Website owned by the LEGO Group.
Review by Ifxm8 years ago
I love Lego, the toys, the parks, even the website are still high quality in this outsourced economy. The parts are still made where they originally were in Denmark, and the customer service is actually human. Their products are always high quality and on the verge of an imagination overload! As usual, a great job from Lego, fast shipping and an easy to maneuver website all add up to a very well done product. Thank you Lego, and nice job.
Review by Youngbai8 years ago
I grew up with Legos. I loved them. I had a yellow Lego castle, a Lego space station, and a number of Lego vehicles. But beyond fond memories, I also think Lego helped me develop skills, like the ability to follow directions and spacial abilities (I'm not too bad at revolving 3D objects in my head).
As a consequence, all my friends' children now get Legos for their birthdays. I hope they like them, because I like buying them. Legos have gotten a little more ornate (I believe there is now a Johnny Depp Lego?) and expensive (my only complaint). But I still think they're better than most toys.
Review by Annnora9 years ago
If you teach boys or know any boys at all, you'll need to familiarize yourself with legos. My students, from the youngest to the oldest, have always loved Legos, and as an educator, I see a ton of benefits in their use/play - development of: motor skills, creativity, motor and cognitive planning, visual spatial skills, etc. Not to mention the relationship skills involved - sharing ideas and pieces, planning out the play with peers, etc.
The lego online store is pretty amazing -- a veritable wonderland for any boy or girl. I do think that I could find many of these sets elsewhere for cheaper (I've found a good many at places like TJ Maxx) but for the special, harder to find stuff, go here!