LEGOQuestII- a monthly Lego challenge for kidsIn January 2010, a Canadian homeschooling mom named Sam started a blog with a challenge for homeschooled kids to join in and create with Lego based on a theme. By 2012, she’d done 51 different challenges for her readers. There had been over 800 kids from all over the world playing along. Unfortunately, she decided it was time to step down, and finished up the fun after 2 busy and active years. You can see her blog, the challenges, and the amazing creations that the kids who joined in completed during those 2 years on her blog: Lego Quest Kids 

In 2013, I decided to restart the challenge. We did monthly challenges for about 4 years before interest tapered off and I chose to close it up. Let me say this: Kids are amazing engineers and designers. I am amazed at what they can create when given a general direction to be inspired from!

Since I know there are a lot of people who are still interested in this challenge, I’m keeping the list of challenges that we complete below. You can see what everyone made in these various topics and be inspired to build your own.

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The Challenge List: 

Below you can see all the challenges we’ve had over the years.

2013
September: Where I Live
October: Play 
November: Under the Sea
December: Seasons 
2014 2015
January: Technology January: Monsters
February: Heroes February: Architecture 
March: Time March: Astronomy 
April: Colour April: Spring  
May: Metamorphosis May: Motion
June: Danger  June: Food  
July: Night  July: Inventions 
August: Lighthouse August: Nature
September: Light vs. Dark September: The Movies
October: History October: Pumpkins 
November: Biology November: Construction 
December: Reflections December: Snow 
2016
January: Bridges
February: Simple Machines
March: Mini-Fig’s Big Adventure 
April: Earthquake
May: 2-D Art
June: Water 
July: Spaceship
August: Humpty Dumpty
September: Antarctic
October: Warm vs. Cold
November: Balance
December: Scoop It