Numbers with building bricks
by: Building Examples • 305
Build numbers with step-by-step instructions. Playing is fun and will add a lot the development of motoric skills. This puzzle game is really for all ages. Bring the bricks together and follow the color pattern. Form all numbers and make larger numbers. Learn to count while playing. All numbers are available: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0.
The larger pieces allow toddlers to use the blocks with their own small hands. They will lose their imagination with these kinds of three dimensional designs. Let your creativity go and try alternative colors or add small changes. Let the youngest children play and be surprised with the results. Create those elegot figures and get the real and legot figures.
These games are intended to play with colorful interlocking plastic building block toys. The blocks can be assembled and connected in many ways to construct such objects as vehicles, animals, buildings and even working robots. Anything constructed can be taken apart again and the pieces can be used to make other objects.
Help your child as a parent and you will be surprised how fast the toddler and children will pick up the game.
Take a picture and post the creation online. Happy faces will follow and your family and friend club will enjoy.
This kid puzzle needs a set of building blocks like lego or mega bloks. Start with a basic set and have fun exploring this game. The step-by-step instructions are intended to let your kids get more out of these beautiful toys. Most duplo or mega blocks come with limited instructions. These instructions will help you to get the most out of the toys. There are also alternative sets available.
If you like to play with building blocks, then this puzzle game is definitely for you! Have fun with these great constructions.
- Easy and clean user interface
- Free puzzles
- Nice graphics
- For all ages
- Share creations on social media
Tags: lego numbers 1 , lego duplo , lego duplo games
by Marcia French
Jun 12, 2013 | "Awesome"
Very easy to follow. My kid loves it
by Amy Scafuri
Jan 05, 2013 | "Awesome"
It's cool because I built 2013 out of legos with this app:-):-)