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
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
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.
Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to get creative with your little one, using their favorite crafts, materials and toys! Find some fun ideas here: http://www.lego.com/da-dk/family/articles/lego-duplo-valentines-day-decorations-f43f1bbef68d418faa1e78ee356cab3e