Whether you have a few minutes or a few hours to play, we've got five easy builds that you and your toddler can have fun making! :-) http://www.lego.com/da-dk/family/articles/easy-builds-with-lego-duplo-156129ff337342039c68152e3208e417
On paper, children should be petrified of dinosaurs. In reality, they are OBSESSED. T. rex is a case in point. Ferocious, enormous and harnessing some real anger issues, he’s not an obvious candidate for a toy. But because he’s long gone, and poses absolutely no threat whatsoever, kids love him. Being extinct sure has made the T. rex more likeable.
Penguins are amazing! And can help brighten up a grey November day - why not help your toddler create their very own waddling friend? Check out our building instructions here: https://www.lego.com/en-us/family/articles/diy-penguin-729671936bea421a8ba470e51af11210?ignorereferer=true
Butterflies are beautiful! But they can also help you and your preschooler explore the notion of change and transformation. Find out how you can build one together: http://www.lego.com/en-us/family/articles/the-no-mess-art-project-youll-both-love-cb0dbb2d678449059a8229ab5a7d37e3
Spring is in the air! Why not welcome it in a fun and creative way by building this cute chick with your toddler? http://www.lego.com/en-us/family/articles/this-lego-duplo-diy-build-is-just-too-adorable-a035353a75924061b0d57f174c800ee4
A love of animals comes as standard with preschoolers. Farm, pet, polar, jungle… kids want to explore all that the animal kingdom has to offer. Here’s the next creature to fascinate them. Step forward, on supermodel-length legs, the ostrich.