When I asked him if he wanted to build anything he saw in it, he said "Nah".
"Why not"? I queried.
"They don't tell you how to do it and I don't feel like figuring it out. I can see what it looks like already."
Ah well.. at least I asked him. :)
I like that he's learning how to use a table of contents to find the bible book he wants. He's figuring out it's good to have hardcover bible as well, rather than just using the bible apps, how useful it is to put in small pieces of paper in as holding spots as you refer back and forth.
Interesting fact: when I asked him of all the bible he uses, which one is his favourite, he said "The Lego Bible". Why? "because it like it mom, it's a nice bible for boys".
Several full colour pages are scattered through the bible.
Each one has a "Buidling Block Verse" on the bottom.
Bible stories are recreated with lego.
Great bible stories directory in the index.
Small bible dictionary in the index as well.
It's a sturdy bible that should stand up to the wear and tear a child can bestow.
Pages are regular bible quality, good for underlining with pen or pencil, not sure good for highlighting.. but like me, my son uses our tablet bible for such things.