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Lego Party Games!



Want to throw a Lego Party?
Here is a very simple way you can add another element of fun AND cute decor to your party!

Supplies:
  • Cardstock in whatever color(s) you want
  • Scissors
  • Marker
  • Tape

Game Time!
1. Cut each piece of cardstock in half, then half again. This will create rectangles the perfect shape of a lego. :)

2. On the front of each rectangle, draw 6 circles. A very simple way to make it look like a lego. :)

3. On the BACK is where you can get creative with how you want to use these legos. Here are some ideas:
  • Write the letters L, E, G, or O on each lego. Split the group into 2 teams and have them take turns picking a lego. The first team to get all the letters to spell "LEGO" wins!

  • Print out (or find stickers) of different Lego Figurines. Make sure you have 2 of each figurine! Put them on the back of each lego. Split the group into 2 teams and have them take turns picking a lego. Whichever team has the most matches at the end wins!

  • **This is how we used them**-- instead of having this be a Matching Game, I just wrote the numbers 1-16 on the backs. Before we did our Lego Pinata activity, I had each boy choose a Lego card. Then they lined up in that order. That way there was no fighting over who got to go first, and it was smooth sailing. :)




Depending on how you use this you may want more or less Legos. We used 16 and taped them on the wall.
You could also tape them all over the walls in different places for some easy decorations!
OR
Make a Garland out of them to hang up somewhere!
So many choices, so simply done. :)

And if you're looking for MORE fun and easy Lego Party Games, check out these posts!

http://www.littlefamilyfun.com/2014/03/how-to-make-lego-pinata.html

http://www.littlefamilyfun.com/2014/03/lego-straw-race.html

http://www.littlefamilyfun.com/2014/03/lego-spoon-race.html


HAVE FUN!!

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