Ages and groupings of
Generally the minimum age that children will
appreciate a LEGO party is 5 or 6 years old.
Children any younger often do not have the
attention span for it. With highly active 5 years
old, it might not work, since they are not likely
to leave their energy behind, unless they really
love LEGO. Mixing ages is great so no
worries about getting the siblings involved.
The maximum age for a
party is around 10 years old, but really this is
an imagined barrier. Adult LEGO parties are
entirely possible and even the right group of
teenagers might enjoy a party, though the usual
themes that I use will not work for people much
older than 10.
Number of Kids
My basic party price is
for 10 kids because this is likely the perfect
number. With a group of ten, the energy in the
room will usually stay small enough that I can
take time to connect with many of the kids and
focus some attention on more complex builds or
activities. With 15 kids, things can start to get
a bit crazy, though this depends on the size of
your space and largely on the kids. 20 kids is the
maximum and doing a party this big requires a
fairly large space.
have the opportunity to buy small sets in bulk,
fairly cheap. Let me know if you’re interested and
I’ll see what I have in stock.