If you’ve ever built a tower of LEGO® DUPLO® bricks with your toddler then you’ve probably noticed that they love knocking it all down. It is called destructive play and it’s surprisingly important for your little one.
There are so many different ways to play with LEGO® DUPLO® - here's just a few for you to try!
With a handful of LEGO® DUPLO® bricks and a few household objects, you can really help your toddler learn through play with these fun and simple memory games.
Bring your wildest space alien dreams to life with this imaginative take on the traditional game!
We all know a toddler that loves to perform in front of a crowd, so why not crank it up a notch by adding some shadow play to the fun?
Did you know that paper plate dinosaurs absolutely love chomping away on LEGO® DUPLO® trees? Test it out if you don’t believe us!
This is a brilliant and beautiful craft idea for keeping little hands busy!
That's right, with just a few LEGO DUPLO bricks and some homemade rings, you too can enjoy the thrills of the funfair.
Planning a birthday party with a LEGO® theme? Here are all the ideas you'll need to organize the best celebration EVER… from the invitations, right through to the party favor bags!
This maze is a great building activity that your little one can play with over and over again. Simply help them to build a maze out of LEGO® DUPLO® bricks, then put a ball at the start and see if they can make it come out the other side.
This is a super simple craft to do with your kids using little more than paper, scissors and paint – but watch how their faces light up when they see their creation brought to life!
Egg boxes make the perfect base for a fun animal-themed craft for you and your little one!
Ever wondered what scary monsters eat? Well, it turns out LEGO DUPLO bricks are their absolute favourite food!
Birthday party fun can start with the invitation, so here's a super simple template that your little one can get involved in creating with you.
Start your engines! LEGO building is all about fun and creativity, and making a balloon car is a thrill-packed activity for children.
Pre-schoolers love crafting with glitter but it does tend to get everywhere, so what could be better than a jar of swirly mesmerizingly glitter ready play with at any moment, but without the mess.
A fun LEGO® DUPLO® game you can play with your young child over and over again, is the color sorting game.
Halfway between this year’s Valentine’s Day and next year’s, our cute DUPLO Valentine’s hearts are still full of love.
Memories are unique, and they deserve a unique place to be cherished!
Setting the table for a cozy dinner? Or just spreading the blanket for a sunny picnic in the garden? Check out the easy and quick steps to build a colorful napkin ring in this new LEGO® Classic video!
Brighten up the breakfast table with a splash of LEGO® Classic colors!
Curious young explorers make fantastic archeologists. And what could be a bigger find for a junior scientist than dinosaur fossils! Fossils are almost like a time machine that can transport you back to our planet’s ancient past. Now, that’s a turbo imagination catalyst for any preschooler.
Toddlers love to build towers, and with good reason. It’s a natural part of your child’s development:
Fish come in three sizes: small, medium, and the one that got away!
If your kids have been inspired by a trip to the beach or aquarium, and you’re not ready to add another pet to the household, you can build your own fish tank, maritime museum...
Ahoy, sailors! Summer is always high season for boat fun. Regardless of the weather! Anything kids find, like sticks, leaves, newspapers, flip-flops, their favorite toys – even mom’s sunglasses – can be turned into a luxury cruise liner, fishing boat, sailing boat, barge, Viking ship, speed boat, or a canoe.
Did you know that some of the smallest dinosaurs that have ever been found were only about a foot long?
Tower of Imagination is a joint activity by The LEGO Group, the LEGO Foundation and UNICEF. The idea is simple: bring toddlers everywhere together to build small towers in real life to create one big tower online.
Did you know that building towers is universally fun for toddlers everywhere? It can seem so simple, but the ability to stack things together is a fundamental milestone for developing motor skills, spatial awareness and, not least, creativity.
If you have bought a themed set like the 10577 Big Royal Castle, don’t be upset if one day you find it’s been left in ruins after a gigantic battle between the king’s knights and maybe a big dinosaur or another toy that wanted a regal residence.
Did you know that forest fairies and elves love parties? It’s all about celebrating the little things, like rubber boots, a cute dress, grandma’s cookies, or look! A Squirrel! Or maybe you’re redecorating your magical creature’s room to look like an enchanted forest.
Let’s start with a disclaimer: you should not try serving tea or any other kind of beverage from a LEGO® teapot at home. But that shouldn’t keep your child from building one for their next tea party with their best friends (real life or imaginary), or with their favorite stuffed animals and dolls.
If your kids and their friends are training to become super heroes, you can turn a birthday party, a play date, or just a rainy Saturday morning into fun super hero role play with a few easy steps.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? If you’re playing with DUPLO bricks it could be anything… so of course it can be a super hero birthday building party for your own preschool super hero!
Few things say “childhood” like fairytales. Magic, fairies, elves, and worlds where you can be or do anything you can imagine have been parts of our childhoods for generations. But what if they’re not just imagined?
Throwing a birthday party for your toddler? Themed parties are so much fun for both your birthday toddler and their guests.
The whole family can spread the love with LEGO DUPLO Valentine’s Day decorations
Create silly photo props and make your own photo booth fun. It’s really easy and there are so many great themes to choose, so get snappin’!
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