Build a Fence
Identify various brick orientation; recognize obstacles and solve problems while building a fence around the garden.
Pick bricks to build a thin fence around the garden plate.
Build it all the way around the garden, along the edges...
How to prepare
1 base plate
30 random bricks
Place 2 bricks on the base plate: vertically, in the top left corner, to begin a vertical column.
Place the 28 bricks in the bowl.
Ask “What's your fence for? Can you show me?”.
Ask “What did you do to go around the corner?”.
Add LEGO mini figures to play with.
Change the number of starting bricks for the fence.
Change the size of the base plate.
Peer play: add base plates and build a bigger fence.
Children will develop these holistic skills
- Learn through action, observation, analysis of personal action and observed activity: Repeat a gesture for stabilization and effectiveness
- Spontaneously engage in free and then guided exploration of different tools and different media
- Control motor skills and emotional commitment to succeed in simple actions
- Identify consequences of behaviors in social interactions
Did you know?
Playful experiences encourage curiosity and enthusiastic engagement in early education.
Children at play try harder, persist for longer and think more deeply.
Pre-braille activity groups
Discover and get used to the bricks, learn how to handle, assemble and put them on the base plate.
Learn how to position the bricks on the base plate and be aware that their orientation is important.
Discover the braille cell and how studs are arranged in two columns. Learn how to differentiate the studs.
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