These days, our four year old is always looking for new ways to be challenged. I can see his mind changing at rapid speed. It’s seriously so miraculous seeing your child develop in so many different ways. The last year has been full of cognitive milestones for our four year old.
Independent and imaginative play has been a huge part of his play time. It is so amazing to see his mind grow by leaps and bounds. One of our favorite toys for independent and imaginative play is LEGO Juniors. It encourages confidence and fosters independence in all aspects from building to storytelling. He absolutely loves every LEGO Juniors set! The excitement in his eyes can’t be ignored!
LEGO Juniors is designed to provide just the right amount of challenge and creative play for children ages 4-7. The intuitive, playful instructions help our preschooler build each part of the set on his own. He loves that he can build his sets by himself with just a little guidance from us.
As a mom, it’s been an adjustment from parenting a baby/toddler to a growing little boy. I’m learning to slowly take the back seat, as we try to encourage him to do things on his own. But at the same time, it’s a new and exciting chapter of parenting as I watch his independence grow and flourish.
My favorite part of the LEGO Juniors products is how it encourages imaginative play. The storytelling and play ideas that he creates is simply astounding. Some days, I’ll overhear him playing with his different LEGO toys, telling fun stories and role playing. It truly is a joy to see his mind come alive in so many different ways.
We love the LEGO Juniors toys in our house. LEGO Juniors is the perfect way to grow our preschooler’s independence & confidence. The products are perfectly matched to the building skills of his age & stage.
We love our LEGO Juniors! What are some toys your kids enjoy independent & imaginative play?
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4 Year Old Milestones: Independent & Imaginative Play