Read, Build, & Win!

I am so excited about today’s review and giveaway! This review was really done by Hudson, so that’s what has me so excited. Hudson is in this really fun stage where he is just a sponge. He never stops talking. He loves hands-on activities and loves to make things. He loves to learn, and he especially loves to read!

Hudson and I were given the opportunity to review the new LEGO DUPLO Read & Build Set. LEGO DUPLO is introducing its new line of Read & Build products. These sets come with bricks (or LEGOs) that allow preschool aged kids like Hudson to engage with the book storyline in a hands on way, which helps them learn to read.

The set comes in a box with a sturdy board book and twelve bricks. Hudson absolutely loves books and he loves to build things. He is constantly stacking things and using LEGO bricks at home. So I knew he would get so excited about this set!

He immediately wanted to start putting things together using the bricks, so I started reading the book to him. The story was about a girl named Penny and a boy named Joe. Penny needed an airplane, and the story told us how to put together the airplane. It shows you the picture of all the different bricks you need and how to put them together.

It was so simple that Hudson was able to figure out how to do it by himself. And he was so very excited that he built something that looked exactly like what he saw in the book! He kept walking around showing everyone the picture of the airplane in the book and showing us that he made one that looked just like it.

Then we built the car for Joe. Hudson kept wanting to play with the airplane and the car, but he only wanted to play with them if we could read the book at the same time. I’m excited that Hudson is learning more and more about reading. He recognizes some sight words and has learned all of his phonics over the last year. It’s fun to show him new ways to learn to read, so I’m really happy that LEGO DUPLO has introduced this new product line to help engage kids with reading.

For a chance to win a $100 LEGO gift card, tell me how do you think Lego Duplo Read & Build will help your child learn to read?

Visit LEGO.com to see other Read & Build sets and order online. Check out BlogHer.com to find other reviews and more ways you can enter to win.

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  3. Samantha jo Campen says:

    My son LOVES direction pamphlets so I think this would not only capture his attention but provide the necessary prompts to identify words and patterns.

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  4. I think having a book he can interact with will definitely encourage my 3 year old to read!
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  5. Jeffrey says:

    Both my boys love Legos. I saved my sets from when I was younger and they play with those also. Lego Duplo Read and Build is an excellent idea for kids that are interested and reading and definitely for those that aren’t. My oldest has fun putting together Lego sets using the instructions and making things off the top of his head. Legos in general are a great learning tool.

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  7. Jennifer Hansen says:

    My daughter is absolutely obsessed with Legos – we are hoping to go to Legoland later this fall with her. jenniferlynnhansen at yahoo dot com

  8. Nivedita says:

    My daughter loves Lego Duplo’s more than the normal sized Lego’s as she finds it easy to handle. Plus she is interested in buliding things with the Duplo’s. For someone who has just started following directions , i am sure the Read and Build will help in enhancing her skills !!!!

  9. maria cantu says:

    The kids already love legos so this will be very exciting to see them having fun and learning at the same time.

  10. Erica Best says:

    my nephew turn 5 this week and this would be a fun gift for him it is his first year of school

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  12. Tabathia B says:

    I think since it’s an interactive book with pictures demonstrating how to use the blocks and how to build that it would help with reading and learning

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  15. Betty C says:

    I love the idea of combining reading with Legos. My children always wanted to do things themselves without Mom and Dad and this encourages them to see just how to accomplish that.

  16. anash says:
  17. I don’t have kids, but I am sure that just mixing fun with learning is the best way to teach kids. I know that is how I like to learn! LOL
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