12 Absolutely Fantastic LEGO Ideas
I have yet to meet a person, be it a kid, or someone who use to be a kid, that does not love LEGO. With the exception of the piece that gets stepped on of course. However, that aside, kids of all ages have been building and playing with LEGO for pretty much ever. And they are creating some pretty amazing things!
I’m talking about more than your run of the mill Death Star replica, I’m talking about Fidget Cubes, Candy Dispensers and Bird Feeders! Since we happen to love our LEGO, we looked for ways to take our LEGO building to the next level, and we found these 12 Absolutely Fantastic LEGO Ideas!
Absolutely fantastic LEGO ideas
These LEGO Balloon Cars by Little Bins for Little Hands, is super fun because of the LEGO and the balloons I admit, but you get to sneak in a little bit of physics as well!
And OH MY WORD! Check out this LEGO Candy Dispenser by Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls! This is some real out of the box thinking, and it’s just brilliant!
If fidget tools and toys are what you’re after, look no further than this LEGO Fidget Cube by Lemon Lime Adventures. Complete with instructions and list of pieces needed, this just might be the LEGO construction that brings a bit of calm to your and / or someone you love’s world.
Coding a LEGO Maze by Research Parent is awesome! Coding is a skill that is getting taught earlier and earlier, and this is a pretty neat way to get started on it.
And of course, a Portable LEGO Kit by Mama Papa Bubba is a fabulous idea for people on the go. This would be great to have on hand for those times when you find yourself and your little ones idle and / or waiting away from home.
This DIY LEGO Soap by Spaceships and Laser Beams would make really great party favours or gifts. For anyone!
If you thought marble mazes were addictive, just wait until you build a LEGO Marble Maze like this one by Tonya Staab. LEGO fun for hours!
Oh! And I need one of these LEGO Desk Organizer by Kids Activities Blog, don’t you? You could also build them for your crafts supplies – think paint brushes, craft sticks, pipe cleaners, etc!
Here’s another absolutely fantastic gift idea! LEGO Bath Bombs by See Vanessa Craft. Yes, that’s right, LEGO. Bath. Bombs.
LEGO Picture Puzzles by I Can Teach My Child are one part cute, two parts whimsy and 100% clever! Another great gift idea, and I think grandparents might really enjoy these!
This LEGO Lantern by Lalymom is pretty freaking awesome and I think you’re going to just have to build it to believe it.
And last, but certainly not least on the scale of absolutely fantastic ideas, are LEGO Bird Feeders by Fun Crafts Kids. Amazing!
Which one is your favorite?
Are you planning a road trip this summer with your family? Don’t miss these fun LEGO road trip activities and hacks: