LEGO® activities to help you talk to your child about digital safety and wellbeing
Take your child on an adventure in the online world, with our new story-style activity. As you read the story out loud, your child is encouraged to build an imaginary LEGO creature. Meanwhile, you’ll find conversation starters about things like how to balance time online with other activities and the importance of taking regular breaks.
Before you start, why not refresh your knowledge?
This fun, interactive adventure helps you and your child talk about the importance of thinking critically about the information and people you come across online. While your child enjoys building an imaginary LEGO character, handy question prompts help you chat about topics like how to know whether something is fake or fact and how misinformation can spread online.
Discover more about this topic in our Q&A.
Easy to start
Open the activity on your tablet or phone (a bigger screen will be better). Grab your LEGO bricks and find a comfy, quiet place to sit together.
Just follow the story
Read the story aloud to your child. You’ll find guidance on what they need to build as you go along.
Use the suggested questions and conversation prompts to start chatting about digital safety and wellbeing.
Our collection of fun, free Build & Talk activities give you the tools to have relaxed conversations with your kids about life online, over some LEGO building. As your child gets creative you can break the ice about important online safety topics like managing screen time and avoiding scammers or bullies.
Online safety tips for parents
Find some practical tips to keep your kids safe online, developed with our partner UNICEF.
A partner in online safety
We've joined forces with the DQ Institute, a world-leading think tank on digital citizenship and child online safety, to help children develop much-needed digital life skills. Through our partnership, we’ve created learning experiences based on a competency framework pioneered by the DQ Institute.
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