My baby is growing up. I sometimes look at Jett and can’t believe what he is learning and doing. He is learning to read and follow instructions, and I love seeing him able to accomplish new things.
I mentioned earlier that I have noticed the changes in development with my younger boys in how they play and interact with their legos. You can see them on video here:
I have noticed the same is true with Jett. At 6 years old the I mentioned earlier sets are perfect for him. The main difference I noticed from the regular lego is that the body of the car is one piece, rather than something we had to assemble. Jett was able to follow the instructions, find the correct pieces, and assemble the entire set by himself.
As he is getting older I see he is using his imagination more. The trucks make noises and move, everything has a job to do. The lego trucks are often used to tell a story, and everyone is asked to sit down to watch the show he puts on.
I love seeing him gain confidence and break out of his shell. I love seeing him meet these developmental milestones and it makes me such a proud mom!
This post has been brought to you in thanks to the generosity of JimJam Communications. As always, all opinions expressed are my own and I’m thrilled to share with you why Lego is such a big part of my kids’ childhood.
Comments & Reviews
That is so cool. I love that the sets have the “unfun” parts not need to be built. That is where a 6 year old would check out in LEGO building.
Yes, its perfect for this age. It takes the perfect amount of time for them to build.
My boys love lego so much too! It’s so good for them to learn to build things!
These Legos look very fun for the 3-4 year olds. What am improvement
Little Miss Kate says
I know someone at my house who would go crazy for those construction sets. What a great Christmas gift idea.