It’s time for LEGO® Fun Friday!

If you’re new to Frugal Fun for Boys, Lego Fun Friday is a twice-a-month LEGO® feature with a LEGO® building challenge and blog linky.  At the end of each LEGO® Fun Friday post, I announce the next building challenge and the date that the post will be up.  You are welcome to link up any LEGO® post – not just posts about the building challenge.  If your kids want to participate in the challenge, but you don’t have a blog or don’t blog about LEGO®’s, feel free to share LEGO® photos on my Frugal Fun for Boys Facebook page on either Friday or Saturday.

This week’s challenge is to build a flying vehicle – a plane, a rocket, a spaceship, or anything!

Aidan recently bought himself the Lego Star Wars A-wing, and Gresham wanted one like it.  So Aidan built him Obi-wan Kenobi’s Jedi starship.

Lego Fun Friday: Build a Flying Vehicle

I was pretty impressed with his design.  It even has a droid socket for R2D2.

Lego Fun Friday: Build a Flying Vehicle

Gresham made a glider for one of his LEGO® guys.  The minifigure is attached by sticking his hands into the circles on the bottom of a brick – I didn’t know they could do that!

Lego Fun Friday: Build a Flying Vehicle

He also built another vehicle, which he said was a jet.

Lego Fun Friday: Build a Flying Vehicle

Now it’s your turn!  Link up your children’s LEGO® designs or any LEGO® post, or share photos of their LEGO® creations on Facebook!

But first, the next LEGO® Fun Friday will be March 15th, and the challenge is to use minifigures to create a funny scene.  Set up LEGO® Toy Story army guys in the bushes outside, make some minifigures raiding the pantry, or set up a LEGO® fisherman by your fish tank.  You can also find some inspiration in our post about taking photos of your Legos.  We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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  1. Teeny Weeny Bubble Mar 1, 2013

    Your Lego Models are fabulous.

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    1. Jenny @ The Brick Castle Mar 1, 2013

      That's briliant. I'm incredibly impressed with the glider - so simple - and I don't think any of mine have ever made use of the hands like that before either! :D

      I MUST take part with the next one...

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