Lego Inspired Games
Build your own Lego man Nametag
Children were building as soon as they entered the party. Their mini me awaits!
Make your own Lego Name Tag
Inspired by Legoland, the first task was a hit with the children. I purchased clear name tags and used a hot glue gun to secure a small Lego brick for the Lego figure to sit on. When the kids arrived, they created their own Lego figure choosing from separated legs, bodies, heads and accessories for the little guy/gal. The only thing I wasn’t prepared for is the time it took to decide on their Lego man parts. It was a big decision indeed:) They then wrote their name on the piece of paper and needed assistance securing it to their shirts. One task complete!
Lego Colouring in Station.
Who doesn’t like to colour in? I printed and cut out oversized Lego figure outlines on different coloured paper.
Pin the head on the Lego Figure
This was a quirky twist on the original format.
How many Lego’s in the Jar?
Fill a jar with Lego pieces. Hint count them as you fill the jar. Closest guess wins!
It’s time to bring out the Lego
In a line were boxes of Lego’s sorted in various colours. Each child was given chopsticks. As you can imagine 20+ kids with chopsticks soon turned into 20+ drummers beating different patterns – enough to drive anyone a bit insane. The only way to stop is to say ‘Sticks in the air!’ Luckily it worked long enough to explain the task!
1. Each child was given a plate – the task was to see how many Lego’s they can grab with their chopsticks and place onto their plate – the most Lego pieces wins
2. The children are split into two teams. They begin with a filled bowl of Lego at the beginning of the line, the task was to move the Lego from bowl to bowl down the line using only their chopsticks. The first team to bring all of their Lego to the opposite side wins.
3. In 10 minutes, how tall can you create a Lego tower without it falling?
4. In 10 minutes, build a vehicle
5. Lego Build! Whatever you create you can take home!
Lego Inspired Decorations
Lego Party Favours!
We used the Lego moulds not only to set the gummy bears but we also used them to make custom crayons! These along with their Lego Creations were the party favors.
I have seen this idea and loved it. In your clear soap dispenses, drop in a few Lego for a little surprise.
Duplo Lego cutlery and plate holders
I had extra Duplo Lego and decided to use these to build napkin, cutlery and plate holders.
Large Lego sign on the front door
Children are sure to know where the party is with a Large Lego Brick proudly sitting on the front door. You can make this out of cardboard or with an old shoe box.