Homemade Board Game for Lego Blocks

Homemade Lego Board Game

Homemade Lego Board Game

So, your kids love playing with Lego blocks and you wonder if there is another way to play with them? Yes, there is!

I came across this simple Lego Game Board idea and created my own version by making a few changes to what I saw online.

To make it easier for smaller kids to play I have color-coded the spaces for them to recognize what to do when they can’t read yet and it will also help them to learn the numbers.

Download the FREE Game Board by clicking on the image above
or this [ PDF Link ]

  • Yellow to take Legos
  • Blue to lose Legos
  • Red to go back
  • Green to skip a turn
  • The winner is the kid with the most Lego blocks at the Finish

Materials needed

  • Printer
  • Paper 8.5×11 inches
  • Lego blocks
  • A die
  • Some Lego people or blocks with faces
  • Optional
    • Cardboard
    • Clear contact paper
    • Glue – a glue stick works great
    • Scissors
    • Duct Tape

 Assembly For Laminated Version

This version can be rolled up and slid into a paper towel cardboard tube together with some Legos and a die and you have a travel game to keep the munchkins entertained.

  • Print out the PDF file – print both pages on one sheet, you might have to feed it through the printer twice
  • Cut off the white margins
  • Laminate the sheet with clear contact paper
Homemade Lego Game Board laminated

Homemade Lego Game Board laminated

How to Play the Lego Board Game

Homemade Lego Game Board - backside

Homemade Lego Game Board – backside

The instructions are on the second page:

What you need

  • A die
  • Some Lego people or faces
  • Some Lego bricks

How to Play

  • Whoever has the biggest tower in the end wins

Assembly for Cardboard Version

  • Print out the PDF file – print both pages on one sheet, you might have to feed it through the printer twice
  • Cut off the white margins
  • Laminate front with clear contact paper
  • Cut a  piece of card board to 8.5×11 inches or about 0.5-1 inch larger
  • Glue laminated paper to cardboard
  • Tape duct tape around the edge of the cardboard and fold to the back
Homemade Lego Game Board letter size on cardboard

Homemade Lego Game Board letter size on cardboard

Large Cardboard Version

I also created a larger version of the game board by printing the image in landscape rather than portrait orientation over 2 sheets of paper.

Download this version here [ PDF Link ]

  • Print one sheet aligned with image on the top of the page and on the second sheet with the image aligned at the bottom of the page.
  • Cut off the white  side margins
  • Aligned the 2 sheets and glue them together with a 1 inch wide strip of glue
  • Turned over the sheet and cut off the extra overlap on the back
Homemade Lego Game Board big version - printed on 2 sheets

Homemade Lego Game Board big version – printed on 2 sheets

  • Laminated the front with clear contact paper
  • Glue the laminated sheet to a piece of card board that is about 0.5-0.75 inches bigger all around
  • To finish the board I taped duct tape around the edges
Homemade Lego Game Board 2 sheet size on cardboard

Homemade Lego Game Board 2 sheet size on cardboard

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7 Comments

  1. This is awesome! My kids will LOVE it! Thank you!

  2. I have started lego therapy sessions with some SEN children and I’m planning to use this in conjunction with it as an end to each session.

  3. I think this would make a great favour for a party my daughter would like to have. About how much pieces of legos would you recommend for each game.

  4. Debbie Crahen

    Do you use a die for this game? Are there playing directions?

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