Snap Together Stories are the perfect addition to the millions of building bricks you have scattered around.
Do you have a child who enjoys playing with LEGOs?
A few years ago when I was working as a special education teacher, I had a classroom full of boys who LOVED LEGOs.
I searched high and low for brick design cards to used in our independent play centers. I never did find what I was looking for that year, so I knew it was something I needed to create.
Snap Together Stories can supplement your child’s building brick (LEGO) pieces. Each snap together story contains a detailed brick inventory list, themed story line and nine corresponding LEGO-style designs.
Each storyline uses poetry and clipart to introduce the objects as well as a repeating “Can you build a _____?” question on each brick page.
There are four seasonal story sets in this bundle.
Plus, who doesn’t love a convenient storage option, especially where LEGOs and Snap Together Stories are concerned?
Snap Together Stories fit inside a 6×6 inch clear storage container, with a LEGO baseplate inside the lid. This will allow you to take your Snap Together Story anywhere. Bring it with you to restaurants, on long car rides, in waiting rooms, or even use as a center option in an early childhood or elementary classroom.
Also, don’t forget to head over to my resource library to get your FREE bin covers. The cover printable has 20 different kid designs to choose from. Each with a spot to write in your child’s name.
Here are the links to the bin and adhesive baseplate. I easily cut a 10×10 inch baseplate into a 6×6 inch square (19-20 dots wide/long) with a household razor blade so that it fit snugly inside the lid.