LEGO White House

lego-white-houseMy kids made a LEGO White House when we studied the Presidents of the United States. We made it out of regular LEGO’s. First we read a book about the White House, where all the Presidents have resided since John Adams.Then one of my sons wanted to make a model of it with LEGO’s.

We looked at the outer shape of the White House. Using white LEGO bricks, we made four columns and then a triangle shape at the top for the front of the White House. This area is separated from the main residence, as you can see from the top picture.

lego-white-house-2We made a rectangular building out of white bricks, with a door on the front and the two sides. Then we studied the different rooms in the White House, and so we covered the floor of the White House with different-colored bricks for each room. The Red Room, for example, was red. In this way, we were able to make a replica of a White House out of LEGO’s.

If you enjoyed this post on how to make a LEGO White House, you might like the LEGO Bacteria and the LEGO Tower of Babel!

I agree to have my personal information transfered to MailChimp (more information)
Join our occasional newsletter for new articles, videos, encouragement, a Bible crafts e-book, & more!
We hate spam. Your email address will not be shared with anyone else.

Tags: , , , ,

6 Responses to “LEGO White House”

  1. Neat idea! 🙂 Have you seen the Lego architecture sets? There are a lot of famous buildings, but I don’t know if the White House is one of them or not.

    Eli made several Nanoblocks structures from different parts of the world when we were doing Exploring Countries and Cultures. 🙂

    • Susan says:

      Yes, I’ve seen specific kits for the White House, but we did this structure out of regular LEGO’s which most people already have. My kids have always loved playing with LEGO’s!

  2. This is so cool, Susan and looks like it was a lot of fun! My boys love anything Lego! What an awesome idea for celebrating President’s Day 🙂

  3. Love this!! Always looking for ways to make learning more fun for my LEGO-lover!! 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!!!

Leave a Reply