Get inspired by this feat of eight-year-old engineering. Most notable for its rollable hinged digger bucket, its playful functionality is created by connecting eight hinged Lego bricks to the bucket. → Read more.
Why do we love the LEGO 3in1 Mythical Creatures set…we’re glad you asked!!! Find out in this Arts and Bricks’ kid-review. → Read more.
These simple build instructions use 8 common LEGO bricks to create this cute Thanksgiving turkey. Printable coloring sheet, too! → Read more.
Easy to follow pictures for how to build your own bat out of LEGO bricks. Perfect for kids who are fascinated with bats or Halloween decor. → Read more.
Looking for the best ideas for how to build LEGO for Halloween? We’ve got you covered! Created a favorite? Don’t forget, you can turn it into a wall sticker keepsake so you can decorate with it for years to come! → Read more.
Sharks! What kid doesn’t love them? But, how do you build a shark out of bricks? Here are a few inspirations and guides. → Read more.
If you’re hoping to build an alligator or crocodile out of LEGOS, look no further…we have sets, pre-builts and inspirational do-it-yourself videos to share. → Read more.
LEGO City Pickup & Caravan Building Kit (Model #60182) Our 7-year old recently received this cute set for his birthday; and it’s a favorite (translation: it won’t be taken apart the same day for modifications). So, what’s so great about this set? The obvious: → Read more.
Let’s face it – kids love frogs! My 1st grader took a trip to the local botanical gardens with his class to look for tadpoles and LOVED the entire science lesson. Did you know froglets are part of the life cycle? LEGO Classic Frog → Read more.
This set includes 244 pieces. The key bricks that this set adds to your collection are obviously the gears, but my personal favorites are the EYES –two big googly eyes and two “spinny” eyes. They are perfect for funny eyes on a monster, creating → Read more.
Get CREATIVE: this LEGO® Classic box set comes in a plastic storage bin shaped like a brick (bonus!) and runs about $50 for 790 pieces. → Read more.