Want to create your own new LEGO BOOST project? We thought you might! Once you get started, there’s no telling how many new adventures you and your new robot friends will go on. You can create as many projects as you want. Just watch the video, or follow these handy instructions.
Having a problem finding the building instructions for your LEGO BOOST kit? Yeah, they’re pretty important to getting started, and the robots can’t wait for you to discover and build them. See how they’re wiggling around on the menu screen? They all want you to pick them! Don’t worry, just watch this video, or follow this handy guide to help you locate the instructions:
You can build and code activities with LEGO BOOST on different levels, from beginner to medium and advanced. Here’s a handy way to find out if an activity will be easy or a little bit more challenging. Don’t worry, though – practice makes perfect, so keep on building and coding! Watch the video, or read this guide:
Need to disconnect your Move Hub from the LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox App? If you close the app, it will automatically disconnect, but if you just want to give your robot a break while you’re coding, you can disconnect the hub and save a little battery time, too.
If, for some reason, you need to reset your progress in the LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox App, watch this video - it’s easy! Maybe you want to start over, or let someone else in the family have a go at the whole experience. In that case, a reset will erase all your settings and take you through the full building and learning process again.
The LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox App supports many languages. When you download the app, the language is preset to your Apple or Android App Store account location. But if you want Vernie to speak Italian, and Frankie to meow in Hungarian, watch the video, or follow these easy steps to change to your preference.
If your robot is feeling lonely and you end up playing with a friend’s robot, too, you can connect more than one LEGO BOOST Move Hub to the app. That way, the robots will have company, and you can have even more fun!
The AutoBuilder is every curious scientist’s wildest dream. It’s a LEGO® mini-robot factory. Yes, it’s LEGO building LEGO! Confused? Don’t worry, all you need is your curiosity and the LEGO BOOST Creativity Toolbox App to complete your own cool brick-y-nator.
The M.T.R.4 is a rover like no other. It’s built to explore its surroundings and help you lift, move, and even toss things, should you ever have a need for that.
Did you know that you can make your own music with the LEGO® BOOST Guitar4000? You can build the guitar by following the easy building instructions in the LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox App!
Frankie the LEGO® BOOST robot cat is just like a real cat, except he’s made of LEGO bricks, so there’s no risk of allergies there. He’s looking for a good home, so you can build him by following the easy building instructions in the LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox App.
Have you met Vernie, the LEGO® BOOST robot? He’s very pleased to meet you, but you have to build and code him first. To do that, just follow the easy building instructions in the LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox app.
The LEGO® BOOST Creative Toolbox comes with five complete building instructions for funny LEGO robots, but did you know you can also build and code your own creative robots?
You don’t need to be a computer programming expert, a math or science genius, or even a grownup to start playing with LEGO® robots. (Whether you WANT to become a coding genius in the process is up to you – but that’s a whole other story.)
To the untrained eye (okay, most people!), “coding” is a seemingly random mix of lines of text and numbers that make computers and machines perform specific tasks. It takes months, even years to learn computer language – a challenge that can get the best of any adult.