It has come to my attention that sorting Legos by size, shape or intended purpose no longer meets the needs of my 6 yo Lego-maniac. Color is where it’s at.
This is about a quarter of the Legos we have to sort.
Wow! My son just mixes all his LEGO bricks together. The colors look great though! Happy sorting.
Good luck with that.
The next step is sorting each color by basic shape as well – How many containers do you have??
That is impressive [smile].
Wow. If Marty sees that collection, he’s going to have LEGO ENVY!
[...] Wednesday I posted a picture that showed the beginning of our Lego sorting journey… finally today we are nearly done… PisecoDad just confessed that he was working [...]
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Meet our board game loving family:
MamaGames, the homeschooling, logic-puzzle-playing, Boggle-winning mom;
MechDaddy, the government worker, history buff and Battletech-loving dad;
Catan, the 11-year-old black belt, novel-reading, Dominion-dominating son;
Jenga, the 6-year-old dancer, social butterfly, Apples-to-Apples-fanatic daughter;
Munchkin, the 2-year-old chatterbox, climbing monkey, Scatterpillar-Scramble-scrambling niece.
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