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Introduction: How to Build a Simple Lego House (For Children 8+)

WARNING: Choking Hazard- small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.

These instructions were written for a child’s (8+) use. Adults can use these instructions, but may find the task to be rather simple. The user should be able to build the house using the materials listed under the supplies section. This task should take a child 15-20 minutes to complete; an adult will be able to complete it in less than 10 minutes.


1 - Lego Door

1- 16x16 thin square base block

4- 8x8 thin square base blocks

12 - 2x2 Lego Bricks

6 - 2x8 Lego Bricks

16 - 2x6 Lego Bricks

36 - 2x4 Lego Bricks

1 - Lego Person (optional)

Step 1:

Starting with the thin 16x16 thin base block, place a 2x4 brick horizontally on each corner of the base.

Step 2:

Place one 2x2 (square) brick beside one of the previously placed 2x4 bricks

Step 3:

Place another 2x2 (square) brick beside the other 2x4 brick, leaving a 2x4 space in between the blocks. This space will be used for the door of the house.

Step 4:

Place the Lego door piece in between the two 2x2 square bricks.

Step 5:

Stack the remaining 2x2 square blocks on each side of the Lego door, such that the door frame structure is now six(6) blocks in height.

Step 6:

Place five(5) of the 2x4 blocks on top of each of the corner pieces that were constructed in step 1. The house should now have a completed front side (where the door is located), as well as two completed pillars in the back of the structure.

Step 7:

Now it is time to complete the back wall of the house. Stack the six 2x8 bricks and place them in between the back pillars constructed in step 6.

Step 8:

Now it is time to construct the side walls of the Lego house. Start by placing two of the 2x6 blocks on each side of the side walls as a base.

Step 9:

Continue building up the side walls by placing the remaining 2x6 blocks on top of the side wall bases, until each side wall is four(4) blocks in height.

Step 10:

To give the walls more structural integrity, place the remaining 2x4 blocks on top of the 2x6 blocks such that the walls are now six(6) blocks in height in order to complete the side walls of the Lego house.

Step 11:

The house should now have four(4) completed walls, with each wall (including the front of the house) measuring six(6) blocks in height.

Step 12:

The house is nearly complete! The final step is to construct the roof. Place one of the thin 8x8 square base blocks on top of one of the corners of the house.

Step 13:

Repeat step 12 until all four of the 8x8 thin base blocks are now covering the entirety of the house.

Step 14: Conclusion

The Lego house is now complete and ready to be enjoyed by the Lego person!

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How to build a home from LEGO

One of the easiest ways to get started on your LEGO-building journey is by creating a house — after all, you're working with bricks.

But if you've mastered the basics and want to enhance your skills, then we have more tutorials to teach you some fancy tricks, courtesy of this year's talented teams and our resident LEGO certified professional, Brickman.

Building walls:

Plain wall? Boring. But Andrew and Damian have a tip that can make your wall much more interesting. This includes a creative way to incorporate colour into your wall, and how to add a profile onto your wall. Watch the full clip above for their top tips.

Building floors:

Is a plain-coloured floor simply not doing it for you? It's time to elevate that floor with a cool pattern.

In the tutorial below Jackson and Alex reveal that you can create a pattern on a floor by using round single studs on a base-plate, before adding tiles on the top. It looks very sleek.

Building and using trees and plants:

Need some trees for your home? Trent and Josh have you covered. Making a tree out of LEGO can be a daunting task, but Trent knows all the tricks and all the parts you need. Josh also has some great advice on using colours and perfecting NPU (Nice Part Usage), which is when you creatively use a LEGO piece in a way it wasn't originally designed for. Watch the full clip below.

If you're wondering exactly how to incorporate the plants into your build, Brickman has some great ideas in the video below, including using vines on the outside of your house.

Building home furniture:

But we're not done yet. Our house needs furniture, and Jay and Stani have some great ideas on making a home office, with a range of fun household items that you can craft with their help, including a desk and a computer.

Creating a pet rabbit:

Finally, just in case you wanted a pet rabbit in your LEO home (don't we all), Annie and Runa have an incredible tutorial where they reveal how you can utilise NPU to create that perfect bunny. Watch the full clip below.

There you have it. Before long you'll have a stunning LEGO home built, and will have picked up some great tips and tricks to use in everyday LEGO building.

LEGO Masters airs Sunday at 7.00pm and Monday at 7.30pm on Nine. You cancatch up on every episode of LEGO Masters on 9Now.

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A while ago we wrote about Tiago Catarino's great YouTube channel. Every day he posts a tutorial video about how to build a small LEGO® creation. Now Tiago has made a new series about how to build a LEGO® house. The following videos show you exactly how to build a LEGO® kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom.

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Do you want to watch a fun LEGO® tutorial every day? Then subscribe to Tiago Catarino's YouTube channel.

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