Many of my students like to play with Lego bricks during their speech/language therapy sessions. I noticed that although, they would ask for certain pieces, they didn't always know what to do them. They would always try to follow a picture on the container. I made this resource to give them some options of what to build. So that it will fall under speech/language goals, I suggest you use them within the context of requesting (i.e., "Can we make a bird?", "May I have a small, green piece, please?"), describing (i.e. big, red block, curvy, green block, etc) and sequencing (i.e. ask them to build the figure from the bottom up, or from left to right, etc.).
What the resource is:
There are 10 pictures of different figures: airboat, house, pyramid, heart, bird, pirate, flower, tree, crab, and fish. On one side of the page is the figure completed and on the other side are the specific bricks that are needed to build it. Some have a different angle of the figure to better illustrate where a piece might go. All these figures were built by me with some help from friends. They are all original as are their pictures. I don't claim to be the most artistic person, but I think they look pretty close to what I claim they are. : )
I hope you will find this fun and useful.
Disclaimer: LEGO is a trademark of the Lego Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site.