Duplo Blocks Counting & Tower Matching Busy Bag

Yay, it’s time to share our first busy bag!

Our kids recently got a set of Duplo blocks and they love them. These blocks are made by Lego and are perfect for little hands.

This is the set of Duplo blocks we own.

Duplo Counting & Tower Matching Busy Bag, Part of 31 Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities @ AllOurDays.com

 Try this activity with your…

The object is to build a tower that matches the tower on the card.

Jonathan likes tracing the number with his finger and counting the blocks before he builds.

Duplo Counting & Tower Matching Busy Bag, Part of 31 Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities @ AllOurDays.com

Then he builds the tower…

Duplo Counting & Tower Matching Busy Bag, Part of 31 Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities @ AllOurDays.com

and checks his work.

Duplo Counting & Tower Matching Busy Bag, Part of 31 Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities @ AllOurDays.com

Click the link below to download this free printable busy bag file.

Duplo Building & Tower Matching Busy Bag

Do your kids enjoy Duplo blocks? Do you think they’ll enjoy this activity?

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  1. Great{!!!} idea!
    Jenna recently posted..31 Simple Solutions :: Easy Sticker RemovalMy Profile

    • I’m always looking for ways to make our normal toys into learning tools. If your child likes Duplo blocks, we have a couple more Duplo activity bags later on this month :)

  2. This is fabulous! I teach preschool, and my kiddos there love duplos, too. This will be a great activity to teach patterning and have fun at the same time. Great idea!
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    • Did you say patterns? :) We just so happen to have another Duplo busy bag to share later this month that is designed for working specifically with patterns.

      (hint ~ be sure to stop by on the 8th)

  3. Thanks for some really great ideas. As a homeschooling mom to four small children (the younger two being 3 and 1), this will be a great series for me. I look forward to following along. :)
    Heather recently posted..Day 3: Homemade Crockpot Potato SoupMy Profile

    • Busy bags are a sanity saver during homeschooling! They are used daily in our home to help the younger kids play and learn while I work with our kindergartner.

  4. I LOVE this! I’ve been wanting to do some king of activity with my little guy’s legos (Mega Blocks), so I’m super excited to see this activity. Yay!
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  5. This is very cool! I just printed it out and plan to try it with both my boys this week. I think the little guy (22m) may be able to match the colors and build the towers, but I don’t think he’ll get the counting part.
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  6. This is such a clever idea! Thanks for sharing the printable too =-) I shared it with my Facebook readers here:https://www.facebook.com/LivingLifeIntentionally

    Thanks for linking up to TGIF & I look forward to seeing you again Friday,
    Beth =-)

  7. Just wanted to let you know at the top right of your blog it says contast us – I am guessing it is a typo. I know I miss things like that all the time & would want to know =-)

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  8. Thank you soo much for providing this!! I’ve seen either these before something similar before and wanted to try it with my girl, but never got around to making the cards up.. thank you thank you!! :) :)

  9. Thank you so much for posting this excellent Busy Bag Learning activity! I am a speech language pathologist and a Mommy of a 2 year old boy. I will certainly using this at home and at work with my kiddos! Thank you again, I love it!

  10. thank you SO much for creating this! i just spent the last hour with my toddlers working on this. i think they’ll understand counting so much quicker now!

  11. Thank you so much for this printable set! This is awesome. I’m homeschooling our children, and my toddlers are so very busy and really want to be included in our school time. I’m trying to put together some quiet bins/independent activities and this will be perfect for my block-building-loving little ones after I take them through it a few times. I really appreciate you sharing your hard work with other moms!! :)
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