LEGO Bingo is a great game to add to your LEGO Birthday Party schedule! Why not try out our free downloadable printable LEGO Bingo Sheets? Our printable Bingo Cards and Call sheets for a LEGO brick themed BINGO Game are suitable for games with up to 15 players!
If you are planning a LEGO Birthday Party and are in need of a quick, easy party game – download our printable sheets today. To play our Bingo game, your party guests do not need to know how to read, so perfect for little ones too! Just find the matching pictures on your game cards. Use LEGO bricks, candies, or a pencil to mark your BINGO cards. Our free printable bingo game is ready to download. Simply add it to your cart and check out. This item is free, so no payment information will be collected.
Use this free PDF to play a fun round of Bingo at your child’s birthday party or class fun event! Everything needed for this Bingo Game can be found within the PDF document that you can download after adding this item to your shopping cart, free to download at no cost to you!
OUR LEGO BINGO GAME INCLUDES: 15 different bingo boards 25 call cards (You simply cut these cards apart and use them to call out the mini figurine or LEGO element names)
This fun DIY bingo game is great for all ages and is easy to set up for a borthday celebration, a classroom holiday party, or even casual children playdates. Simply add the item to your cart to download the Lego Bingo cards and instructions, and download the file after check out. We do not collect any payment information on this free item.
Who wouldn’t like to add some unique flair to their Christmas tree by decorating it with a handmade a LEGO ornament? Your own children can even make these ornaments using LEGO Bricks from their own toy box!
No need to limit yourself to trimming the tree, though – how about hanging a custom ornament above the fireplace or hiding the parts kit as a stocking stuffer for a special someone? We’ve even seen folks hang these from the chandelier over their holiday dinner!
I don’t know how it is in your house, but around here our tree simply isn’t “done” until it’s been trimmed with colorful LEGO baubles!
We’ve made three of these white adornments for our tree so far. How do they look?
We went with white since it pairs so nicely with this blue LEGO part. What other colors would you have tried out?
Building these LEGO Christmas ornaments as a family can be more fun than actually decorating your tree; it is an amazing family activity.
If you want to have a go at building this stylish LEGO Christmas ornament yourself, you can download our high quality instructions for free, right here. If you don’t think you have the parts in your collection to make this Lego ornament, you can buy all of the parts and pieces you need to build a white ornament in this style here as well. The parts kit listing will also provide you with a free download of the instructions when you complete your check out!
Last week we published instructions for building a Castle Themed Dice Tower using LEGO Bricks from your own collection. This week we are excited to release some new downloadable instructions that can be used for building your own SOMA Cube 3D Puzzle with LEGO Bricks from your own collection of LEGOs!
Use this free PDF to build an engaging 3D puzzle. The SOMA Cube is comprised of 133 LEGO brick parts, which may be tough to find in one single color within your own LEGO collection. Don’t be afraid to substitute colors to come up with a fun and funky puzzle in your own style!
A Soma cube is a solid 3D dissection puzzle that was invented by Piet Hein in 1936. The puzzle comprises seven pieces that are made out of unit cubes that must be assembled into a 3×3×3 cube. The pieces can also be used to make a variety of other 3D shapes, which makes for fun games to keep your child busy for hours.
SOMA Cubes can often be found in finely crafted rosewood sets, but now you can create your own by picking through your LEGO bin to find the parts necessary to build one. Originally, the SOMA Cube was marketed for several years by the game manufacturer Parker Brothers, yep – the Monopoly folks. Parker Brothers also produced plastic cubes in several colors (blue, red, and orange) during the 1970s. Original packaging for the commercial version claimed that there were over 1 million possible solutions. This figure includes rotations and reflections of each solution as well as rotations of the individual pieces. How many do you think you will be bale to find once your CUBE is assembled?
The list of parts needed for this project can be found at the bottom of the PDF document that you can download after adding this item to your shopping cart.
Congratulations to Josh Stirrat, from Wisconsin,for winning the LEGO Ideas Doctor Who set!
Hi Friends! We have another Brickablocks Giveaway for you. This time around, we are giving away the LEGO Ideas Doctor Who set (21304)! This is a classic set, sure to be a favorite among collectors for a long time. Set includes 4 minifigures, 2 Daleks, and over 600 pieces!
Every minifigure in the set is exclusive to this rare retired product, you’ll get the Eleventh Doctor, the Twelfth Doctor, Clara Oswald and a Weeping Angel! Build this set and you’ll have a build that is packed with play features, but it also looks amazing as a collectible display piece!
The winner will be drawn on November 6th and contacted for their mailing address. Fill in the form below to enter for a chance to win and be sure to follow us on Instagram for more awesome giveaways!
Playing tabletop board games is a great way to connect with friends and family offline. Creating things with LEGO Bricks is a great way for children (and adults!) to flex their creative muscles, and keep them engaged with out screens. Today, we are going to help you combine these fun family friendly activities by providing you with the instructions and a parts list for building a tumbling dice tower.
