Friday 19 October 2012


It was a lot of fun for Tiger, but to call it educational would be a push.  We basically spent a day at a theme park going on each ride multiple times.  However, the day wasn't totally 'wasted' because I saw some benefits from being there with Tiger:
  • Tiger enjoyed the day tremendously;
  • I regained my role as his mother instead of being his teacher;
  • I was reminded that Tiger is still just an 8-year-old boy, even though he may be intellectually capable of doing some tasks that are expected of older children.

What I find to be more useful though, is the story being the creation of Lego:

This post is linked up to:
1) Homeschool Mother's Journal: October 19, 2012
2) Collage Friday
3) It's a Wrap
4) Weekly Wrap-Up
5) Enchanted Thursdays Blog Hop #35


  1. It's so important to just be their moms and not their teachers all the time, isn't it? But, that's not always an easy separation to make! I wish we lived closer to a LEGOLAND!

    Thanks for linking!

  2. Legoland is on our travel wish list!

  3. OOh, we went to Legoland Winsor just a few weeks ago. The mini models of the castles and other buildings were so amazing. It's such a fun place to go!

  4. Legoland is always a blast! Even while he was playing and enjoying the rides I am sure he was still learning while making some great memories with his Mom! Thanks for linking up this week to my Enchanted Thursdays Blog Hop!

  5. We were in LegoLand California a few weeks ago. It wasn't super educational, but a lot of fun for our 9 year old (and dad!). He did get a chance to work with some MindStorms a bit so it a bit more educational.

  6. Thanks for sharing the Lego video. My son loves everything Lego.


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