Who else has more than one child and only one LEGO catalog with the enclosed wish list form? I saw one of my twins filling out the wish list for himself the other day and I thought, “Oh boy. They are all going to want one of those for themselves.” We get more than one LEGO catalog even – but not one apiece! Plus the next LEGO catalog that came with Christmas ideas inside did not even have the wish list form. So here we go.
I was either gonna have to listen to my boys fight over who got to fill out the only official wish list – or I was gonna have to create my own. I went with the latter.
This free LEGO Catalog Christmas Wishlist printable actually comes with nine different design options so you can print out a different design for each child, or if they all want the same one they can be customized with colored pencils, crayons, or markers. And of course there is a place to write a name as well.
I put the free printable LEGO Catalog Christmas Wishlist to the test right away, leaving the printouts sitting around to see who would bite first. One of the twins grabbed a copy right away and asked if he could use it. I told him only if he let me take his picture. LOL! Of course I would have let him keep a copy of the wish list for himself anyway, but don’t tell him that.
Both he and I decided this little form for tracking all the LEGO kits you want for Christmas was just about perfect and I told him not to lose it, because I am sure certain relatives are going to be asking for a list soon. In this house, we are LEGO lovers and nearly every Christmas or birthday wish list is mostly LEGO. If that describes your house, your kids are probably going to love this printable too.
How to fill out your LEGO Catalog Christmas Wishlist
Here are a few of our favorite LEGO kits to help you start filling out your printable LEGO Wishlist! The lines are nice and big for elementary writers, but you might have to help your little ones fill out the form and start getting used to the LEGO format.
I just texted my daughter to ask her which was her favorite kit and she didn’t even say anything but five numbers. And we’ve been looking at LEGO catalogs and products for so long, I knew just what to do to find the name of the kit. So to fill out your wishlist you need the LEGO number, the item description, the price if that might be a factor for shoppers, and there is even a spot to rank the items by priority!
I just asked everyone in my family to share their favorite LEGO kit with you and here they are.
Joshua (age 8) picks Garmadon’s Mecha Man (#70613)
Peter (age 8) picks Nya’s Water Strider (#70611)
Caleb (age 11) picks Green Ninja Mech Dragon (#70612) [Are you noticing a theme? They all got to go see the new LEGO Ninjago movie last month…]
Anna (age 14) picks the Elves Queen Dragon’s Rescue Set (#41179)
Jonathan (age 16) picks LEGO Bionicle Maxilos and Spinax (#8924) (favorite of all time – this is super expensive but you might find it on Brick Link for less!)
Clara (age 18) picks LEGO Creator Expert Parisian Restaurant (#10243)
Mom (age 43) picks LEGO Ideas Birds (#21301)
Dad (age 45) picks LEGO Star Wars Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter #75168 (he actually keeps these on top of the bookshelves in his office.)