Lego Party

Our DS turned four years old this week. He was adamant about having a Lego party. One problem, we hardly had any Legos. Like the good mom that I am I looked to Pinterest for help. There were some really great ideas for games, decor, and the cake. We were just missing the most important part of the equation. So, how does one have a Lego party without Legos? I had to dig deep and found this and this and this. Here is our versions of those links.

I hid eight of these guys in our basement. One for each of the guest to find.


We played toss the bean bag into the bucket with our Lego head bean bags.

And then we had pin the face on the Lego head.

I made this banner out of construction paper. I just cut eleven 6-inch x 6-inch squares and tape on four 2-inch circles. Using a hole punch, I punched two holes a couple of inches apart at the top of each “brick.” Then threaded yarn through the holes to string the “bricks” together.

Then I decided for the favors to put in DS favorite things. Each guest received an assortment of DS favorite candy, a Lego Mini figurine, a bouncy ball, a silly straw and a bean bag. I found Chinese take out boxes at the dollar store and drew four circles on them to represent a Lego brick.

Again, it was a four year old party so I really didn’t get to take too many action pictures. Just know that a good time was had by all. And DS is now the proud owner of quite a few Legos.

Amber Tincher and Amy Leckrone

Co-founders Camp Mommawatchi


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