Lego® based Therapy Starter Pack Essentials 1

Fantastic FREE resources to help you organise and run Lego® based Therapy interventions at school or at home



Are you ready to organise and run your playgroups in school or at home?

I have to tell you, I’m VERY excited you’re here.

If there’s one skill that’s made an impact on my ability to contribute to others — whether that’s my family, community, team, friends, or even myself — it’s been the ability to create and share with my vision on special needs.

You see…

Understanding children’s needs and knowing struggles that we faced in the school or at home when supporting someone with special needs  — is the key to making children’s and professionals’ lives easier so we can make a huge impact on our lives that we deserve. 

I really want you to understand that, in the end, success of our children comes from contribution. 

It comes from knowing that you’re doing something you believe in and that it makes a difference.

There’s my way of improving outcomes for children, families and educational professionals.

“Helping children to become independent and happy adults”

With a huge pleasure I present to you my Lego – based Therapy Starter Kit Essentials 1 that will help you to organise and run your Lego – Therapy Groups. 

30 pages of Free resources:

  • rules
  • job badges
  • reward chart
  • feeling visual
  • instruction 
  • colour visual
  • team conversation prompts
  • name the brick visual
  • game

So whether you’re a total beginner, an experienced therapist, a parent, a teacher, Speech and Language Therapist, Autism Lead Practitioner, SENCo’s, Headteacher — whoever you are and whatever you do — there’s one thing that’s 100% certain:

Running an excellent, inclusive social communication groups at school can profoundly change children quality of life and help them to become successful, independent and happy adults in the future.

And I will say…

It’s up to you now – and if you’re open to it, I’d love to help. Here is the link to the resources kit.

I really hope it serves you! 🙌

One more thing…

If you haven’t already, post a comment below this post telling me a bit about yourself and, specifically, which of the Essentials 1 Pack you like the most and what other resources would help you and your children to reach your goals. 

Thanks again and “see you” in the comments below!

With 💕 love,

Beata Bednarska 

Founder of Brick by Brick Academy and author of Brick by Brick Programme.

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9 thoughts on “A huge pack of the FREE Resources for all who run social communication interventions”

  1. Hi I have recently started Lego therapy, I am a Teaching Assistant in secondary education and would love some resources and guidance as to how I should run these sessions.

  2. Hi I have recently started Lego therapy, I am a Teaching Assistant in secondary education and would love some resources and guidance as to how I should run these sessions- I have loads of lego and a few instructions but not the right pieces for the instructions what would you suggest?

    1. Hi Hannah,
      Thank you for your comment and question and I’m sure that I will be able to help you, Hannah.
      Before I will give you some ideas I would like to ask you few questions:
      1. Are the instructions, that you have, original?
      2. Are the bricks-the loose bricks or the collaborative sets with missing pieces?
      3. How often do you run your sessions and how many groups?
      4. Do you deal with children with SEND/Autism?
      with love xxx

  3. Hi,
    I have just started lego therapy, I work in a primary school.
    I have 4 groups each group has 3 children.
    The children all have different SEND,
    My instructions are not original but I have been able to begin. I bought a bag of Lego which is ok.
    If you have any ideas, guiidance, resources you can offer I would be extremely grateful.
    I look forward to your reply.

    1. Hi Tina,
      Thank you for your comments. You can find more FREE printable resources on my website here: Please feel free to explore. You can also subscribe to my email list as from time to time I’m creating new resources and I’m sharing them with my audience. A few times a year I organise giveaways (the last one was this Christmas and I gave away plenty of resources). You can also join my Facebook group – All about Lego-based Therapy where you can actively seek advice, exchange ideas and resources. I hope that this is helpful Tina.

  4. Hello, I run a Lego group with a group on 8 year old SEND boys.
    Is there a set programme to follow? I often find myself making it up and don’t feel like it’s being run to its full potential.

    1. Hi Laura,
      Yes, Bea Inclusive offers the Brick by Brick Programme (as a part of the Lego based Therapy Online Training, PDF or a hard copy) and Play and Learn Fun with Bricks (also as a part of the LBT Online Training or as the mini-training). The LBT Online Training that I’ve mentioned is CPD accredited.Please feel free to explore Bea Inclusive offer:-) You can also check how the online training looks like and what is included here:

      Bea x

  5. Could you recommend a specifc Lego kit to use for a group of children in the age range of 8 – 10.

    The children do not have heavy SEN, I am running the group to help them with social and communication skills.

    Thank you

    1. Hi Batia,
      Thank you for your question, and my apology for the late response:-)

      Please find below my advice on the resources, and make sure you choose one that best suits your children’s needs.

      With the younger children up to 5-13 years old (or the developmental age and child might be older), to deliver the Play and Learn and Brick by Brick Program, you will need:
      – Loose bricks
      – Mini figures (at four, two, but I suggest eight) – for example, Marvel positive characters (but this will depend on the child’s interest).
      – At least two small collaborative sets (Lego Classic Theme, for example, 10698 or 10692) that could be built within one one h session.
      – Base plate (medium size)
      This is only an example 🙂
      I hope that this will help:-)
      All the best

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