18 Comments

  1. Jasmine Nelson
    @ 5:04 am

    L-oved by the whole family
    E-ntertains for hours
    G-reat skill and educational development
    O-nly limited by your imagination

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  2. jac@CommonChaosChronicle
    @ 11:42 pm

    Our kids love Lego because they can transform it into anything they want it to be. With imagination, the possibilities are endless.

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  3. Sonia
    @ 12:17 am

    Besides Lego being great in developing kids imaginations and fine motor skills, my kids think it’s AWESOME and they LOVE IT!!!!

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  4. Sonia
    @ 12:19 am

    Besides Lego being a great product to develop children’s imaginations and fine motor skills, my kids think it’s AWESOME and the LOVE IT!

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  5. Jodi
    @ 12:32 pm

    As they love leaving it lying around on the floor, so mummy does her “Ooowwww Ooowwww” dance hopping on one foot after stepping on it!

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  6. Catherined
    @ 10:38 am

    They are loving the constant challenge of putting it together; pulling it apart etc and I am loving that it is a toy being used more than once!

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  7. Dan
    @ 11:17 am

    My son loves building towers, and now that he’s old enough to handle lego he can make them bigger than he is.

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  8. Dan
    @ 11:18 am

    My son loves to build towers, and now that he can connect lego he makes them bigger than he is.

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  9. bardie
    @ 9:16 am

    Fun, educational, helps with development, colourful, construct many objects, creative, keeps them quiet….the list goes on

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  10. Kim maxwell
    @ 11:42 am

    I think my kids love it because Lego is cool and everyone has always loved Lego!

    galwayst@hotmail.com

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  11. carmen
    @ 9:28 am

    Eight kids plus Lego equals heaps of variety to keep them all happy! In pairs or individually! Mum’s sanity is forever grateful!

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  12. Tim Watts
    @ 12:38 am

    Our daughter loves Lego because it’s the perfect activity for daddy-daughter time – a toy that offers creative fun that crosses both genders and generations.

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  13. Tim Watts
    @ 12:38 am

    Our daughter loves Lego because it’s the perfect activity for daddy-daughter time – a toy that offers creative fun that crosses both genders and generations.

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  14. Bronwyn
    @ 12:38 am

    I think my boys like it because you can leave little reminders in each room of your collection – lounge, kitchen, study, bedrooom…

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  15. This Mummy Maze
    @ 4:41 am

    Learning with play
    Ever changing imagination comes to life
    Great fun
    Over and over they build without getting bored

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  16. This Mummy Maze
    @ 4:42 am

    Learning with play
    Ever changing imagination comes to life
    Great fun
    Over and over they build without getting bored

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  17. Melissa
    @ 6:00 am

    I’m sure the Monsters Lego would love to meet our Star Wars, Toy Story, Ninjago, SpongeBob & Indiana Jones Lego. They’ll be one happy family!

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  18. Josefa Pete
    @ 10:24 am

    Lego turns my boys into building pals, police and bad guys, vampires fighting the jedhi – two brothers, building a friendship as strong as the Lego

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  19. Alison
    @ 2:57 pm

    Miss 7 is one of 5 and Lego takes her into her own world away from her siblings – she loves it!

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