LEGO Pets! Building Instructions for Dogs, Cats, Guinea Pigs, Lizards, and More! - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
At our house, we love LEGO® and we love pets! We currently own a dog, two guinea pigs, and a bearded dragon. So it’s no surprise that we have several LEGO® pet projects to share with you! Updated 8/31/18 with new projects added! Build four different dog breeds, some adorable cats, guinea pigs, a lizard, […]
100+ Lego Building Projects for Kids - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Give that bucket of LEGO bricks new life with more than 100 amazing LEGO building ideas! Challenges, instructions, games, STEM activities, and more.
Secret Codes! Write Coded Messages with LEGO Bricks - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Oh my goodness, this is such a fun activity, and you can put it together with any LEGO® bricks you own! Use bricks to create a code. Then kids can build and de-code secret messages! Create Your Code The concept of this activity is quite simple – create a code using a different brick for […]
Free Printable LEGO Challenge Game
Encourage creative building with this Free Printable LEGO Challenge Game with LEGO spinner instructions! #BiggerThinking @lego
LEGO Building Challenge: Machines + Paper - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here are two fun LEGO® machines to build – a paper crimper and a circle drawing device! Challenge kids to build these designs or invent their own. This is a great project for a LEGO® club! What other machines can you build to do something with paper? Maybe a folding machine? We found the paper […]
Build an Endless Cube with LEGO® Bricks - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Grab the LEGO® bucket, because this is such a fun building project! Make an endless cube, also called an infinity cube, out of LEGO® bricks. This cube transforms shape over and over without an end. It’s such a neat toy to build, and it’s fun to play with! We did not design this project – […]
Old LEGO Instructions
Free LEGO instructions - Here you can find step by step LEGO building instructions from the past. We have old LEGO instructions books going all the way back to 1958.