And I think to myself...
that’s a really cool world!
Press play to discover a world where hotdogs grow on trees and dinosaurs rule the dance floor.
Rebuild the world and use all colors. Pink sky? We love it.
Watch out, world: this princess means business
And every roof and road and cloud. Dot. All. The. Things.
Our motto is “dance along to get along.” Even the T-Rex gets it.
You don’t always need a controller to get control. These LEGO® sets bring the most iconic video games to life, so kids can build their favorite adventure – literally! Ready to turn pixels into bricks and enter the fun zone?
Planes, trains and automobiles. Helicopters, trucks, and submarines. Oh, and spaceships. And earth ships. We got them all. Build them, customize them, crash them, combine them!
What magical rebuilds can kids conjure from the world of LEGO® Harry Potter™? What goes with red hair? How many different ways can you stack Diagon Alley™?
“You can stay up past your bedtime when pigs fly!” is so yesterday. Try “… when I see pigs fly without an imaginative LEGO helicopter harness or custom-built rocket booster” instead.
Not all heroes wear capes. Like our LEGO® police, firefighter, doctor and nurse sets. Maybe the firefighters have to take on a shipwreck. This giant’s feeling unwell – is there a doctor in the house? Think of all the epic play scenarios.
Every princess needs somewhere awesome to live. And a sidekick. And a carriage to race around. And an endless supply of epic adventures to keep her busy until dinnertime.
The galaxy’s most epic stories are created by kids. Bring home a fleet of starships and Stormtroopers. Dare to invite the Death Star into your living room. Rally the family and rebuild the Resistance.
The ultimate in confident creativity. Arts and crafts sets brimming with colors, patterns, and combinations for kids to explore their most creative side right out of the box. Create, recreate, repeat. Make it different, make it whacky, make it more like you. Decorate it, wear it, and show it off!
See the World through children’s eyes. Time to begin your exploration. Rotate, zoom, travel and explore five different continents of the World Icon: the pink one is all about Places, yellow is full of Nature, green is where Vehicles roam, orange is full of Fantasy creatures and the grey one is all about Objects. Discover creations that children and families from all over the world have shared with us in the last months. If you feel inspired, you and your family can contribute to the World Icon by submitting your builds here.
LEGO® Rebuild the World is providing kids with a platform to creatively express themselves through the power of play - who better to bring that creativity to life than kids telling other kids’ stories? In this installment of the LEGO Rebuild the World docuseries, kid correspondent Jaden Jefferson interviews Sutton Garner, a 16-year-old in Canada who co-founded I Can for Kids foundation—a charitable organization created to provide hungry children and youth with healthy food over the summer break.
In this installment of the LEGO® Rebuild the World docuseries, watch kid correspondent Jaden Jefferson interview Jordan Reeves, co-founder of Born Just Right, a solution-based non-profit that empowers kids to create their own ideas and unleash new abilities and live a more enjoyable life.
In this installment of the LEGO® Rebuild the World docuseries, kid correspondent Jaden Jefferson sits down with Owen Hunt—a courageous little boy who has spent much of his life in the hospital. But that hasn’t stopped his natural passion for helping others—it’s only fueled it more! Determined to inspire positivity, Owen organized not one, but two, donation drives to collect LEGO sets for Ronald McDonald House Charities® to lift spirits and help other kids experience the joy of creative play. His latest donation drive collected almost 300 LEGO sets!
In this latest installment of the LEGO® Rebuild the World docuseries, kid correspondent Jaden Jefferson interviews the Runyon Family. Parents Nick and Whitney Runyon started an organization called The Archibald Project, which raises awareness and helps kids find their perfect homes all around the world. Check out the episode to hear their children – Nicholas, Chambers and Israel – share what their family means to them and how they’re inspired to be creative.
In the last installment of the LEGO® Rebuild the World docuseries, kid correspondent Constanza Landon interviews Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz from Chiapas, Mexico who earned a nuclear science award for developing a solar heater that provides hot water to many people in her community. Xóchitl used her creativity to build a replica of her invention with LEGO bricks.