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LEGO Facts Lunch Box Notes

These free printable LEGO lunch box notes are perfect for brick fans. Each note has an interesting LEGO fact to read and a cool image too.

All you have to do is download them, click print, cut them out and put one in a lunch box or at the table.

Since we homeschool we don’t really use lunch boxes too often, but I still like to leave notes for my son. 🙂

LEGO fans are going to love these FREE printable lunch box notes with fun LEGO facts. Click to print.

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LEGO Lunch Box Notes

I was looking for some fun LEGO fact lunch box notes but couldn’t find any so I made my own and decided to share them with you!

They are the first in a series of lunch box notes with a learning twist I am creating.

The information on these notes is super fun to share.

Did you know that just six eight-stud LEGO bricks can be combined 915,103,765 ways? Isn’t that is amazing?

LEGO Lunch Box Notes Free Printable

You can print these on regular paper, or if you want them to look just a bit more snazzy, try card stock (this is the cardstock that we recommend.)

Free Printable LEGO Lunch Box Notes<<<<<<click link to download

Carefully cut apart on the lines.  I am in love with this paper cutter and use it instead of scissors all the time.

Pop one in a kid’s (or AFOL’s) lunch box and be ready for a big “thanks!”

I really enjoy surprising my son with notes and he certainly enjoys getting them.

Plus, if you have a LEGO fan on your hands be sure to check out the cool LEGO lunch gear below.

LEGO Brick Lunch, MulticolorLEGO Brick Lunch, MulticolorKids' Interlocking Brick UtensilsKids’ Interlocking Brick UtensilsLEGO Skeleton Vertical LunchLEGO Skeleton Vertical Lunch

If you are looking for other LEGO fun in addition to the LEGO lunch box notes try these:

180+ Free Printable LEGO Coloring Pages!

We also have Pirate Facts Lunch Box Notes and Dinosaur Facts Lunch Box Notes

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susen @Dabbling Momma

Friday 21st of August 2015

how fun! Some great Lego facts that I know my son (and husband) will love!

Sheila Rogers

Monday 24th of August 2015

Great to hear Susen, I know a lot of adults seem to like these too :)

Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom

Wednesday 19th of August 2015

My hubby is a LEGO fanatic! I should print these out for him! lol

Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).

Wishing you a lovely day. xoxo

Sheila Rogers

Thursday 20th of August 2015

Hey Jennifer - you totally should ;) You have a lovely day as well.

Melanie @ Tree Valley Academy

Wednesday 19th of August 2015

Great idea :). Although I bought my daughter a ton of lego, and she does enjoy playing with Lego, she's not really "into Lego" just yet. Although if I were to do animal trivia type cards for her, I think she would just LOVE that. So thanks for the great idea. I'll be featuring this on the Learning Kid Link-up this week.

Sheila Rogers

Wednesday 19th of August 2015

Thanks for the feature Melanie. You should make some cards for her. We are planning to do a long series of fact cards ourselves.

Jodie @ Growing Book by Book

Wednesday 19th of August 2015

These are super fun! My kids and husband will love them.

Sheila Rogers

Wednesday 19th of August 2015

Hi Jodie! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. I'm glad to hear they will like them :)

Haley

Tuesday 18th of August 2015

I just love these! My 7 year old will go nuts over them. You were featured on Laugh and Learn Linkup today. I hope you continue to keep sharing with us! Haley

Sheila Rogers

Tuesday 18th of August 2015

Hi Haley, I am happy to hear your 7-year-old will like them. Thanks so much for the feature!