As you probably already know, sometimes the playing board can get crowded, or it takes up all of the table and there’s nowhere to roll your dice. Or maybe your mischievous buddy has mastered that simple wrist technique to get the roll he wants, and maybe you don’t want him to have such an advantage.
A dice tower is a common way of solving these problems for table top gamers. A dice tower keeps the dice on the table while also making each roll totally random. This DIY instructions post will show you how to make your very own dice tumbler with less than 200 basic LEGO bricks. Well mostly basic. Our lego tower is super sturdy and compact, which helps it survive the odd drop or two off the gaming table. Also, its shaped like a medieval castle and has a wicked awesome skull on the front. You know what’s cool? This is cool!
To build this tower, you will need the LEGO bricks listed in the parts table below.
PALISADE BRICK 1X2
BRICK CORNER 1X2X2
BRICK 1X4 WITHOUT PINS
TECHNIC BRICK 1X4, Ø4,9
ROOF TILE 1X2 INV.
ROOF TILE 2X2/45°
ROOF TILE 2X2/45 INV.
ROOF TILE CORN. INVERT.2X2/45°
ROOF TILE 2X3/25° INV.
BRICK 1X6 W/INSIDE BOW
FLAT TILE 1X2
FLAT TILE 1X4
FLAT TILE 2X2
CORNER PLATE 1X2X2
SKULL 1X3 1/2 X 3 W. SNAP
You’ll notice we didn’t include a color in our list of parts. We wouldn’t want to limit your artistic vision by asking you to stick to the dark bluish grey color scheme presented in the instructions. We sure didn’t when we built ours!
To download the instructions, add the item to your cart, and check out. We do not collect any payment information on this free item. There are 193 parts that you will need to find – are you up to the challenge?
So, get started – build a medieval castle themed dice tower for you next RPG or board game night!
Today in LEGO news, we’ve got yet another “The LEGO Batman Movie” set reveal. This new set features the jokerized Wayne Manor set piece from last year’s LEGO Batman Movie. If you are getting tired of this theme, you’re not alone! We’re deep into the marketing cycle for “The LEGO Ninjago Movie” that has just been released, so maybe you are asking yourself – “But why though?!?” Us too! However, we’ve noticed that there is a lot about this new set worthy of discussion. So, let’s have a look at this 3,444 piece behemoth of a set, shall we?
First, the bad news – there are a lot of new and exclusive (at the moment) parts, pieces and minifigures in this box. With a price tag of $269.99 for the set, buying the minifigs out of the box is going to cost you on the secondary market. Disco Batman, Disco The Joker, Disco Batgirl and Disco Robin are all brand new iterations for these popular characters, that you can only acquire through this set. This set also features Robin and Alfred in brand new battle suits – Classic 1960’s Batman for Alfred, and Nightwing for Robin.
Beyond minifigures, there are a lot of easter eggs in this set that we will discuss over on our instagram page. For now, what we were most interested in is the roller coaster that encapsulates Joker Manor.
The coaster in this set is there to carry this three car roller coaster train. Both the primary train piece, and each bit of track appear to be new molds! The roller coast track has curves for corner turns, inclines, and also downward slopes. No, sorry – no vertical loops (don’t be greedy!). From what we can identify in the image above, there are to be several new track elements:
a 90 degree curve, about 16 studs wide
a simple ramp track, about 16 studs wide
8 wide straight track
2 Steep Ramp sections, one to go up, one to go down, each appearing to be 16 studs in length.
Of course, this isn’t the first coaster to be released by LEGO. Last year the Friends theme park lineup featured a roller coaster, but that set came with a track loop comprised of existing narrow gauge track, in a new color (medium azure). The Joker Manor set is launching a new track type!
So, speculation time – is a fully realized Creator themed LEGO Roller Coaster on the horizon? This would be great news for any LEGO City fan that has a theme park in their set up! There are custom kits available, of course – but those can be prohibitively expensive. Not that this set is a giveaway by any means… What do you think? With these new roller coaster parts – new track, and the cars are custom made, with built in wheels, and given that there is a creator expert mixer, carousel, and ferris wheel, does this mean there is a LEGO rollercoaster coming next year?
Let’s wait and see – in the meantime we eagerly await seeing how you all will figure out how to motorize this new coaster set up.
Just a quick announcement to let everybody know we’ve added some solid color choices to our parts and pieces pack for building an infinity folding cube with LEGO bricks. You can now choose to have your parts kit as all black, all light bluish grey, black and light bluish grey, or in our original assortment of whatever colors we have on hand. We have also linked our downloadable build instructions to each listing, so you’ll automatically gain access to our digital instructions for building the LEGO Fidget Cube once you have completed your purchase. Happy building!