Do your kids have a big tub of LEGO® bricks? Turn those random parts into an afternoon of fun with some new projects to build!

This post contains links to several of our LEGO® building ideas. Click on the links to see the instructions for each project.

Unicorn Building Instructions – This has been a fan favorite, and it’s makes a great birthday party activity.

How to Build a Plesiosaurus – Cute little water dinosaurs.

6 Summer LEGO® Projects – Build a lighthouse, cactus, mini airplanes, a shark, a beach scene, and a mini pirate ship.

How to Build Puppies – The cutest ever!

How to Build Guinea Pigs – LEGO® pets are the best.

Build an Endless Cube – This little cube transforms its shape over and over. So fun to play with.

Build Silly Monsters – Fun for Halloween or any time. Several ideas in the post.

How to Build Bats – Two designs – a posable bat, and bats that hang upside down.

Simple Birds to Build – An owl, cardinal, ducks, and a cute peacock.

Build a Fidget Spinner – This is so much fun!

How to Build Mini Dragons – Three different fire-breathing designs.

How to Build Snoopy and his Doghouse – Definitely one of my favorites.

Build Spiders with Posable Legs – Creepy, crawly fun!

Pokemon Projects to Build – Fun characters inspired by digital art.

Mario Projects to Build – Create Mario, Yoshi, a fireball flower, and more.

If you prefer building ideas in print, check out our LEGO® books!

The links below are Amazon affiliate links, meaning that if you make a purchase through the links I will earn a small percentage of the sale at no additional cost to you.

Awesome LEGO Creations with Bricks You Already Have – This book is packed with 50 building ideas and instructions! Kids will be inspired to create vehicles, animals, robots, dragons, games, and more.

Epic LEGO Adventures with Bricks You Already Have – This book contains 5 crazy and funny adventure stories to read, plus step-by-step instructions to build the 37 projects used in the stories.

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