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Another weekend behind us and a busy one at that. When I wasn’t working or fighting the Beast from the East I sat down with Jacob to build freestyle. 238 more words

Brick By Brick

A week into the new blog with a couple of posts up, I want to share my thoughts and ideas.

For the future of the blog and my aims for The GingerBrick Man I have been working behind the scenes slowly getting things into place. 264 more words

Grab A Moment

I’ve been thinking a lot about finding time in the day to “give” to my learners — time for them to make and invent, time to think creatively and critically, time to think about possibility, to experience joy, energy, challenge, freedom, and agency. 624 more words

The Penguin Arctic Roller

Jacob treated me to The Penguin Arctic Roller (#70911) for Fathers Day last year and over Christmas I sat down to finally build it.

A relatively easy build, taking around 60 mins for a confident builder, with some nice little details and interesting parts making up the external features. 391 more words

Photo Blogging Challenge - Lego (January 2018)

The Lego theme is an easy one for the GeoKs! We’ve been adult fans of Lego (AFOLs) ever since Mr. GeoK spotted the pneumatic crane set 8460-1… 733 more words


What's This About?

Welcome to The GingerBrick Man blog and my first post as I hope to embark a long and exciting journey with bricks.

Now being an AFOL has its ups and downs with time being a major sticking point. 378 more words

28 Jan : Rewind your childhood with Lego Bricks

Technically perfect size and shape, intelligently manufactured to be built in a particular way, safe for children and not confined to a particular age group – … 285 more words