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DIY Portable LEGO Kit with 24 Free Printable Activity Cards

DIY Portable LEGO Kit with 24 Free Printable Activity Cards
Now that it's not pitch dark around dinner time anymore (thank you, summer!!!), we've been going out to dinner more often. I usually pack a few things for S to play with while we wait for our food, and with it being LEGO week and all - I was inspired to put this together. S looooves it. Here's what it looks like - a little plastic container with a snap-close lid and it has a handful of LEGO bricks and some activity cards. (Any plastic container that will fit in your purse/bag that snaps closed should work. S picks an activity card and then makes the matching structure. Voila! To make this set, I picked the following bricks from our LEGO stash (you will want to pick the same if you are using our Free Printable Activity Cards (Set 1, Set 2, Set 3). Here's what it looks like totally unpacked. S has really enjoyed it thus far. There are 24 activity cards (Set 1, Set 2, Set 3) you can download and print for personal use (you may not distribute them on your website). <a HREF=" Widgets</A>

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