by Caitlin Dougherty
Lego Challenge- How many Legos are in the jar? Have the guests guess how many Legos are in the jar. The guest who is the closest wins a special prize!
Party Invitations - Send out Lego themed invitations. You can design an invitation to look like a Lego or include a Lego inside the invitation.
Lego Skyscraper - Give each child a pile of Legos. See how tall they can make their Lego skyscraper before it falls over.
Lego Cars: Have kids “race” to build a miniature Lego car, which they can then play with at the party.
Lego Scavenger Hunt - Hide Legos around the house or outside and have the guests collect them in bags.
Lego Pinata – Fill a piñata with Lego shaped candies or Legos.
Decorate - Make decorations out of Legos for the party, such as names of the birthday boy or girl, silverware or napkin containers and a Lego centerpiece.
Lego Candy Bar: Decorate a candy bar with Lego sets that you build with your child.
Drinking Cups: Draw Lego faces on yellow cups.
Juice Boxes: Cover juice boxes with construction paper, then cut out two circles and glue them on the paper so it looks like a Lego.
Lego Bingo – Create or print a Lego bingo sheet. Use Legos to cover the board and the first one to get Bingo wins a prize.
Goodie Bags – Create goodie bags that the kids can take home that go with the Lego theme. You can create them to look like a Lego or you can draw a Lego face onto the bag. You can fill the bag with different Legos and goodies.
Lego Toss – Tape different color poster board strips together, write 10, 20, 30… on each strip, and give each guest a certain amount of Lego pieces. The guest who gets the most points wins a special prize!
Lego Brownies – Cover the brownies with frosting (color of your choice), cut them in rectangles and add M&M’s of the same color on top of the brownie so it looks like a Lego.
Pin the heart on the Lego –Draw or print out a picture of a Lego character, blindfold the guests and see who can pin the heart in the correct spot.
Lego Pops - This pop is made out of marshmallows. You will need large marshmallows as well as small ones. Stick a small one on the top of large marshmallow, then use yellow edible color mist and edible markers to draw the face on.
You can also check out “Lego Party Ideas” on our Pinterest board: pinterest.com/bosparentspaper/