Ok so we have been busy here at Party Printables. We have finished designing an printing an Logo party kit sadly at the moment we have to wait to see photo’s as the Big Party is next weekend. It should be fantastic and I cannot wait to see what Wendy will do with the children for the games but in the mean time I have come up with an few suggestions.
Free play with Legos
Make sure to give the children plenty of time to just build with any Legos you already have. This is where a large box of assorted bricks comes in handy. My boys have a huge Lego table and they spend alot of time there creating and playing with all kinds of Legos. This is also a great activity as the kids are arriving.
Pin the logo on the Lego Brick
Make an large rectangle and place six plain circles on the top to resemble the Lego brick. Then cut the same size circles out of construction paper and write “LEGO” on each one. Blindfold the children and have them “pin” their logo circle on the brick. Use Bluetack on the back of each circle to make them stick. The one who puts their circle in the actual spot on the brick won.
Guess How many Legos are in the jar
Use the candy Legos for this activity. Take a jar and count out candy Legos. As the children arrive, have each one guess how many candy Legos were in the jar and fill out a slip of paper with their guess. The one who guessed the closest gets to take the jar home.
Building and Racing Lego cars
Get the small racers (Lego’s) as a party favor for each boy. During the party, have the children build their race car and then race them down a ramp that is made from cardboard. The car that goes the farthest wins. To make it easier for the children to keep up with their bricks while building, gave each child a plate to keep their pieces on.
Lego Drop in the Bucket
For this game cut the tops of of several plastic jugs. Put the jugs on the floor. Then the children stand on a chair above the jug and drop 10 Legos. The goal was to get the Legos into the jug. The one who got the most Legos in the jug won.
Lego Tower Contest
Divide the children into two teams. Each team has a box of Lego bricks. Each team had to build a tower within a certain time limit. At the end of the time, compare to see which team’s tower was tallest. That team wins.