LEGO Lesson Ideas & Resources on the Internet (free and otherwise)
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Our Lego Faith Building Club
I have done a Lego Faith Building Club for 3 summers now. We met once a week, on a Wednesday evening, and included a theme/Bible story and snack time. It has evolved from all summer long (too long) to just six weeks (still a bit long) to dinner first, family-oriented, parents-stay-and-visit-or-build-alongside-their-kids, including toddlers.
This summer with dinner was our best attendance yet.
I found a few wonderful free resources online that I share now with you here. These can get you thinking of how to incorporate Legos into any Bible story.
http://nephilimtheremnants.com...o-curriculum-launch/ --a webpage that features links to the Faith Builders Curriculum I have used parts of. Note: The site is also the lesson writer's site for a book they wrote and I have no opinion of.
In their Faith Builders Lego curriculum packet you can find:
- 10 Bible Study Lessons + Lego Build
- Photos of Projects to Build
- Letter to Leader + Helpful Tips
- Bookmark for Students
- Certificate of Completion
- Weekly Memory Verse Cards
- Insert Invitation & Poster Design
Another gifted writer, Danyelle Ditmer, found these lessons and fleshed them out further with this wonderful lesson set: https://littlepeoplebigword.co...4/01/faith-builders/
Some other internet resources, but these are not free:
http://teachsundayschool.com/legolessons.html 18 Bible lessons using Legos. $9 instant download. This book has a lot of great ideas in it, including:
LEGO Brick Build-a-Scene Plays: For the Plays, you’ll build the scene and tell the tale, moving the little pieces about. All scenes are easy! Beginners are welcome!
- Unmerciful Servant
- The Good Samaritan
- House on the Rock
- The Great Banquet
- Faithless Servant
- The Prodigal Son
LEGO Brick Group Building Projects: For the Building Projects, kids will work together to create the scene or some of the elements from a given parable. This will build teamwork and unity!
- Speck in Your Brother’s Eye
- Let Your Light Shine
- Take Up Your Cross and Follow
- Treasure Hidden in a Field
- The Lost Sheep
- The Unclean Spirit
- The Fig Tree
LEGO Brick Games: Finally, the five LEGO games will burn energy, generate thought, and have everyone smiling and laughing.
- Wheat and the Tares
- The Lost Coin
- Blind Leading the Blind
- The Strong Tower
- The Narrow Gate
https://www.proverbialhomemaker.com/?s=lego This homeschooling mom has a number of lesson sets, like Proverbs, Bible heroes, and seasonal sets (Christmas etc.)
Another great resource is the book Building Faith Brick by Brick: an imaginative way to explore the Bible with children by Emily Given.
(The link goes to her blog describing her six week LEGO class that led to the book.)
Have fun searching, and putting together some awesome Lego workshops!