Because we have no shortage of legos/megablocks. This round of up 30 educational LEGO learning activities shows that there are LOTS of different ways to use Legos for math, reading, language arts, history, science and more!
Little boys will love the idea of working like daddy in the garage and everyone will appreciate the fine motor workout you can get from matching nuts and bolts. This idea (and several more in the same post) from Counting Coconuts.
Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game - Good way to visually compare numbers - I would suggest making the corresponding numbers (like 5 and 15 or 8 and the same color to help see the pattern relationship between the numbers and 15
Word Recognition- A bean bag toss for sight words. Use index cards with sight words on them to draw from. Then use chalk to write the sight word on pavement. Ask students to throw bean bag onto the sight word you draw and say aloud.
Snow Slime Recipe--this slime is ICY COLD & sparkly white just like fresh fallen snow- Kids can make OOZING snowmen and stretch and pull this faux snow in ways the real stuff could never allow. Such a FUN way to "play in the snow" this Winter!