Lego Quest #34

LEGO Quest Challenge #34: Each competitor is challenged to use the same 30 block pieces to build anything they want. Although the colors of the blocks do not matter, the sizes of the blocks do. The blocks used for this quest must include the following:

5 – round plate 1×1
5 – brick 1×1
5 – brick 1×2
5 – brick 2×2
5 – brick 2×3
5 – brick 2×4

River, Lily, and Canyon took the challenge and this is what they came up with:

I made a king (in the back) and these are the two guards protecting him (pieces in the front). – Canyon

It is a castle that has a ton of lights. It is full of excited people wanting to dance with the prince. – Lily

I made a robot and I call it R377. It can shoot lasers and fly and also has a hammer on the back of its head. – River

You can see other creative projects made for this challenge. If you are up to it and are feeling like a challenge, then visit LEGO Quest Kids to learn about the next LEGO Quest Challenge.

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2 Responses to “Lego Quest #34”


  • Comment from LisaRose

    How clever they are! I thought that was quite a challenging task. Lovely to see how your children used their imaginations. My Miss 8 initially made a toilet but had a couple of bricks leftover which I wont tell you what she thought they could be (blushes … lol). She ended up submitting something else once we all got over our silly giggles!

    LisaRose,

    It was fun doing this challenge because Canyon was able to participate. He actually surprised me finishing his challenge in a matter of minutes.

    I have to laugh at Miss 8. I would have loved to have seen the toilet project. I hope you took a picture because that is definitely a funny one. Art takes all types of forms.

  • Comment from Tiffany

    Hhhmm my son loves Legos. I am going to look into this for him. Thanks for the post.
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