Do your kids love Lego Bible Lessons?  This Lego Bible Lesson is great to use with a Lego Sunday School curriculum, Vacation Bible School, Children’s Message, or for any parent wanting to use Legos to teach their kids a bible lesson. Yes, this even works in a sermon for adults. What better way to teach a Bible lesson that keeps the kid’s attention than by using Legos!

Learning is always more fun when you add Legos. Teaching about Jesus and different Bible stories is a lot more fun when using bricks. Here is a fun, hands-on way for kids to learn an important lesson.

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Why Use Lego Bible Stories

How do you “play well together” with other people in your life using the gifts God has given you?

Legos are a classic and popular toy children enjoy all around the world. Combine Legos with the Bible and you know have a fun way to bring the Word of God to children and adults alike and it makes great Bible Lego Lessons.

“We all know that hands-on learning is one of the best ways to teach children. Putting something into their hands that they can quickly turn to play, inspires both imagination and cognitive thinking. Which is why LEGO® Bricks are an ideal learning tool.”

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If hands-on learning is one of the best ways to learn, then using Legos as a Bible learning tool is a great resource for your home and classroom.

How To Use Legos In A Bible Lesson

Use building bricks to build the character and landscapes for the Bible story you want to teach the children. Here are some examples:

  • Construction – Can you try to recreate the Bible landmarks or famous buildings the Bible story using Legos? Look at a picture of how the original buildings are created and use similar techniques using the Lego bricks.
  • Construction Challenges – Challenge the children to create the highest tower or the strongest bridge using a given set of bricks. And while they are building, tell them how that is a similar tower or bridge in the Bible story you are learning about.
  • Design a Home and Family – Create a home for a minifigure family. What kind of home would they like? What characteristics does it need to match the Bible story?
  • Play the ‘Roll a Dice’ game – Children play in pairs (or small groups) and take turns to roll a die. After rolling, they build a tower with that many studs. The child with the highest tower (that doesn’t fall over) after a certain number of rolls wins!
  • Vehicle Challenges – Design a vehicle that will safely carry an egg over a long distance. Can you have a competition with your friends to see which vehicle will travel the furthest?

After you and the children build your creations, use them as you teach the Lego Bible Lesson. Or, have them repeat the story to you while they use the Lego creations they just made as they listened to you share the Bible story.

For more ideas, here is a great list of how to use Legos in a classroom!

Resources for Bible Lego Stories

Below are just a few resources that we use and love when we are doing a Bible Lego lesson with our kids or in ministry. Of course, you’ll need legos and a Lego Bible or Brick by Brick Bible.

 

LEGO Classic Medium Creative Brick Box 10696 Building Toys for Creative Play; Kids Creative Kit (484 Pieces)LEGO Classic Medium Creative Brick Box 10696 Building Toys for Creative Play; Kids Creative Kit (484 Pieces)LEGO Classic Medium Creative Brick Box 10696 Building Toys for Creative Play; Kids Creative Kit (484 Pieces)glipit Bible NLT (Silicone, Blue)glipit Bible NLT (Silicone, Blue)glipit Bible NLT (Silicone, Blue)Brick Builder's Illustrated Bible: Over 35 Bible stories for kidsBrick Builder’s Illustrated Bible: Over 35 Bible stories for kidsBrick Builder's Illustrated Bible: Over 35 Bible stories for kidsThe Complete Brick Bible for Kids: Six Classic Bible StoriesThe Complete Brick Bible for Kids: Six Classic Bible StoriesThe Complete Brick Bible for Kids: Six Classic Bible StoriesKidkraft 2-in-1 Activity Table EspressoKidkraft 2-in-1 Activity Table EspressoKidkraft 2-in-1 Activity Table Espresso

 

Lego Bible Lessons

Check out this quarantine Lego tower. Twenty-five floors and over 8 feet tall. This took a long time, but we had a blast with building this Lego tower.

 

Play Well Together: Lego Bible Lesson

This is my husband, Rev. Michael Borgstede, and he presented this sermon titled Play Well Together using Legos at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Aurora, CO on May 3, 2015. It was the 50th Anniversary of our church and part of a meaningful celebration.

We had a great day and everyone was given a Lego piece. Those pieces were used to teach a Bible lesson during the sermon and everyone got to take one home as a reminder of what they learned.

Free Printable Lego Bible Lesson

Use this free printable PDF Lego Bible lesson to keep kids and adults engaged in God’s word as you use the fun of Legos to keep their interest. This is a transcript of the Lego Bible Lesson in the video above.

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How do you “play well together” with other people in your life using the gifts God has given you?

Have you used a Lego Bible Lesson before? What has been your favorite Lego Children’s Sermon you have heard? Leave a comment below and let us know.

 

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