Everything You Need To Know About LEGO

If you haven’t heard of LEGO then you must have been hiding under a rock for the majority of your years. LEGO is one of the most popular kid’s toys. In fact, the vast diversification of LEGO products available means that it is something which is now enjoyed by all ages, not just children, as other age groups such as adults and toddlers relish the opportunity of playing with the world famous building bricks.

 


The famous LEGO building bricks sprung to life in 1949 and they have continued to grow in popularity ever since. In fact, so much so is the popularity of the LEGO building bricks that they even have video games, children’s clothes, board games and even a theme park created in their honor.

As mentioned previously, there are a whole host of different LEGO markets available which all appeal to different ages, tastes and sexes. You can use Product Expert to find the top Lego products for different categories. To delve further into the world of the popular building bricks this article will reveal some information about some of the products available on the market today in order to give you a feel for what is out there.

The LEGO DUPLO range is created for those between the age of one and a half years old and five years old. Meaning that younger children can join in on the fun too! The DUPLO range is split into a whole host of different subcategories. There is the ‘My first LEGO DUPLO Set’ which features all of the basic bricks needed to start building. Then there is themed DUPLO sets based on cartoons, films and TV series, such as ‘Winnie the Pooh’s Picnic’ and ‘The Pit Stop’ which is based on the Cars films. Then there are DUPLO sets which are based on certain themes such as professions, with the likes of ‘LEGO DUPLO Creative Cakes’, ‘LEGO DUPLO Animal Clinic’ and ‘LEGO DUPLO Fire Chief’.

In addition to the LEGO DUPLO sets you also have LEGO sets which are solely based on certain films. For instance, there is the Harry Potter range, the Pirates of the Caribbean range, the Star Wars range and the Toy Story Range. These LEGO sets give off the feeling that they are more of a collectable, which is probably a lot to do with their higher age range and more intricate designs and builds. Most LEGO sets in this range have an age limit for children somewhere between six and fourteen. To give you an idea of the sorts of things these sets include, the Harry Potter range has the following different types; Freeing Dobby, Hogwarts Castle, the Forbidden Forest and The Knight Bus. The Hogwarts castle is the most elaborate and time-consuming of the four, hence its higher price tag.

Finally, you also have the LEGO Creator sets which are based around the assembly of vehicles and alike. For instance, there is the LEGO Creator Propeller Adventures, the LEGO Creator Mini Fire Rescue and the LEGO Creator Super Soarer.

Basically, there is a LEGO set for everyone!

 

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