Finding Dory is here! We are so excited! Have you seen it yet? I thought we could celebrate its release together with a new set of Lego mosaic patterns. This set of Finding Dory Lego Mosaics includes three fun and fabulous sea creatures from the movie – Dory (of course!), Nemo (because…Nemo!) and Hank the septopus!
Finding Dory Lego Mosaics Patterns
The patterns are available as a free download (details below) for you all to enjoy and with so many of us on school break, whether it be Summer vacation or Winter school holidays, I thought these would be a fun challenge for your school aged kids. But you should totally try them too, they’re heaps of fun!
If you’ve seen the movie, you can follow up with a challenge to your children to create some of the other characters from the movie too. Maybe they could try creating Destiny the whale shark or Bailey the Beluga whale.
This guy Hank, he sure was a challenge!
Download Instructions: Finding Dory Lego Mosaics
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Looking for more vacation fun for school aged kids? Check out Kaleidoscope!
This is STEM, art and literacy like you’ve never seen it before – dressed up in all the colours of the rainbow!
Kaleidoscope: Hands-On Explorations in Colour (and Color!) includes 25 awe-inspiring projects that integrate learning across a range of subject areas. It’s a fabulous resource for teachers, parents, camp organisers, youth and community group leaders, homeschoolers, out of school care educators and more. Pop over to find out more.