Make a Robot with LEGO® DUPLO®

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Recommend for: Cognitive, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Toddler, Preschooler, Toy Library

Categories: DUPLO Activities,Sensory

Summary: Why don't you try this Robot on for size with your little one and some DUPLO bricks? #DUPLOPLAYGROUP

A weather bot for making snow in summer. A candy-covered droid with cookies for eyes. Creativity is in the nuts and bolts of robots, allowing kids to think freely and abstractly. Bots are also brilliant for introducing very early science skills, such as math and engineering, and for giving kids the chance to be in charge for once

With all that to consider, it’s looking pretty safe to say that your little one will love making our cute robot. All you need is some LEGO® DUPLO® bricks and voila, there it is, ready to be named and put to work. Don’t worry if you haven’t got the exact bricks for this build, because robots can be made in just about any way. Freestyle it! ! 

Play activity sponsored and provided by LEGO® DUPLO®.

Use the images below or instructional video to create your own robot.

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