So excited to share this Free Lego Valentine Printable today with you! Our home is filled will Lego fans. My boys can spend hours playing Legoes (including my husband). I like to think of my husband as a master builder. He doesn’t use instructions but always comes up with amazing ships. But Lego’s aren’t just for boys. My daughter isn’t quite old enough to build with the bricks just yet. But she loves playing with the people and the cool things her dad builds for her. He had to buy her this set for Christmas even though she already had all her gifts bought.
I created this fun Valentine’s printable for my second son, Draco. My favorite part about this Lego Valentine’s Printable is that you can make it a non-candy Valentine or throw in some Lego Gummy bricks. Draco was diagnosed at age three with Type 1 Diabetes. It’s always great to get non candy treats. You can order some basic bricks from Amazon and fill up a little bag. What kids wouldn’t want Lego’s? Non candy is great for kids (or parents) who are trying to be healthy or kids that have allergies. Or if you want you can use this Free Printable and share some Brick Gummies. My son decided to go with the Jello Gummies. He was so excited about these Lego molds. These kind of instant sugars are great to save for when you have a low blood sugar. We usually go through his Valentines’s candy stash and set aside some for that purpose.
And don’t you love the great reminder to build each other up!!! I’m trying so hard to teach, encourage, and remind my kids to be kind and lift others up. We talk about ways we can stand up for others or celebrate with them when something amazing happens. It’s a good message we all can work on. I’ve been trying this year to vocalize compliments or go out of my way to encourage and help others. Kindness makes the world a better place.
Snag this Free Lego Valentine Printable
And I like to think that that all of our Legos would want to build each other up. I mean, look at them all being friends above. If Harley Quinn and Captain America can set aside their differences and be friendly for this picture, surely we can try a little harder to lift those around us. And I know my kids love all things Lego’s. But the thing that drives me crazy is when the Lego people aren’t put together correctly. I’m not as bad as President Business. I’m all for being creative (one of my favorite things about Legos) and I love that my kids can mix things up. But there is no reason to remove arms. And if you must switch pants or hair, keep them together. When I play Legos with my kids I usually end up collecting all the body parts and organizing them. And I couldn’t even find Wonder Woman! I did find her lasso…
How cute are those Lego candies???
You can also find the recipe over at my SIL’s blog. Papa knew her boys would want some too.
So which would you rather share? The Gummy candies, Lego bricks, or Lego crayons using the Lego molds? Share it in the comments below. And remember it can be hard to follow the instructions in life. So let’s try to be kind friends and build and lift each other up. We can teach our kids that they can make a difference. Click over to see the other Free Printables on the blog.
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