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4 Fun Games to Make Lego More Interactive

Lego bricks have been “the building blocks” that bring a child’s imagination to life for generations. If you can imagine it, you can build it with these interlocking building toys. So how can you make your projects even more interactive and engaging for you and your little one?

Below are 4 ideas for “constructing” your creative play into fun games that everyone will enjoy.

Lego Labyrinths

Erecting a maze of twists and turns for kids to wind their way through that can easily be easily adjusted to create a new experience and for new skills levels with a simple addition or remove of a few bricks.  This game is a simple and fun way to entertain your kids over and over again since the challenges will keep growing and only be limited by their imaginations.

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Ring Toss

Challenge your child to a friendly game of ring toss. This is also a playful way to help youngsters who are developing their hand eye coordination and spatial recognition skills.

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*Make it even more challenging, add an additional tower after each round. The new goal it to get a ring on each tower.  You can also move back in distance or place towers in multiple spaces for trick shots.

Build, Build, as Fast as You Can

You can make this game as easy or difficult as you want, depending on the age and skill level of each participant. The challenge is to be the first to create a chosen design. Provide each of the players with an equal amount and style of Legos to erect the tallest tower.  Whomever builds the tallest tower in the time frame wins.  You can get even more challenging by giving them more elaborate creations like animals, bridges, or something more abstract like mimicking a specific artist’s masterpiece.

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Create the designs to be built:

*Easy – whichever player builds the tallest tower in one minute wins

*Intermediate – set the picture of the design on the table in front of the builders

*Expert – allow the players to study the design for one minute then remove it from view so the everyone has to recreate it from memory

Beat the Clock Sorting Challenge

This is a perfect option for creating a fun, fast paced game that challenges kids’ color recognition, sorting abilities, and helps them develop their fine motor skills. You can also adjust this game depending on the child’s ages and skill levels.

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*Younger kids like toddlers who haven’t developed the fine motor control to use chopsticks, can use their fingers.

With Legos, the only limit to the fun you can have is that of your own imagination. Are there any games that you and your children like to play with this versatile construction toy?