DIY Lego Marble Run Game : Love this simple diy toy that kids can make. What a fun way to play with Lego's! Pre-school children love playing with our marble run and making different obstacles for the marbles
Teach your child about symmetry with this fun and creative copying game. Use LEGO DUPLO baseboards and bricks to build a pattern covering one side of the board, then encourage your child to copy the other side. Make a butterfly, a face, a tree or help your child to make their own design - you could also put a plastic mirror down the middle of the board to learn about mirroring too. This is a great simple game for preschoolers and can easily be made more challenging as your child learns more.
All you need to play this classic fairground game with your little one is some LEGO DUPLO bricks, LEGO DUPLO figures if you have them, and a stack of cups. Set out matching pairs then cover them with the cups. Challenge your pre-schooler to find the pairs – can they remember where each companion is hiding? This game is a great way for your child to flex their memory, concentration, and logic, and you might even find it’s tricky for adults too!
This is the perfect boredom busting indoor activity for any future footballer. You’ll need LEGO DUPO bricks, drinking straws, tape, and a ping pong ball. Help your child build a simple stadium and two goals using the bricks. Decorate with flags and keen supporters if you have them! Then encourage your child to blow the ball through their goal while you play goalie. Toddlers can use the straws to push the ball through the goals if they find it easier. Keep score using a stack of bricks!
These LEGO DUPLO brick play activities are great boredom busting ideas for any rainy day – or even when it’s too hot to go outside. Build a maze, play tic-tac-toe, get the whole family up and moving with a game of bowling or ring toss, and finish it all off with a competitive game of blow football. All you need are some LEGO DUPLO bricks and a few craft supplies for an afternoon of simple indoor fun. Why not make your own LEGO DUPLO championship and play all 5 activities together?