We all have used telephones in our daily lives. But ever have you imagined you could make a telephone with the help of Lego? So, we will teach you how to make a Lego telephone. You can make this telephone with your kids and enjoy playing with it. Let us begin.
Now let us list down the supplies list required to make a Lego Telephone. They are as follows:
- Lego Blocks
- Lego Base
- Circular Lego Pieces
- Lego Plate
- Lego Hinge
Steps To Make A LEGO Telephone
Step 1: First, place a Lego base on the flat surface or the table.
Making the Base
Step 2: Then place a Lego block above the base.
Adding a Lego Block
Step 3: Now, fix a small piece of Lego slope connected with the brick.
Adding a Slope
Step 4: Fix the small Lego pieces in the following manner above this surface.
Making Second Layer
Step 5: Simultaneously, fix one more sloping Lego piece on the top in the following manner.
Building the Forn Body
Step 6: Fix a small wite coloured Lego piece in the middle as shown below.
Building the Top
Step 7: Take a small Lego hinge and then connect these pieces.
Attaching the Hinges
Step 8: Once connected, fix a square Lego piece above.
Attaching Square Piece
Step 9: Fix a flat circular shape and cover the top.
Fixing the Circular Shape
Step 10: Now, connect a white circular cover and then connect this piece on the top.
Placing the Keypad
Step 11: Let us make a receiver for that. Firstly take a lengthy Lego piece, and above that, place a small Lego block on it.
Building the Receiver
Step 12: At both, its edges connect the sloping pieces and make it into the shape of a receiver.
Adding the Slopes
Step 13: At the base, add these two Lego blocks, which will support the telephone.
Adding Slopes to the Receiver
Step 14: The last step is to fix the receiver on the top by connecting it with the help of a flat Lego piece.
- We recommend you make a medium-size or decent Lego telephone size.
Things To Remember
- Make sure you add the hinges appropriately
- Make sure you follow all the steps and fix all the pieces
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.