Every child deserves to have every opportunity for a great start in life. That is why Living Room Learning (www.livingroomlearning.com) has officially announced website is now online and fully functional. The site has gone online with the objective to promote parental responsibility for early childhood education and learning and will continue to be developed and expanded further. —
The site will providing reviews of Lego products so parents can make informed and suitable choices. In addition, it will provide additional information for older children about building projects such as robots and machines and will aim to show all the current and future Lego products with customer reviews. Another aspect of the site will provide space to post inspirational family success stories.
One recent way that these blocks have found their way into the education system was explored in the news when a fourth grade teacher posted to Social Media how she used the different colored blocks to teach her class fractions during math class.
One of the world’s most iconic brands, family Lego building can create great memories and breakdown generational barriers. The small plastic building blocks help with creating a loving and encouraging home environment which gives the opportunity for a child to express themselves without fear. Using Lego also encourages group involvement with family and friends helping with relational skills.
The blocks, originally invented in Denmark in 1932, have grown into a multi-million dollar industry popular with children of all ages and providing inspiration for spin-off merchandise that includes cuddly toys and video games and even the big-budget Hollywood blockbuster, The LEGO Movie.
For more information, visit http://www.livingroomlearning.com
Name: Ray Burton
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Organization: Living Room Learning
Address: 1204A Willowpark Road North, Hastings 4122, New Zealand
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