Valentine’s LEGO Challenge, Fun Printable game

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Need a fun group activity or have a child that just really loves building with LEGOs? Then this Valentine’s LEGO Challenge is for you! This challenge is full of valentine themed LEGO builds and is made to be used in a group, such as a class party, or at home for fun!

This challenge is full of valentine themed LEGO builds and is made to be used in a group (think: class party) or at home for fun! Includes 5-page PDF with instructions and 18 cards to print and cut out.

How to do the Valentine’s LEGO Challenge?

This fun printable includes 5-page PDF with instructions and 18 cards to print and cut out. You can do this as a game with 2 or more players. You can also have your child complete the challenges on their own for a fun homeschool or snowy day activity! You can do this with just about any age group. My five-year old and my sixteen-year old both had fun with this. For us, we have been using it to break up the monotony of homeschool days.

When printing out the cards, be sure to use card stock so that you can’t read the writing on the other side. Also, card stock is more durable for using this game multiple times.

This challenge is full of valentine themed LEGO builds and is made to be used in a group (think: class party) or at home for fun! Includes 5-page PDF with instructions and 18 cards to print and cut out.

 

Some of the Creations from the Challenges

Each of the cards have different challenges like hearts, rings, and gifts. We just played for fun, but if you are doing it as a game, you can have someone be the judge of the creations. When my kids did these, here are some of their interpretations:

The Ring

Valentine's Lego Challenge ring

 

Heart

This challenge is full of valentine themed LEGO builds and is made to be used in a group (think: class party) or at home for fun! Includes 5-page PDF with instructions and 18 cards to print and cut out.

 

Gift

Valentine's Lego Challenge gift

 

Download the Printable

To download, please click the link below and follow the instructions.

Download Valentine’s LEGO Challenge

This challenge is full of valentine themed LEGO builds and is made to be used in a group (think: class party) or at home for fun! Includes 5-page PDF with instructions and 18 cards to print and cut out.

 

Final Thoughts

I hope you and your family enjoy doing this fun Valentine’s LEGO Challenge game! If you do, be sure to tag @bearhavenmama in your social media posts so that I can see your creations! Also, don’t forget to pin and save this game for later and be sure to check me out on Pinterest for lots of other fun activity ideas!

Valentine's LEGO Challenge! This challenge is full of valentine themed LEGO builds and is made to be used in a group (think: class party) or at home for fun! Includes 5-page PDF with instructions and 18 cards to print and cut out.

 

 

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  1. Sandy Klocinski
    February 9, 2020 at 9:14 pm

    Looks like a great way to get a few minutes to get something done while completely thrilling the kiddos. Challenges like these are just great for fine motor skills. Sounds like it would help kids tap into their spacial skills

  2. alice f
    February 10, 2020 at 1:21 am

    Who doesnt love Legos? They are such a classic toy and every generation loves them! These are wonderful patterns for some creative games.

  3. LeAnn Harbert
    February 11, 2020 at 2:11 am

    This will be a fun activity for my son to do with his class for Valentine’s.

  4. Paula Pennachio
    February 11, 2020 at 5:57 am

    Now this looks fun. It’s really cool we can print out what we need. I love it. Thank you so much

  5. Paula Pennachio
    February 11, 2020 at 5:57 am

    This looks fun. It’s really cool we can print out what we need. I love it. Thank you so much

  6. Dana Rodriguez
    February 12, 2020 at 6:09 pm

    This is such a fun idea. It would be great for birthday parties or sleepovers.

  7. Antoinette M
    February 14, 2020 at 10:47 pm

    Great activity. My daughter likes Lego!

  8. Calvin
    February 20, 2020 at 11:15 pm

    Love the colour theme, great challenge idea.

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