Building LEGO Designs is great fun. Taking a big pile of LEGO bricks & elements, and creating something new from them is exciting, challenging and a learning experience.
Learning with LEGO is one of the things we here at the Brain Power Boy website focus on. There is a ton of learning happening when designing.
We are excited to bring you some great LEGO designs that you and your boys can build. We will have simple designs, as well as more complex designs for more experienced builders.
Some of the ideas here will have step-by-step instructions and others will be builds that you can use to start building your own creations.
We will be adding to this page on a regular basis so be sure to pin it, save it to Evernote, or bookmark it so you can check back when you need a fun LEGO activity for your boys to do.
A cute and funny LEGO Valentine heart.
St. Patrick’s Day
Build your own LEGO Leprechaun Trap. Two designs to try but tips for building. Don’t forget the gold!
Our second LEGO Design: Leprechaun Trap plus info on how to catch a leprechaun 🙂
Try making your own Easter LEGO Designs. Directions for Easter Rabbit with basket, and bunny & chick LEGO mosaic designs.
Here is an Easter Duck, a Easter Chick and a Easter Bunny for you to make. Plus go here for a video showing the Easter bunny being put together and to see all three of the builds.
Halloween LEGO Mosaics including a pumpkin, Frankenstein’s monster and a skeleton.
LEGO Christmas Builds directions for different Christmas builds including Star Wars and more.
Build a LEGO Santa, tree and gift with this easy to make LEGO Christmas scene.
If you have a boy who love robots you must pop over to Robot LEGO Designs to get some inspiration for building your own LEGO Robot!
You can also build a funny Robot here.
A whole lot of learning takes play when you are playing around with LEGO Designs. If you make a build with step-by-step instructions, you have to make sure you do everything that is required in order for your build to turn out.
If you design something out of LEGO on your own, you have to conceptualize your idea, perhaps put your design down on paper, think about the best way to construct it, develop ways to keep the whole thing from falling apart! and much more.
See also our big LEGO page.
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