It took more than two years, but the wait was worth it!
It took more than two years but the wait is now over: LEGO just announced that its first-ever Sesame Street set will launch in stores on November 1, 2020 and it’s proudly designed by a Pinoy!READ MORE STORIES ON LEGOIvan Guerrero is
Some collectibles can be resold at a price markup of 613%.
Legos are amazing toys that provide ample opportunities for creativity, open-ended play, and learning STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), but they are also pretty expensive. (Also, if you’ve ever stepped on a Lego, you’d know the meaning of excruciating pain.) Well, it turns out the money you’ve
You want to get something awesome that he will treasure, not just during the holidays, but for years to come.
You've been busy. Someone in the family got sick. There was a typhoon. Maybe there was a bank glitch or an emergency car repair. Whatever the reason, you haven’t finished your shopping for your inaanaks, and now you desperately need to find
These wooden toys, which teach you that fewer toys can mean more learning, are designed to grow with your baby.
Every parent wants what’s best for their baby, especially when boosting their little one’s brain development. That’s why it’s easy for books and toys to accumulate in the house because we all know that reading and playing jumpstart learning. The problem is
He started out by watching YouTube videos before having formal lessons in school.
At an early age, Angel Ken Young or Aky for short already had an affinity for building and crafting. His mom, Beth, tells SmartParenting.com.ph that his favorite toys as a kid were building blocks, and he graduated eventually to Legos and construction kits.
It can even bring your child’s creations to life!
Parenting now is going back to its roots. While techy toys are still in the market, many parents now are embracing classic toys parents used to play with they were children. They're cheaper than battery-operated ones and they aren't easily outgrown by
Looking for something new to entertain guests at parties? Check out this new life-sized game.
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could build a tower using life-sized building blocks?This newest life-sized game from SupersizedPH is giving you exactly that. It’s almost like someone took a box of Legos and magically made them big enough for kids (and
Think you're part of that crazy group of moms with brick-obsessed children? Check out this list!
Photo from achildgrows.com1. You're always broke. Lego is insanely expensive, especially in the Philippines. The toys cost 35 to 45% more than in other countries. But because they are your child's favorite plaything, you fork over the cash to support their building
Will hit store shelves in August 2014
LEGO announced recently the winner of its LEGO Ideas Winter 2014 Review. The selected LEGO set idea celebrates women in the fields of science like paleontology, chemistry, and astronomy, among others.The idea was submitted by a Dutch isotope geochemist and LEGO fan,
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Make use of colorful building blocks to enhance your child's sorting, matching and recognition skills.
Place multi-colored building blocks on the floor and sort them out with your toddler. Give instructions such as: Build a red tower with four bricks, build a yellow tower with two bricks, or line three blue blocks to make a train.As a