Kids love LEGO! Download this printable LEGO activity book that includes six pages of puzzles and kids activities. It’s perfect for a road trip or a rainy day.
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This post was originally published in 2015 and has been updated with new photos to show you more details of the pages before you download. Several of the most popular posts on my blog are LEGO kids activities. It’s no big surprise since LEGO is so popular with kids of all ages. I designed this LEGO activity book with older elementary kids in mind; the puzzles are a bit more challenging than some of my other kids’ activities.
This printable LEGO activity book is perfect for a rainy day indoors or a road trip. It can also be used as part of a classroom lesson. This one has six pages of fun activities featuring minifigures from LEGO Star Wars, pirates, castle, and city sets as well as a few others.
This version has six activity pages and two answer keys. Here are the activity sheets included:
- word scramble (+ key)
- word search (+ key)
- look and find
- mad libs
LEGO activity sheet pages
In the maze, help Yoda find Luke so that he can train to be a Jedi.
The tic-tac-toe page includes the classic game, taking turns to make an X or an O to get three in a row. There are two minifigures at each board; pick a character and play against a friend.
Both the word scramble and the word search includes 20 LEGO-themed words each. If you need help, I’ve included an answer key too.
The look and find page is a sort-of mini I Spy game. Study each picture to find a dozen different items hidden with the minifigures.
The Mad Libs-style story page follows the classic rules. Fold the paper in half and have one person choose a word that matches each number. Unfold the paper and include the chosen words in the numbered blanks to read a silly story about a LEGO fan and his friend.
Printable LEGO activity book
To make this LEGO activity book I mostly used minifigure photos that I took myself, but I also got a few from Pixabay. The font is LEGOTHICK, which you can find on just about any free font site, in case you want to make a few LEGO printables yourself.
This prints on regular 8.5×11-inch paper, but you may be able to scale it smaller and print two pages per sheet to make a mini activity book.
Print all the pages at once or print a specific page by selecting a page range in your printer settings. Please note that this printable is for personal use only. You’re welcome to use it in your home, classroom, small club, or nonprofit group.
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