Valentine’s Day is not just for couples anymore. It’s a great time to bond with your children over something other than the endless trail of treats, enormous boxes of chocolate, and little cards with meaningless phrases. Instead, give your little ones a gift that will keep on inspiring them and brightening their faces with smiles, long after the joy of February 14th is over. This is the power of LEGOs and LEGO brand products.
[heading style=”1″]LEGO Block Play:[/heading]
As we all know, LEGOs are awesome. They are relatively inexpensive, fun, and deeply engaging. Give a child any LEGO City set, and watch their imagination run wild. In a few moments, you can observe your entire living room transform into a space station, a marina, or a completely interactive princess fantasy land. The possibilities are endless and so is the amount of laughter everyone will share when you foster your child’s imagination. Not only are LEGOs a great way to encourage social interaction, but they also challenge their fine motor skills, and offer children the chance to reap the tangible rewards of accomplishment and pride, togetherness, and creative thinking. Let them be forever inspired while building Lego City kits or diverging and creating their own LEGO wonderland.
[heading style=”1″]LEGO Video Games:[/heading]
Are you children a little older and want to step away from stacking blocks on the carpet? Do you kids love technology and own all of this generations gaming consoles? Then why not give them a game to bring out the diehard kid and geek in everyone? LEGO video games are a staple in my home. We have everything from LEGO Star Wars to LEGO Harry Potter. We’ve spent hour upon countless hours immersing ourselves into the lore of our favorite stories while becoming our favorite iconic characters.
For someone who’s never played a LEGO game before, from start to finish you can expect roughly 10 to 15 hours of gameplay. However, for those of you who are seasoned gamers and know your way around a Red Brick, LEGO video games can linger for up to (and sometimes more than) 30 hours. LEGO games are the games that keep on giving. Between puzzles and exploration, parents and their gaming kids will have plenty of bonding time and plenty of comical situations to laugh over and enjoy. But you don’t have to take my word for it, grab any LEGO game and let the EPIC fun begin!
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