Before we know it, the leaves will be changing and the temps will drop! It’s almost Fall! We put together 25 fun fall-themed LEGO prompts for this Fall LEGO Challenge. It’s a great way to really challenge kids to create something new with their LEGO bricks!
We pulled some of our favorite things that remind us of fall (like football, pie, and spooky things) and put them into a LEGO Challenge. While we love putting LEGO sets together, they don’t usually stay together too long. They tend to wind up in the big bins all mixed together. We really love creating our own things.
Everyone loves a LEGO Challenge!
You can start anywhere in this challenge! It’s just 25 awesome ideas for beach-themed LEGO creativity!
After you print the Fall LEGO Challenge, just hang it somewhere it will be seen or remembered. Then, challenge your kids to be as creative as they can be with our Fall-themed LEGO prompts.
If you are a teacher, this would make a great center in the classroom or something to send home for parents to use over Fall break. Kids will be begging their parents to snap pics of their LEGO creations to send to you!
You can print out our Fall LEGO Challenge by clicking on the image below.
I love getting the LEGO Classic Creative boxes. They offer a wide variety of bricks in different shapes and colors. There are no specific instructions for the box, but it does include an idea book.
HOW TO DO A LEGO CHALLENGE
Pick a day to start the challenge and go through them one by one in order or pick something to build each day from the printable and cross that box off as you go.
You can also cut out each block and put them all in a cup or another container to draw from each day. It’ll be a surprise each day!
The great part about these LEGO Challenges is that they are great for any age. If you’re working with a larger range of ages, you’ll want to make sure you explain that their builds will definitely look different. The point is to have fun and be creative!
BUILDING CHALLENGE + WRITING CHALLENGE
You can turn this summer LEGO challenge into a short writing challenge too! After the kids build their creation of the day, have them write a fall-themed short story or a few sentences about their creation.
Grab your box of mixed pieces and get building! Kids, no matter the age, will love this challenge! If your kiddo (like one of mine) is too little to read the calendar, you’ll have to read it for them. And trust me, they’ll remind you daily! You could snap a picture of each day’s creation and put it in a little book for them! How fun is that?!?