My son Noah has always had a very sharp mind for puzzles, building things and such. We used to marvel that even at the age of 2 Noah could put together 25 piece puzzles without any help. By the time he was 3, he could whip out a 75 piece puzzle while we waited for our dinner to be served.
Noah got a 740+ piece Lamborgini Lego set last year when he turned 6; he had been working on it on and off by himself since Christmas and I told him this month it was time to finish it up!
My son surprises me in many ways. He pretty much did all the work and asked questions when they came up. He had us check how well he was putting stuff together just to make sure everything was done correctly. It amazes me to see him be able to do this as I don't think at the age of 6 I would have had the patience to follow 80 steps to finish a car by myself to completion.
It is amazing to see the joy in his face when he works on his lego sets. Just pure joy and that makes me extremely excited for him.
I think it is the same way for me when I finish a project that I have been tackling. Here is one I have been working on the last couple of weeks:
I am also teaching 2 other classes too. I will have probably 3-4 extra of each of the kits so if this is something you would like to tackle, send me an email using our Contact Us Form.
I will have more details about the kits next week (believe me, they are chock full of Maya Road goodness)