Printmaking with LEGO: Create One-of-a-Kind Robot
Have fun creating robot prints using your stash of Legos! This Lego Printed Robot Art activity is a great way to unleash your preschooler's imagination and creativity. Just have fun, embrace the mess, and have fun creating a one-of-a-kind robot!
post may contain affiliate linksWe have collected quite a stash of Lego Duplos from various sets, but you may enjoy making robot lego prints with MegaBlocks or smaller Lego pieces-- using any of these will also work on fine motor skills! I chose Lego Duplos as I thought they would be easier for my preschooler to handle when dipped in paint-- so just use your judgement.
Printmaking with LEGOs
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I chose to work on foil because I thought it would make our robots more "robot-like." And because working with shiny foil is pretty cool! Lay out a bunch of lego pieces and big globs of paint.
Encourage your child to make a robot by stamping the legos into the paint and then onto the foil.
Talk about what pieces to use for the body, neck, eyes, arms, legs, feet, etc!
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