LEGO Challenge Cards {Printable}

Do your kids love LEGO? Then they will love these LEGO challenge cards!

LEGO Challenge Cards - Minifigures and Brick blocks

Over 250 Lego Challenge Cards


LEGO Challenge Cards

Building things from LEGO is a popular past-time for curious kids, but even the most creative kids sometimes need ideas to jumpstart their building sessions. Introducing these LEGO Challenge cards!

With just over 250 cards to choose from, your child can almost do 5 challenges a week to be creative and inspired in their LEGO designs.

The cards with the blue squares are all the main challenges – applicable to anyone, with a wide variety of ideas.Β The cards with other colours of squares are specifically related to holidays, celebrations, events, or faith. I did this so anyone who doesn’t celebrate something can just keep those cards out. Just cut out the cards and add them to a small box. Let your child pick out a challenge and get to work! It might even be fun if you join in too!

Some examples of what challenges are included in this card set:

  • Make a constellation.
  • Use only yellow bricks.
  • Make a dinosaur fossil.
  • Make a model plant cell.
  • What do you want to be when you grow up?
  • Design something while blindfolded.
  • Recreate a World War trench.
  • Make a model of your bedroom.
  • Go fishing.



Need more LEGO Fun?

For your LEGO fan, visit the archives of theΒ LEGOQuestII challenge. For over 2 years, we held a monthly building challenge and this is where you can get some more ideas.

LEGOQuestII Challenges

The Canadian Homeschooler Learning Centre

71 thoughts on “LEGO Challenge Cards {Printable}”

  1. I have a question. I would love to download these for a makerspace special week we are doing at our school. I signed up for the newsletter, and confirmed it through my email. Is it possible to download the 250 lego cards without signing up for the provided PDF to Doc program? Where do you log into this site?

  2. I am also trying to access free printables. I have clicked the link and confirmed my e-mail. I did not have another email come through to give me any access or code. I really wanted to see the Lego cards up colse. Thank you

  3. I subscribed in order to get the Lego Challenge cards, got an email with a link, clicked on the link, and it takes me to a page that says “Thanks for subscribing. Here is your free ebook.” It is a Canadian Adventure Book, which looks really nice, but I was looking for the Lego Challenge Cards. Thanks for any help you can give.

    1. Hi Edy,
      My email provider has that it sent you my welcome email with the information on how to get to the printables. Maybe it ended up in spam or something. I will pop you an email now.
      Lisa Marie.

  4. Gennai Henning

    Hi! This is just an awesome idea.Thanks for sharing. I have signed up twice now, but haven’t received any e-mail for confirmation.

    1. Hi Heather. Thanks for signing up. Did you get the email with the instructions? It looks like it was sent to you. I hope you got it by now! I’ll pop you an email fast to confirm.

  5. Looking for the Lego challenge cards. Please help!! I received the email with code…just isn’t working. Thx!!

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  7. Hi! I’m having trouble accessing the card, got the confirmation email and email with password but can’t seem to find anything to download.

      1. Hi Katherine,
        Did you get the email with the information on how to get to the printables library? One common problem is having an accidental space before or after the password. If you still have problems, pop me an email and I’ll try to figure out how to help you!
        Lisa Marie

  8. I would love to print these out but I get caught in an endless loop with the password and signing in. It looks like several other have the same issue, can you please help?

    1. Hi Mary Jo,

      I’m so sorry that this is happening to you (and anyone else!) I’m not able to replicate the problem on any browser so I’m totally confused what could be causing it. πŸ™

      I will pop you an email fast and let’s see if we can solve the mystery!

  9. I subscribed and clicked on the link, entered the password and found printables but not the Lego printables. Are they still available?

    1. Absolutely! They are there – just after the Canadian history printables you will see a Minecraft card set, a book report, and the LEGO cards. The picture has a circle with the words “Over 250 Cards” on it. Hopefully that helps!

  10. Hi. I just finished subscribing. I received the link and password. I typed it in and sent me to your prints led library but the Lego cards are not there. The only ones I see are history printables. There isn’t anything else. Could you please help?

    1. Were you able to scroll down? There should be like 9 rows with 4 items each. The LEGO ones are right after the history ones. (fourth row, approx?) If it’s still not working, pop me an email and we’ll get you those cards. Sorry about the hassle! (

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  12. I cannot access the LEGO challenge cards even with the provided link. It redirects me to sign up again. How do I gain access to the printables?

  13. I’d LOVE to use your clever ideas, but the email is not coming through. Anything I can do to remedy this? πŸ™‚

    1. Hi there. It looks like the system sent you the email with the information on how to access the printables. Let me pop you an email and we’ll get them to you!

    1. After you subscribed, you should have gotten a confirmation email. As soon as you click that it will give you the info you need to log into the printables page. Check to see if you can find it. It might be in your spam, promotions, or junk folders if you never saw it in your inbox! Let me know !

    1. Hi there.
      I’m so sorry that it took so long to get back to you! I’ve been crazy with the conference prep. I see that you signed up and are getting my emails, and that you clicked on that first message that should have directed you to the printables library. Have you gotten the cards yet? I hope so. I’ll email you directly to confirm.

    1. Hi Pam,

      When you subscribe, you should have gotten an email to confirm. That email has the password you need and will directly send you to a password protected page. All you have to do is enter the password from the confirmation email and it will open the library. The LEGO Cards are in there. I hope that you’ve been able to get logged in already.

  14. I signed up, but have not received an email! I would love to get access to the lego challenge cards. How do I do that? Thank you!

    1. Hi Oona,

      You shouldn’t need to get an email (although you should get one shortly after signing up!) I’ve moved the entire collection of resources to the learning centre so people didn’t have to deal with the hassle of my password protected page anymore. Now, all you have to do is log into the membership website and click on the printables library tab. All the printables are there. πŸ™‚

  15. Hi! I am trying to get the printable LEGO challenge cards, but no matter how many different passwords I try (capital letters, numbers, symbols, at least 10 characters) I’m getting a message that it must be medium strength. After reading these comments, it looks like there have been problems with this site since 2016. Can I please just get a copy of the challenge cards?


    1. Hi Brooke,

      Because of all the trouble I had back when I had a password protected library, I moved all my resources to a membership platform – it’s completely different than it used to be. I just haven’t deleted comments from the past. I’m so sorry that it’s giving you a hassle to sign up for the membership registration. It’s not supposed to be complicated. I apologize.

      I can help you get signed up if you’d like. Just pop me an email and I’ll get you set up.

      Lisa Marie.

  16. Jennifer Ferguson

    How do I get these cards. I am a school social worker and have a lego social group. My boys would love these

    1. Hey Jennifer – pop over to the learning centre and register for free . The cards are in the printable library there. πŸ™‚ You just need to download and print!

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