Both of my kids have been huge LEGO fans since they were about four-years-old.
My son loves to build new sets (although he has too many sets in my opinion!). My daughter also enjoys building new sets, but she prefers to spend her time in creative play with the LEGO pieces she has collected.
And as awesome as LEGO are for simply building and engaging in imaginative play, I am in awe of the many super creative ideas many bloggers have come up with to use LEGO in other ways.
In this post I’ve gathered some of the most creative ways you can use LEGO for playing and learning. Whether you use LEGO to teach your children about famous landmarks or you engage in a family game of LEGO charades, I have no doubt you’ll find something on this list your children will love.
Creative LEGO Ideas
LEGO Pirate Challenges from Little Bins for Little Hands
LEGO Challenge Cards from Lalymom
LEGO Reading Aids from Lalymom
LEGO Ice Play from Crafts on Sea
Funny LEGO robots from Brain Power Boy
Coding with LEGO from Brain Power Boy
Famous Landmarks LEGO Challenge Cards from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Games with LEGO
LEGO Tic-Tac-Toe from The Typical Mom
LEGO Party Games from Play. Party. Plan.
LEGO Charades from Adventure in a Box
LEGO Brick-tionary game from Artsy Fartsy Mama
Science with LEGO
Erupting LEGO volcano from Little Bins for Little Hands
LEGO Science Scavenger Hunt from Fun-A-Day!
LEGO Zip Line from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Balloon-powered LEGO cars from Mombrite
Wrecking Ball Block Play from Fantastic Fun & Learning
Learning with LEGO
LEGO Hangman Spelling Activity from School Time Snippets
LEGO Frog Hopping Phonics Game from Growing Book by Book
LEGO Beginning Sounds Activity from Growing Book by Book
Journaling with LEGO from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Spelling Practice with LEGO from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
LEGO Seek-and-Graph Color Activity from Best Toys 4 Toddlers