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We've been hard at work behind the scenes the past year preparing to bring you a whole new product collection: the SlideAway!
Help your kids to celebrate Mom with this darling DIY Mother's Day craft using paint and building bricks! They'll have so much fun making something special, and even younger kids can join in too.
We've just released an innovative new way to play with LEGOs... magnetic baseplates! Creative QT'sMagPlates are sure to bring your kids' brick play to a whole new level, oh and they are pretty fun for parents too!
Ever wish you could have the perfect LEGO Compatible play set up for long road trips? Well we've got just the solution- check out our latest DIY hack, the Magnetic LEGO Compatible Play Tray!
Wanting to do something a little different this year for your kids' Easter egg hunt? Us too! That's why we spent hours stalking Pinterest's finest ideas (and munching on chocolate eggs, the name name of research of course), to find you five really cool and totally novel egg hunt ideas!
Ok so you've got yourself a pack ofChore Sticks and they have been working a treat in helping to get your family motivated to do chores... but the novelty is starting to wear off. You are in need of some fresh ideas to add the fun factor back into family chore sessions. Fear not, here are five simple and fun ways to enjoy yourChore Sticks.
Toy storage is a pain point for most of us parents. Whether it's LEGOs all over the floor, an army of stuffed animals invading your child's bedroom, or endless bins, containers and bags overflowing, keeping toys organized is hard work! That's why we've decided to round up our five favorite toy storage containers which are modern, and most importantly, affordable.
We love seeing how creative you all get with our Peel 'n Stick Baseplates! Here is a simple way to create a portable LEGO Compatible makerspace, perfect for any kid's bedroom, courtesy of Hannah from @californiatoddler.
Last year we ran a week-long celebration of family STEAM and it was a blast! Here's a round-up of our favorite family STEAM projects to help you enjoy some quality play and learning with your littles.
Overwhelmed with LEGOs? Us too! That's why we grabbed somePeel 'n Stick Baseplates and made this simple IKEA hack storage station. It cost less than $90 to make, and there's not a single drop of glue required!
Send your kids on a sensory-filled rescue mission to save their frozen Minifigures!
Our kids love playing with water so we figured why not embrace their passion and challenge them to some underwater LEGO creating?!
Baking soda snow is so easy to make and such a fun sensory material for kids to explore. It makes the perfect base for your kids to build an arctic adventure on!
This challenge has it all- the building, the mess, the play, and most importantly the fun! Read on to find out how to make your own erupting LEGO volcano!
Building bricks are such a diverse toy. Sure you can build with them, but what else have you tried? We decided to take on a 5-day messy play challenge with our building bricks and we had an absolute blast!
Do your kids love LEGO? Ours too! How about books, do they enjoy them too? Same here! That's why we've put together a list of our Top 6 LEGO Themed Books for Kids!
There's just something so special about a homemade cookie that makes everything a little bit better - whether you're an adult or a child! We're always on the lookout for easy, healthy recipes we can make with our kids. This grain-free M&M cookie recipe* is one of our favorites! Naturally gluten-free, refined sugar-free and egg-free, it's the perfect easy-to-make cookie dough. Best of all? You can eat the cookie dough!
Hands up who can't resist all of the cute Valentine's crafting supplies in the stores at the moment? We looooove getting crafty with hearts, and so does our friend Myriam over on Instagram (@mothercould). She is sharing two super simple but hugely engaging Valentine's activities which take a matter of minutes to set up. Enjoy!