Lego is a legacy. Who as children have not played with these, or lamented over not being able to get those two ornery pieces apart? They are now featured in video games (Legos Star Wars anyone??), as well as many different other venues. This post is dedicated to those amazing and aggravating little toys that can inspire us all!
Check out this huge collection of 100 LEGO ideas from YouTube. Granted, I haven’t viewed them all, but my little boy watches these all the time. One of my favorites is the very last video in this post, as it shows how someone has made a properly-working labyrinth out of Technic Lego! My little boy loves it, and I’m sure you will too!…read more at Design Soak
Legos for Leukemia:
Aiden first began playing with Legos when the toy cart at Kosair Children’s Hospital brought them to Aiden’s room, Johnson said. During Aiden’s first struggle with cancer, his father would help him build with Legos. Ever since ……More at Legos for Leukemia: Legos help build hope | IU Southeast Horizon
More Lego Fun…
- This stealthy bookend safe is made entirely out of LEGOs
- Legos take over State Fairgrounds
- Legos spill on highway, mom claims responsibility | MyFOX8.com
Legos Are EVERYWHERE!!!
— WaterlooLabs (Waterloo Labs) (@WaterlooLabs) Wed Mar 20 2013
— KSL5TV (KSL 5 TV) (@KSL5TV) Wed Mar 20 2013
Have you ever though of using #Legos as a way to build your preschooler’s motor, reading and spatial skills? http://t.co/Z6eHnfeIGu
— thewilltosee (Sarah DeNike) (@thewilltosee) Wed Mar 20 2013
Since I can remember I’ve been playing with Legos or wooden blocks, but now I found a way to get paid for… http://t.co/jcIvWbyrWo
— santiagopgm (Santiago PerezGrovas) (@santiagopgm) Wed Mar 20 2013