Little Brick Schoolhouse

WELCOME to this new website! If your kids love to build with LEGO bricks as much as mine do, you will surely find it useful. The pages are still growing as we keep adding more stuff, so if you'd like to join our mailing list to be notified of updates, send an e-mail with the word "LEGO" in the subject line to . Or you can bookmark this page (press CTRL+D on your keyboard) and check back often. Soon we will have an e-book of activities, too! In the meantime, you can click here to download a FREE Activity Guide for LEGO Math.

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The interlocking plastic LEGO® brick is perhaps the best educational toy of all time. It’s definitely one of the most popular! This isn’t surprising, since LEGO® products hold virtually unlimited potential for hands-on learning and fun.

The LEGO® company manufactures detailed models of buildings and vehicles, elaborate sets based on exciting themes, plus bulk collections of assorted bricks that can be used to create anything one can imagine. A wide variety of mini-figures, accessories, and other parts are also available.

Children and adults of all ages utilize LEGO® elements in hobby and play rooms around the world. LEGO® products are used in classrooms from preschool to college for teaching math, science, and language skills as well as architecture, engineering, and technology principles.

The LEGO® group has always focused on learning through play. A staff of child development experts ensures that their toys are appropriately challenging. Two key aspects that the company tries to incorporate into all of its products are "hands-on, minds-on."

The LEGO® brick has inspired generations of innovators – including Jonathan Gay, the inventor of Flash; Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founders of Google; and Eileen Fisher, clothing designer. Numerous artists create their own LEGO® structures, scenes, and sculptures.

LEGO® toys encourage children to use their imaginations, to understand spatial concepts, to learn cause-and-effect, to develop hand-eye coordination, to improve manual dexterity, to reinforce problem-solving skills, to work independently or as a team, to feel a sense of accomplishment, and of course to have fun!

This website features all sorts of educational projects, lesson plans, unit studies, and creative play ideas that you can do at home or school using classic LEGO® components. Most activities will also work with other brands of plastic bricks. Happy Building!


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The Little Brick Schoolhouse is not affiliated with The LEGO® Group of companies and LEGO® does not sponsor, authorize, or endorse this site or its content. LEGO® is a registered trademark of the LEGO® Group of companies. This means that the word LEGO® is a brand name and should technically be used as an adjective (e.g., LEGO® bricks, LEGO® toys, LEGO® models, LEGO® sets, etc. – not “Legos” as is so common in everyday speech). In addition, LEGO® is actually written in uppercase letters. LEGO® fans, let's stand behind this special brand by not diluting their trademark. Visit the official LEGO® website: www.LEGO.com.