They are fun, addictive, and a great project for kids! My girls like them and I am always on the lookout for sales and coupons to offset the price. Often we have gotten the girls a new Lego set for special occasions, and several sets have gotten us through some difficult hospital stays.
So what do you do when you have bins full of Lego's but have either lost or worn out the instructions? My girls are the type who like to follow the instructions step by step to build an intricate project that looks just like the picture!
I came across an independent website (that is not affiliated with the Lego company) that has listed ALL the Lego projects that have ever been made. You can find the project you would like to make, click on those instructions, and have the step by step pictures for building that Lego creation right at your fingertips! If you leave it on a browser for the kids to use, you don't even have to print it out! They can just click through the pages.
While I do try to save the instruction booklets, it's great to know that a resource like this is available if we need it, or if we want to take a big bin of Lego's and try out something new!
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