It’s time for LEGO® Fun Friday!

LEGO® Fun Friday is a blog hop that will take place on the first and third Fridays of the month.  My oldest son Aidan (age 9) and I created this blog hop so that we can share LEGO® designs and visit blogs to see LEGO® ideas that other kids have created!

This week, Aidan built an Ice Fort for his ninja crew.

The Ice Fort has a jail on the inside.

The ninja crew went out on a mission this morning.

“Wow,” said the samurai, “These are big gorilla tracks!”

“And they’re fresh, too!” said Amaze-O.

“I’m not getting a good feeling about this…” said Luke. (I think that Luke Skywalker is dressed up in the ninja outfit – my boys like to use the head from a certain character and give them other clothes!)

“Nooooooo!  Not the giant gorilla!  Let’s attack!”

Now it’s your turn!  Here’s a button to grab if you’d like to share LEGO® Fun Fridays!

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  1. Kelly Jul 20, 2012

    What a great fort! My Dino Boy also loves to put the peeps together in interesting combinations :-)

  2. Joyce @Childhood Beckons Jul 20, 2012

    Great idea for a linky party! I loved all of the creations and can't wait to see what else is shared.

  3. marsha rickles Jul 20, 2012

    My grandson Jake, who will be turning three the beginning of October, loves to build with Legos. As a preschool and elementary school teacher, I always make our play a learning experience. The other day, I numbered construction papered flames from 1-10. I called a number from 1-10 and Jake had to "put out the fire" on that flame. While the game is meant to be played outside with a real hose, it was raining, so Jake suggested we make a firehouse and fire truck with his Legos and play inside. He found the hose that goes with the fire set and used it. He even got the fireman and two animals to put our the fires. I love to see the wheels turning.
    Your blog is great and always gives me wonderful ideas. Jake loves the new games and crafts that Grandma MArsha brings. Now, he is looking for information on thunder and lightning. Any ideas on an age-appropriate book?

  4. Jen Fischer Jul 20, 2012

    I loved legos growing up and can't wait until my boys are old enough to play with them. My mom still has a big tub of legos at her house and whenever kids (of virtually any age) end up over at her house in relation to a get-together, she pulls them out and instant entertainment.


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