Mission to Mars LEGO Building Challenge

For this week’s LEGO building challenge video the Brickies team plan to boldly go where no minifigure has gone before… Mars. We have two fun space themed building challenges for all our LEGO loving fans to build along to.

Our videos are designed for children aged 5 – 11 years old but LEGO fans of all ages can join in the building fun.

We have featured a photo of Johan Alexanderson’s – Space Castle. We think it is an epic build and if you like it too you can support it on LEGO Ideas – https://ideas.lego.com/projects/7f7ca4dc-752d-48b6-a979-0f3b365894ec

FUN FACTS ABOUT MARS

As this week’s building mission is all about Mars we think it is a fun idea to talk about some facts with your children whilst building along to the video. Learning through play can be a great way to digest information and connect with a topic. Check out National Geographic for Kids for more fun facts about Mars.

  • Mars and Earth have approximately the same landmass.
  • Mars is home to the tallest mountain in the solar system.
  • Mars has the largest dust storms in the solar system.
  • On Mars the Sun appears about half the size as it does on Earth.

We love to see your creations that you have built at home. Please send your photos to info@brickies.club or message us on facebook – www.facebook.com/brickiesclub

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Ghost Hunters LEGO Building Video Challenge

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For this week's LEGO building challenge video the Brickies team have been called into action to help out the people of a town called Clickscreep. There has been some unusual activity and ghostly goings on [...]

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