A box of LEGO bricks is possibly the best gift you can give a child. It’s fun for boys and girls of all ages. If your kids are new to LEGO or they’ve been building for years, this printable LEGO challenge card game is a fun way to guide their activities.
This post is part of a Christmas in July blog series. Every Wednesday I’m sharing a printable game that makes a fantastic DiY gift.
This is week three of my gift to you – handmade games to give. My son was instantly excited when he saw these LEGO challenge cards.
I think they would make a fun stocking stuffer or an accessory to go with a new box of LEGO bricks.
Printable LEGO challenge card game
This printable includes two pages. They fit on regular 8-1/2″x11″ printer paper with 8 cards per page. After you print, simply cut them out around the edges. I left a small margin of white around mine.
For more durability, you could laminate the individual cards.
Both of my kids sat down and played with the cards for a bit. I shuffled the deck and laid them face down. Each child drew a card and then built what it said.
I made these to be simple enough that preschoolers with a basic block set should be able to build. They’re also just as much fun for older kids who could get more elaborate with those weird special pieces.
Here’s a peek at a few of the challenges.
Christmas in July blog hop
I joined a group of crafty bloggers to share a month of Christmas ideas! Visit these bloggers for more creativity every Wednesday this month and if you’re a blogger, feel free to leave a link to your own Christmas ideas.
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