Small builds for big conversations: Cyberbullying

Tools to help you talk to your child about cyberbullying

If your child uses messaging apps, plays video games or watches videos online, they might have encountered some kind of cyberbullying. Most children will really benefit from talking to a parent or a trusted grown-up about their experience, but often children don’t know how to start, or what to say. They’re not alone, many parents don’t know how to approach the subject either.

Our ‘Build and Talk Cyberbullying’ activity gives you the tools to have a relaxed and useful conversation with a child about online bullying as you tackle some fun and simple builds together.

Even if they haven’t encountered bullying themselves the activity will help you both identify bullying behaviours, and know what to do if it happens to them or a friend.

How it works

  • Adult critter talking to smaller critters on a couch

    Step 1.

    Download the activity pack to your tablet or phone. Grab your LEGO bricks and find a comfy place to sit together with no distractions.
  • Adult critter talking to a small LEGO critter on the sofa

    Step 2.

    The pack will guide you through two simple build and talk activities. You’ll find instructions on what to build, along with talking points to help you keep the conversation following.
  • a critter child and a critter parent building and talking

    Step 3.

    Now that you’ve broken the ice about cyberbullying, why not keep building and talking? Tackle other important topics with our collection of free activities.
an image of a phone and a small LEGO build that looks mean

Let’s build and talk cyberbullying!

Download the free ‘Build and Talk Cyberbullying’ activity pack to your smartphone, tablet or laptop. The only other thing you’ll need is your household’s box of mixed LEGO bricks and 15 quiet minutes with your child.
man and a women smiling

Cyberbullying Q & A with UNICEF

We want to inspire parents and care-givers to start a conversation with their kids about cyberbullying. Watch the video from our ’Live Build and Talk’ session where an expert from UNICEF answered people’s burning questions about cyberbullying, over some LEGO building. Hosted by LEGO Masters judges Matthew Ashton and Amy Corbett.