The Bowman Library has a new addition for the LEGO Club. Recently we added a display case for LEGO creations and cards for a name, age, and description, so we’ll know the artist behind the creation!
As mentioned in a previous blog post, LEGO is a wonderful way to build skills such as fine motor control, creativity, spacial awareness, and problem solving.
The last month has been full of some great LEGO creativity as our club members helped us celebrate the Chinese New Year, created homes for hibernation, and celebrated the birthday of Laura Ingalls Wilder by creating structures you may have found as a pioneer.
This coming week we’ll have a brand new challenge when we think of ways to stay warm for the winter. Our final February challenge on the 27th will be the world of Doctor Seuss, with zany homes, crooked roads, truffula trees and more.
So, stop by and join our LEGO Club at 4:30 on Monday. LEGO Club is free, designed for children ages 6 to 12, and meets every Monday afternoon at the Bowman Library.