Halloween is a great time to get creative – from costumes and seasonal party food to activities and games. Express yourself this Halloween with 13 easy and eerie ideas for LEGO Halloween fun, perfect for getting into the spooky season!
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LEGO Halloween Ideas for Younger Kids
Apples are the ultimate autumn or fall fruit – think about bobbing for apples, or making candy apples as a sticky seasonal treat. These LEGO apples from Little Bins for Little Hands can be any size, any colour and would make a great addition to your Halloween decor.
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Little LEGO fans will enjoy this Halloween idea from No Time For Flashcards for easy seasonal fun. Create Frankenstein, candy corn, ghosts and pumpkins in minutes!
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The bats above might be too complicated for younger children, so what about this cute little one using LEGO Duplo.
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The classic jack o’ lantern has been created with LEGO by Little Bins for Little Hands, as well as a simple candy corn addition.
LEGO Halloween Ideas
Start with the classics and create a 3D jack o’ lantern, like this figure from Gizmodo. Happy haunting!
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Combine the pumpkins with a 3D skull – spooky, scary and perfect for Halloween! Skull A Day has full instructions so you can make your own.
Creepy, crawly spiders are perfect for this time of year – equally terrifying and fun for little LEGO builders.
Halloween is Frankenstein’s favourite day! Build your own with these step-by-step instructions from Bill Toenjes on Flickr.
Create a fantastic Halloween scene, which is a great table centrepiece or decoration, thanks to this how-to video from a LEGOLand Discovery Centre Boston master builder.
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Skeletons and pirates are classic costume options at this time of year (check out our DIY Halloween pirate costumes for great ideas), so it seems only fitting that Bricksir created this LEGO build for fans.
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What about this LEGO Halloween favourite? Brick 101 designed this great skeleton that can be made with classic LEGO pieces – we love it!
These eerie bats, hanging on a spooky tree, are another great build from FrugalFun4Boys – the moveable ‘wings’ really make the whole effect come to life!
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Don’t be scared, but Dracula is here to party! Vampires love a good Halloween trick-or-treat, so follow these step-by-step instructions from Bill Toenjes to build your own.
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What LEGO Halloween builds do you have in mind? Do your kids enjoy seasonal builds? Leave a comment below and let us know – we’d love to hear from you!