Save Your LEGO Books for Future Builds

It always seems to start the same. We buy a new kit and build it. It gets played with for a few weeks and then eventually it ends up disassembled and incorporated into the mass that is the big box of LEGOs. This isn’t really a problem if you keep the instruction manuals because you can alway go back and rebuild the kit anew. The problem becomes “How do I keep the little books safe, intact, and together?”

A collection of LEGO books stored for future use.

A collection of LEGO books stored for future use.

I find that 3-ring binder pages work really well for this task. The 1-pocket document page works great for the large kits. The 1-pocket photo pages are good for the medium large kits and the 2,3, and 4 pocket pages do a good job of holding the booklets for the smaller kits. Sometimes I had to stack two booklets to fill a pocket because of the odd shape of some of these instructions.

When assembled, the LEGO binder is a fun item for my kids to flip through while we remember the fun we had assembling these kits.

by Martin Dale

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