Toys: Lego is an all time winner
Lego have entertained children of all ages, since their inception in 1934, and were one of the most popular toys in America for over 50 years. Founded in Denmark by Ole Kirk Christiansen, the Danish word "LEgGOdt" has been transformed into Lego, which means play well.
There are several choices for the LEGO games for children of all ages. The perfect set for the child on your list depends on their interests. Large and colorful Duplo sets will delight the youngest builders, while the sets of points attract older teens and even adults. Children aged 9 and 12 can choose from a wide variety of games to challenge their skills LEGO growing.
Since it began producing plastic bricks, Lego Group has released thousands of Lego sets themed around different interests, movies and television shows. Some of these include: space, robots, pirates, vikings, ninjas, medieval castles, dinosaurs, cities, race cars, construction vehicles, and much more. Some sets of LEGO building above the market today that your child will love.
LEGO offers a series of construction toys based on popular movies and television shows. These detailed sets to favorite characters, scenes and vehicles to life. They are great for imaginative play and make excellent display pieces, if your child grew up playing with Lego sets to collect them.
Lego has set the construction of many games based on popular themes in children. Aqua Raiders includes sets designed around underwater adventures, Mars Mission games are based in space, and the series includes LEGO Castle castles, knights, catapults, and more. Another theme is the popular Lego City, which contains both new and classic games Lego buildings and vehicles.
Lego Exo-Force is another set of Lego to create is an excellent option for many older children. Exo-Force is an animated story based on the opposing team Exo-Force against an army of robots. Your child can build the team Exo-Force robots and their enemies, and engage in epic battles.
If your child is looking for a bigger challenge, try to Lego Technics. These games are based on real life machines, such as construction equipment and trucks. They involve more complex construction, such as steering and suspension, and are available in a variety of difficulty levels.