Because with Lego, everything is Awesome! From the second kids get their first set of Lego’s, they’re hooked. And why not? Lego’s give kids the freedom to express themselves creatively. They teach ratio, engineering, mathematics, and spatial awareness. Playing with Lego’s combats boredom, and gives kids a chance to learn while they play (even if they don’t realize that’s what’s happening)! These 25 awesome Lego activities are a perfect mix of building and thinking out of the box. Enjoy!
25 Awesome Lego Activities For Kids!
Your kids can build a Lego dam and experiment with how it holds water!
Camping in the living room? This lantern will light things up!
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Kids can build their own card holder with this cool activity!
How much can a ship hold before it sinks? Find out with this fun build!
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It’s all fun and games until your kiddo builds a chess set from Legos. Then it’s all fun and concentrating games.
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Build this Lego maze and see if the car can make it through!
This adorable pencil holder is easy to make, and perfect for any toy or crafting room.
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Learning about pyramids? Let your kid’s build their own!
Imagine Etch-a-Sketch, but with a Lego car as the stylus….
Here’s a fun experiment: how much weight can a bridge hold?
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This Lego marble run will give your kids a fun afternoon activity and they’ll love trying to make it work!
Your kiddo’s can make Lego faces for the entire family!
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Learn about simple pulleys with this fun STEM Lego activity!
Here’s a whole new spin on ring toss: Lego’s and pipe cleaners!
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Build a Lego balance and watch your kids learn about weights and measures.
Is your kiddo interested in coding? How about secret codes? This fun activity will let them explore both!
Lego shadow puppets are a fun way to build and creatively express.
With these Lego skyscrapers, kids can draw the shadows and compare what makes them different.
Let your kids build a spirograph and create unique patterns they can later color!
How awesome is this Lego sundial? Definitely a fun sunny day afternoon activity.
Even the littles will love this Lego matching game.
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Lego tic-tac-toe lets your kiddo’s play no matter where they are.
Your kids can use Lego’s to build a volcano for their experiments!
Speaking of science, kids will love learning about weather patterns when they make this Lego collage.
This Lego zip line will let your kids figure out what it takes to move their Lego man all the way from one side to another.