This Christmas, build up to the main event with this fun 31 day Christmas Lego challenge calendar! Keep your kids occupied and get the into the Christmas spirit with some entertaining puzzles and tests, using those all-purpose, creative toy blocks we all know and love.
Want more Christmas-themed activities? Try this: Cool Christmas Science Experiments
This 31 Day calendar is perfect for too-cold-to-play-outside weather, when you’re tired of the Christmas movies or if you still need a few minutes to wrap some more special surprises. Make memories with the kids and give them something that not only amuses them but educates them at the same time.
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Recommended Lego Books
In addition to our 31 Day Christmas Lego Challenge, we have a list of our favorite Lego books! After the holidays are over, keep your kids interested in creative engineering with some fantastic projects from one of these Lego-themed instruction manuals.
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Lego is one of the most educational toys you could have for your kids. Children learn incredible skills from playing with Lego, from basic fine motor skills to STEM and problem solving practice. With even the most basic Lego sets, your kids can improve their science and tech skills, while still having fun. And it isn’t even competitive. Lego promotes cooperative play and persistence too!
Lego Christmas ideas
This 31 Day Christmas Lego challenge calendar is full of ideas to spark your children’s imagination. Get them to build snowmen and gingerbread houses. Or help them save Christmas from the Grinch with a Lego maze.
Recommended Lego Sets
Do you need more Lego blocks to help your kids with the calendar challenges? Or maybe another Christmas present idea? Check out these great deals on Lego sets. And don’t forget to get something to store all that Lego in! There are tons of fun Lego storage ideas too.
LEGO Classic Creative Suitcase 10713 Building Kit (213 Pieces)LEGO Classic Creative Fun 11005 Building Kit, New 2020 (900 Pieces)LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box 10698 Build Your Own Creative Toys, Kids Building Kit (790 Pieces)LEGO Classic Medium Creative Brick Box 10696 with LEGO Classic Green Baseplate Supplement BundleLEGO Classic Windows of Creativity 11004 Building Kit (450 Pieces)LEGO Storage Head, Large, Boy, 9-1/2 x 9-1/2 x 10-3/4 Inches, Yellow
Lego is one of those toys that have been around for generations now, and while it’s changed over the years, the one thing that hasn’t changed is how much fun it is. And Lego isn’t just fun for the kids, it’s fun for the whole family. This is one toy set that even adults can enjoy.
Download the Christmas Lego Challenge Calendar below
So this year, let’s get creative. Take out your old Lego sets, or buy a couple of new ones, and use this 31 Day Christmas Lego challenge calendar to create a new Christmas tradition. The family that plays together, stays together, or so they say. So let’s play.
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Related: See the other activities in the Fun Holiday Homeschool Activities series
More Christmas Activities
For more great Christmas fun, check out these activities:
If you are into STEM activities, you can try these Christmas-themed STEM activities that will surely keep your little one learning while having fun!
Do you have a budding scientist? These Christmas chemistry experiments are what you need for kids to have a great learning experience during the holiday season!
More Lego Challenges
Printable Lego Challenge Calendar by Little Bins for Little Hands
Flat Lego Challenge by Picklebums