Get Kids involved in these fun Lego Crafts and Activities for International Lego Day!
Lego bricks are among our favorite things to play with… All. Day. Long. The kids absolutely love building and creating and throwing them around for us to stamp on – Ouch!
Lego bricks have become so popular that people refer to building blocks as simply Legos! Here’s some trivia about the name: the patent for the original LEGOs brick system was filed on January 28, 1958 and the day is now observed as International Lego Day. Not that Lego fanatics needed another reason to celebrate their favorite pastime!
Of course, the obvious way to celebrate would be by building our own fantastic LEGO creations . (Just walk around barefoot and you’ll be sure to find a couple bricks.) If that sounds passe, you might be interested in these wonderful Lego Themed Crafts and Activities that you can enjoy with your little Lego fans!
10 Lego Crafts and Activities for International Lego Day
Get the older kids going with this fun and easy Paper Bag Lego Man puppet craft from Crafty Morning. There’s a bit of cutting and gluing to keep the kids busy. Modeled on Emmett, this is perfect to make after watching the Lego movie!
Send your kids back to school with these adorable LEGO-inspired backpack tags from Simply Kelly Designs. So easy to make – just download, print and cut!
For your next costume party, try these fun Lego block costumes from Kids Activities Blog. With just cardboard boxes and spray paint, you’ll have an adorable costume that your kids will love!
This Lego Marble Run from Create Celebrate Explore makes for a fun and engaging school holiday craft! Lego bricks form the maze for a marble to roll through – a sure hit on play dates and birthday parties!
FrugalFun4Boys has shared two simple Preschool Math Literacy activities using Duplo blocks. One involves putting the numbers 1-12 in order and building matching Duplo towers. The second one involves matching Lego blocks to pre-printed patterns. Learning was never so much fun!
Play doh and Lego make a great play combo especially for younger kids. This Lego printing activity from Toddler Approved is super simple and requires materials that you probably already have around the house.
Upcycle an old baby food jar or mason jar to create this beautiful and unique craft from Minnie Co. Kids can create their very own Lego scene themed snow globes featuring their favorite mini figure!
We just love, love, love this fun and bright pencil holder from Kids Activities Blog! You can use any color combination of Lego bricks – it has certainly added some cheerful color to my girls’ art space!
Make hand-washing a fun and sought after activity for the little ones with this easy and super cute Lego Soap and Hand Sanitizer from The Rockin Boys Club. No more delays in washing hands anymore!
Keep losing your keys and need a solution? Look no further as Lego bricks come to the rescue to create this DIY Lego Key Holder from Minnie Co! There are SO many ways you could customize it to fit your personality!!
Did you know:
- LEGO makes more tires than any other company globally
- The LEGO® name is made from the first two letters of the Danish words LEG GODT, meaning “play well”.
- LEGO DUPLO bricks are eight times the size of original LEGO bricks – yet they both connect together.
- On average, every person on the earth owns 86 LEGO bricks!
You always knew Legos were super versatile and that you could build anything with them. But we’re pretty sure you didn’t know exactly HOW versatile they could be! Enjoy the upcoming weekend with some Lego crafts and activities – the whole family will love to join in!