This one turned out pretty good.  I like doing interactive challenges where kiddos can go around and test out what other kids built, like for our mini golf course challenge or our hike-and-seek challenge.  I did find this one online, but I made it a little easier for my kiddos. So after we went over... Continue Reading →

After we talked about rules, I told kids today that we would be making cars and racing them.  But there would be an added element since we would be racing with WIND POWER! Prepping this was pretty easy.  I got a bunch of 1/4 inch thick wooden dowels, and cut them down so they were... Continue Reading →

This one was a lot of fun!!  Kids kept talking about how they've never done this before, so it really was a great challenge for them. I set up the room with my 6 tables as usual and taped up about 3 of the big baseplates per table.  Two big pieces of duct tape did... Continue Reading →

This is the first time that I changed the theme AFTER the challenge was already over.  After we did rules, I explained that the theme was "Giant Monsters," so kids would make a giant version of a monster, animal, or pet to destroy buildings.  Kids were happy with that idea, but they didn't seem as... Continue Reading →

Whenever possible, I try to make whatever we build in Lego Club interactive and social, since that's what's going keep kids coming back.  We've made slides we could all race cars down, we've done scavenger hunts, and we've done obstacle courses.  So this was a great idea I got from Destination Storytime that's really interactive... Continue Reading →

This one would be really easy to replicate if you're looking for ideas!!  After sitting everyone down and talking about our rules, I told everyone that our theme was "Rebuilding our Town."  I asked the kids for some of the buildings they recognized around town.  After that, I told that each out of our 6... Continue Reading →

This is one challenge I've been wanting to do for awhile!!  Lego tape is such a cool invention, and I wanted to incorporate it into Lego Club and see how it went.  So after we talked about the rules of the club, I told kids that they can build anything that they want.  But they... Continue Reading →

This was a big hit at Lego Club!  After quickly going over rules, I told my kids about the Global Cardboard Challenge, where kids are encouraged to make anything they want out of cardboard.  My fiancee is doing the challenge at her library, so I thought I would try to incorporate into Lego Club.  So... Continue Reading →

This one turned out pretty interesting.  After setup and rules, I introduced our theme as "Secret Zoo."  It's kind of a twist on a Lego Challenge I did a few months ago called "Scavenger Hunt."  So the idea here was that kids were going to build a zoo exhibit.  They needed to have an animal... Continue Reading →

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