Lego Party Games and Activities that are Fun and Easy!

We’re having so much fun with this series on Lego Birthday Party ideas! If you missed our earlier posts, do visit these on Party Decorations and Party Food, Treats, and Drinks. Today, we have amazingly creative and fun Party Games and Activities for this theme! You can make them using actual Lego bricks, as well as printables and resourceful crafts. Come and play along!

Fun and Games: Lego-themed Party Activities You Can Do!

Lego Themed Games and Activities that are Fun and Easy as featured on the Party Suite at Bellenza. #legopartytheme #legopartygames

GAMES YOU CAN ASSEMBLE – Lego bricks have got to be the greatest ‘put together’ toys ever! So you can have a blast thinking up party games using the pieces in creative ways. Check out these ideas: a Tic-Tac-Toe board (2), a Lego Marble Run (4), and a Lego Memory Game (7).

CRAFTY ACTIVITIES – Depending on the age range of your party guests, you might want to plan a different kind of hands-on activity: DIY coloring books (1) that you can print and put together or Lego Friendship Bracelets (6) to make at the party and take home as favors!

‘LEGO-IZED’ TRADITIONAL GAMES – You could also tweak favorite party games to suit the theme. We found these fun and super-easy options: “Guess How Many Legos?” (3) and “Pin the Badge on the Lego Man’s Pocket” (5). You can certainly think of more!

Please be sure to visit these great blogs where we found these ideas:

1 – DIY coloring books – via Invite Delight

2 – Tic-Tac-Toe board – find this idea at Kids Activities Blog

3 – “Guess How Many Legos?” – as seen on Farmish Momma

4 – Lego Marble Run – from Octavia and Vicky

5 – “Pin the Badge on the Lego Man’s Pocket” – via Mondo Cherryy

6 – Lego Friendship Bracelets – from The Centsible Life

7 – Lego Memory Game – from Big K LIttle G

If you’ve devised your own creative Lego party games or activities, we’d love to hear about it. Share in the comments below.

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