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How To Build LEGO Numbers

Updated on June 2, 2015

LEGO bricks are an amazing building toy. With a few simple shapes, people have been able to design countless buildings, vehicles and other objects.

LEGO products are constantly being used for educational purposes. Building numbers with LEGO bricks is not only fun, but can be a great way to teach kids how to count. The following instructions will show you how to create the numbers zero through ten. They are built at a scale five bricks high. There are other ways to create the numbers below, but hopefully these will help you get started.

Zero

Pieces

6= 1X2 Bricks

2= 2X4 Bricks

LEGO Zero Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Zero Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Zero Building Instructions Steps 5-8
LEGO Zero Building Instructions Steps 5-8

One

Pieces

4= 2X2 Bricks

1= 2X3 Brick

LEGO One Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO One Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO One Building Instructions Step 5
LEGO One Building Instructions Step 5

Two

Pieces

2= 2X2 Bricks

3= 2X4 Bricks

 LEGO Two Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Two Building Instructions Steps 1-4
 LEGO Two Building Instructions Step 5
LEGO Two Building Instructions Step 5

Three

Pieces

2=2X2 Bricks

1=2X3 Brick

2=2X4 Bricks

LEGO Three Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Three Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Three Building Instructions Step 5
LEGO Three Building Instructions Step 5

Four

Pieces

1=1X2 Brick

3=2X2 Bricks

1=2X3 Brick

1=2X4 Brick

LEGO Four Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Four Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Four Building Instructions Steps 5-6
LEGO Four Building Instructions Steps 5-6

Five

Pieces

2= 2X2 Bricks

3= 2X4 Bricks

LEGO Five Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Five Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Five Building Instructions Step 5
LEGO Five Building Instructions Step 5

Six

Pieces

2=1X2 Bricks

1=2X2 Brick

3=2X4 Bricks

LEGO Six Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Six Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Six Building Instructions Steps 5-6
LEGO Six Building Instructions Steps 5-6

Seven

Pieces

4=2X2 Bricks

1=2X4 Bricks

 LEGO Seven Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Seven Building Instructions Steps 1-4
 LEGO Seven Building Instructions Step 5
LEGO Seven Building Instructions Step 5

Eight

Pieces

4=1X2 Bricks

3=2X4 Bricks

LEGO Eight Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Eight Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Eight Building Instructions Steps 5-7
LEGO Eight Building Instructions Steps 5-7

Nine

Pieces

2=1X2 Bricks

1=2X2 Bricks

LEGO Nine Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Nine Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Nine Building Instructions Steps 5-6
LEGO Nine Building Instructions Steps 5-6

Ten

Pieces

6= 1X2 Bricks

4= 2X2 Bricks

1= 2X3 Brick

2= 2X4 Bricks

With the numbers zero through nine, you can build whatever number you want. All you have to do is place them in different sequences. I used one and zero to make ten.

LEGO Ten Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Ten Building Instructions Steps 1-4
LEGO Ten Building Instructions Step 5
LEGO Ten Building Instructions Step 5

Count to Ten..

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