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LEGO’s are plastic block toys that can be connected to build just about anything you can dream of! LEGOs begun to rise in popularity in the mid-20th century and still today are one of the most popular toys on the market. The concept of the LEGO brick has stayed the same since the early 1950’s, keeping it the same, child friendly fun design.

LEGOs are a great learning tool and can be used to increase many different skills. Including skills such as creative thinking, spatial skills, math, and problem solving. Using the building blocks to create different shapes require you to make the necessary judgements to correctly build your piece. The problem solving when a piece doesn’t fit together is a great way to keep you brain moving and active.

Moving around different LEGO block pieces is also a great way to develop hand eye coordination and bilateral integration- meaning the skills of using two side of the body, both of your hands to create a LEGO masterpiece.

Lego teaches you many soft skills including the way you work and interact with other while building LEGO. Interacting to build increases your communication skills and teamwork skills. It is a great way to work with others and problem solve together.

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Frequently asked questions

What does LEGO stand for?

The name Lego is an abbreviation of two Dish words. The two words are ‘Leg got’, which translate to ‘play well’. Lego has stated that ‘It's our name and it's our ideal’.

What are the holes in LEGO called?

The bumps on a piece of LEGO are called studs and are used to connect with other pieces.

Why is LEGO so popular?

There are many reasons why LEGO continues to stay so popular. LEGO are continuing to bring our many different sets which have a great appeal to a large audience. Whether its a Star Wars set or a barbie set, there is sure to be some sort of LEGO that appeals to you and your interests.

What age group is LEGO for?

Depending what LEGO you choose will depend on the appropriate age range suitable. It is recommended that 4 is the youngest age for a child to begin playing with LEGOs, with parental supervision.

What age do kids stop playing with LEGO?

There is no set age you should stop playing LEGOs! There is many different LEGOs set which are incredibly complicated and hard making them perfect for a more older LEGO player.

Can playing LEGO be good for brain?

LEGO is great for the brain and has been linked especially on increasing children’s attention span. Children have to concentrate hard when building their LEGOs, especially when something isn’t working out or their pieces are not fitting together. The more immersed and focused the child is in this activity helps them develop focus and increases their overall attention span.

Can LEGOs be used to improve math skills?

LEGOs can absolutely be used to improve math skills in a fun yet effective way! You can use LEGOs to practice sorting by colours and numbers which is great if your child is a more visual learning. Seeing the blocks visually move around in groups is a great way to learn addition and multiplication in a simple way. Using LEGOs to teach math can help sharpen these cognitive skills.

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