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Lego Night is a fun and creative program that allows kids to explore their creativity, imagination, while also developing social skills 

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1. Cognitive Development

LEGO play stimulates critical thinking and problem-solving skills. As children engage in building structures, they learn to plan, strategize, and organize their ideas. They develop spatial awareness, improve their ability to follow instructions, and enhance their concentration and attention to detail.

2. Creativity and Imagination

LEGO sparks imagination like no other toy. It encourages children to think outside the box, explore their own ideas, and create unique worlds and stories. By building and designing their creations, kids tap into their creative potential and develop innovative thinking, which will benefit them in various aspects of life.

3. Fine Motor Skills 

The act of manipulating LEGO bricks strengthens fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. As children grasp, stack, and connect the bricks, they enhance their dexterity and control over their hand movements. This fine-tuning of motor skills lays a strong foundation for activities such as writing, drawing, and playing musical instruments.

4. Social Skills

LEGO play also nurtures social interaction and cooperation. When children collaborate on a LEGO project, they learn to communicate, negotiate, and work as a team. They develop skills like sharing, taking turns, and respecting others’ ideas, fostering positive relationships and empathy.

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