Huge list of Lego Printables & Games

Sabrina has just sent in this fabulous (and huge) post of Lego games and printables.

There’s everything from grammar to maths to poetry.

Do check it out and let us know what you think in the comments!

Be genki,


P.S. I always say that teaching English is like playing lego. Β We first give the kids a load of bricks in each themeΒ then let them mix and match and build new things! πŸ™‚

Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. And when I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. So I'm sharing it all with you now...

6 Responses to “Huge list of Lego Printables & Games”

  1. Stephen Bartolo

    Fantastic links Richard. I always made flashcards or use computer software for building up word sentences, but overlooked the most obvious and fun building block of all to use. Goes to show that you can always learn something new!!!

  2. Lynne

    These Lego blocks are a great idea! It will be fun to combine these with the songs, to firm up the patterns in the songs.

  3. Margit

    I made a few sets right away; it came really handy.

    I made a few sentences from “Frog and Toad” as we are reading this with 6th grade class now.

    The interesting thing:
    First they were like “of we are playing like toddlers what a weird English class” especially the boy who used to play always and everywhere with Legos.
    Then I gave out the blocks and though this boy is very bad in doing things like this (sentence structure…) he was each time first to complete everything correctly.

    And my own son now 16 went “Wow Legos; where have these been so long” and started building right away!

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Markus Wolf

    There’s a Lego Store in our town (Kyiv, Ukraine) that advertised English classes based on Lego. I would love to be a fly in the room to see what they do. I am an Adult Fan of Lego, and have a lot of Lego fans in my group as well. We keep a bin of Legos out for when kids arrive and as they wait for pick ups.

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