Finding kids birthday celebration games to do business with this brilliant party theme is not as easy as finding LEGO decorations as well as other LEGO themed things to spend your money on. What your LEGO party really needs are good games that you could tweak to fit the LEGO theme- party games that keep your kids busy and achieving fun. Turning twelve preschoolers loose on the table filled with LEGO's doesn't cut it- your LEGO party needs more structure in case you are to keep your sanity.
Just Google 'LEGO party ideas' and you will find a lot of great decorating and food ideas, so that isn't the focus of the information.
Several preschool appropriate games that tweak beautifully for any LEGO themed birthday party:
LEGO Door Prize: Possess a nice sized jar full of LEGOs at the party entrance together with small pieces of paper and pencils. All parties guest (in addition to the birthday child) gets a guess at just how many LEGOs have been in the jar, and at get rid of your party closest guess reaches take the jar home. Parents might help the preschoolers jot down their guess in addition to their names since they all arrive.
LEGO Ring Toss: Create a narrow tower of LEGOs with a LEGO base that you can duct tape to the floor or rug for stability. Create 3-5 rings by cutting the guts from plastic plates (sturdier than paper plates). Try out your preschooler to find the right distance for the 'stay behind' line, and mark that out with more tape on the ground or rug. If you use different color plates for that rings, the scoring for every could be different. If you opt to score the game, it can be done either individually or by teams.
LEGO Pitch: It becomes an option to the LEGO Ring Toss. Assemble many different different shaped targets for example cut down milk cartons, bowls and boxes, all placed at different distances from your 'stand behind' line on your rug or floor. Convey a point count number about the front of every target (the farthest away the larger the point count), and provide each child 5 LEGOs of different sizes and shapes. Keep score either individually or by teams.
LEGO Drop: From whether standing position or kneeling backwards over a chair, the children will drop 3 or 4 LEGOs from their nose into a jar or bowl. The broader the mouth about the target, the simpler the game for your little ones. If backwards around the chair, possess a helper keep the chair there aren't any accidents.
LEGO Spoon Relay Race - Part 1: Convey a bowl or bucket full of various LEGOs a good distance from your kids, and have a 'stand behind' line on your floor or rug. Divide the children into two teams, each using a spatula or big spoon- the spoon is simpler as a result of sloping sides. Make the two teams implements the identical, ie. either both spoons or both spatulas. On 'Go', one child from each team races right down to the bucket, sees as numerous LEGOs as they can on the spoon or spatula- no hands- and takes the LEGOs to their starting position where they hand the spoon or spatula on the subsequent team member to do this again until all the LEGOs have already been retrieved. The winning team may have accumulated one of the most LEGOs.
LEGO Spoon Relay Race - Part 2: Once all counted up plus a Part 1 winning team declared, set each team the job of creating the tallest tower with their accumulated LEGOs. Cooperating to build that tower together will be a challenge, and that's the point.
LEGO Bingo: Make use of this game once the excitability level has to be brought down somewhat. Have these downloadable bingo cards pre-printed and ready:
LEGO Scavenger Hunt: Have your LEGOs well hidden beforehand, indoors or out. For the youngest ones, just score it due to the fact many they find and bring back. For older ones, you are able to score different values for different colors and/or shapes. Send them out having a key card so that they know what to consider that scores them one of the most points.
LEGO Lift (for youngsters too old for that LEGO Drop): Either using a small pile of LEGOs for every child or a big communal bowl of LEGOs, each child is given the job of lifting out as many LEGOs within 1 minute as they are able with chopsticks. Let them have all a few momemts to practice before the competition. When they are older, you are able to increase the challenge by adding other small products in with the LEGOs that they then have to avoid selecting.
LEGO Building Competition: Give each child or pair of children an equivalent quantity of various LEGOs and challenge your LEGO Lovers to create the bridge or perhaps a pyramid in just a 10 minute timeframe (the bridge for older kids, the pyramid for younger ones). Working in pairs boosts the challenge on this game.
You might need or wish to supplment your existing LEGO collection to have enough of these games, however that could be part of the birthday gifts and if you've got a LEGO lover who desires a LEGO party, you realize these will probably be dollars spent well.