October 2014 Lego Club Creations


The October meeting was lots of fun, with lots of building, as well as a Lego game we tried and enjoyed, plus a printable for coloring! The kids used the mini build kits to represent their favorite October things – dinosaur month, all kinds of yummy foods, Halloween, Mad Hatter Day, and Cupcake Day, though the big favorite was Minecraft. Then they each built their own game marker/figure, and tried out a game from “A Mom with a Lesson Plan.” The kids really enjoyed the game, and it will definitely go into our regular rotation of activities. Big thanks to Beth to finding the game and her family for testing it out at home before we used it at Lego Club! We also enjoyed some free building time, plus the kids had a great time coloring their own minifigures from a printable from “Sweet Benanna & Sam.”

Mini Builds
2014-10-06 10.37.47Penguin

2014-10-06 11.11.01Pigs doing yoga, and a windmill that holds the food for the pigs

2014-10-06 11.12.28Popcorn and a cupcake

2014-10-06 11.12.40A ghost with BOO

2014-10-06 11.12.49The rainforest

2014-10-06 11.14.24Jack o’ lantern

2014-10-06 11.16.08A lightpole and the light underneath

2014-10-06 11.17.27Minecraft world

2014-10-06 11.18.30Guys with a giant cookie, plus Minecraft creepers, zombies and skeletons

2014-10-06 11.19.35Minecraft world

2014-10-06 11.23.01Another Minecraft world

2014-10-06 11.23.31An owl and a haunted house

2014-10-06 11.24.01A chessboard

Lego Game
Side note for punctuation sticklers like me – grab some liquid paper if you print out the game so you can blot out the unnecessary apostrophes and quotation marks throughout. Otherwise, a great game!

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Free Building
There were more, but these were the only ones I was able to capture with my camera!
2014-10-06 12.07.35Sword

2014-10-06 12.12.17Bow, arrow and quiver

Color your own minifigure!
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Our remaining fall Lego Club meetings are full, please check out our All Events page for other activities.


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