This month’s Lego Brick Challenge is ready and it includes a FREE printable.
I have 5 boys, ranging in age from 16 down to 6. So I’m sure you can imagine that we have lots of Legos at our house; probably too many and most of which are either on the floor or thrown into bins with no rhyme or reason. So at the end of last year I decided to create a monthly Lego challenge so that they could be more intentional when it came to building and playing with their Legos.
Here is a list of Lego builds for the month of January that I have come up with. Some of them are links to other sites where you can find building instructions if you’d like. Or just have your child be creative and see what they come up with for each daily prompt on their own.
You can find the download link for the handy printable below – hang it on the fridge or put it in a convenient place to refer to each day.
February LEGO Brick Challenge Ideas –
3. Football field
4. Polar bear
10. Tennis racket
12. Winter scene
15. Top hat
16. Something red
17. Music note
18. Breakfast food
19. Favorite game
20. A planet
22. Log cabin
26. Favorite fruit
Find ALL the monthly brick challenges here.
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