LEGO DUPLO 30 Days of Play – Day Eleven


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One of the hardest things a child learns, is their alphabet. It is something we see every single day and something we use every single day. Children can find it very hard to learn all those letters and get bored fast… so why not make it some fun with the help of LEGO DUPLO! Day Eleven’s challenge really got the wheels turning in our house putting the alphabet together to make it whole. This challenge got them singing their alphabets, figuring out the orders and just having plenty of fun. With a previous LEGO DUPLO set we had, WeeMan even built his own train engine to coincide with this challenge!

LEGO DUPLO 30 Days of Play – Day Eleven

 

Build a train that will please and help learn ABCs! Build the train and place the alphabet bricks randomly around; drive the train car around to pick up alphabet bricks in sequence and deliver them to the platform. Building a train of letters builds imagination, letter recognition and an understanding of alphabetical order.

This LEGO DUPLO activity has been designed to use your kids fine motor skills and social development. It is a great way to inspire them to do their alphabet, while still having lots of fun. The alphabet is something every child needs to learn, so why not use LEGO to do it with them!

Ready to check out our LEGO DUPLO Alphabet Train creation?

There are so many ways you can inspire your kids with LEGO DUPLO. Why not use it to get them doing their alphabet?! Tell us how LEGO DUPLO has inspired education in your home now! Want to see other LEGO DUPLO 30 Days of Play Challenges we’ve done? Simply go to our 30 Days of Play page to see what we’ve done.

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