Take your kid (aged 6 to 14) to your local Lego Store for their free monthly Mini-Build event. This month, they'll show you how to make a tiny igloo, on Tuesday January 8th at 5pm. Contact your local store to make sure they are participating in this event. Details for my local store at NorthPark Center in Dallas are here.
The Continuing Adventures of Lego Burn Notice
Now, I can put my tiny Lego Michael Weston from Burn Notice in mortal danger not off the coast of tiny Lego Miami, but off the grid in tiny Lego Alaska, trying to protect tiny Lego penguins from being eaten by tiny (but giant) Lego Polar Bears, who not coincidentally look eerily similar to tiny Lego Abominable Snowmen.
All the while tiny Fiona and her big gun keeps an eye out for Lego bad guys driving Lego dog sleds, and Sam drinks a tiny spiked Lego cocoa. Tiny Lego Madeline laughs at Sam while puffing on her tiny Lego cigarette, because he is trying to ride a tiny Lego walrus and drink that tiny cocoa all at the same time.
What boy children do with Legos: the cast of Burn Notice.
Lego Magazine for Free.
Don't forget, you can get your kid a FREE subscription to Lego Magazine or Lego Jr Magazine here. Luka can't wait to get his magazine every month, and keeps and reads every issue over and over and over.
More inside fun.
Looking for more fun stuff to do inside where the weather doesn't suck? Check out my Pinterest board of Kids Activities and Crafts here. Or make them some crazy looking food from my Pinterest board Kids Eat This here.
Lego Coloring Pages.
Luka also likes to color. Alot. You can find a plain Lego Minifigure template to color here. And don't forget to check out my master list of hundreds of your kid's favorite cartoon character coloring pages to color here.
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