But as moms with tons of LEGOs in the house, we know that not everything works for every kid or every family.
LEGO BRICK STORAGE FOR PLAY
My preschooler especially enjoys sorting the LEGOs by color. While his brother builds, he makes piles. Time to use that gift and find a new system to try and contain all the tiny
I did not realize just HOW many LEGO bricks we had until we tried this new system. We still have a small bucket filled with pieces off on the side, but now my older kids (who care about things like matching colors) can find the piece they are looking for without a complete bin search.
HOW TO ORGANIZE LEGOS BY COLOR
Each pocket is devoted to a color or type of piece. Because it is clear, it is easy to see what is inside.
I think their favorite slot is the one with all the mix-matched and arm-missing lego minifigures. The characters are their favorites.
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Rachel is the founder of the blog, One Crazy House. She is the co-author of 101 Kids Activities that are the Bestest, Funnest Ever! and The 101 Coolest Simple Science Experiments. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and six children.