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Lego Challenge #7: Garden


Inspired by Sam's Lego Quest, (which is no longer active),  I wanted to start a 
weekly Lego challenge 
that kids can do and you can link up to. 
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This linky has been open for a whole year, and will be closed soon. If you want to link up, please do so this week. 
With the photo, please give your child's age, what country (or, if the the US, what state) you are from and anything your child wants to say about his or her creation.This can be simple or extremely complex, it's up to you. The only real rule is that it has to be custom built. Your own creation, not a pre-designed one.
You can write a separate post for the challenge or you can just add the photo of your child's entry for the challenge to a weekly wrap-up post.

You can also get inspiration with these posts, even though their linkies are closed now. 


You can write a separate post for the challenge or you can just add the photo of your child's entry for the challenge to a weekly wrap-up post.
With the photo, please give your child's age, what country (or, if the the US, what state) you are from and anything your child wants to say about his or her creation. 

by James, age 10, Betterton, Maryland, USA
Lego Challenge #7: Garden

Garden planning is right around the corner! When you think of a garden, what comes to mind?
Show us with your Legos!

This is the strawberry patch with the flags to tell you where you can pick them.

This is the other side of the patch. It also has a man that has harvested carrots.


This man definitely has a green thumb.

Here is a large shade tree.

You can see the blueberry bushes in the back.
If you have an interesting post featuring Legos, let me know in the comments, and I may feature the post in up coming challenges.


3 comments:

  1. This garden is awesome - which of your boys designed it?

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  2. I agree - it's very cool. I love looking at all your Lego challenge posts. I've never commented on one before because I always feel guilty for not getting around to mentioning them to my children. But it's never too late!

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  3. I love your garden. It looks great. I was shocked as I looked at our Legos and realized we don't really have a lot of green Legos.

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