LEGO is inviting families to help give 500,000 children the chance to play this holiday season

Playing with LEGO is really one of those things I feel fosters positive wellbeing.

I don`t know about your children but mine really enjoy playing with LEGO. It`s one of those toys that have a lot of pieces that I actually don`t mind my children playing with. I think it`s because when my children are building with LEGO I know they will feel proud of the finished product.

It`s really in the process that I feel the true learning is happening. There are so many skills being developed while children play with LEGO; fine motor skills, cooperation, creativity, and following instructions just to name a few.

My husband is a big kid when it comes to LEGO. In fact, he loves building LEGO sets with our girls. And I love LEGO as one of our screen-free activities together.

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I`m so happy to share with you that LEGO is inviting Vancouver to turn creativity into gifts of goodwill for half a million children around the world this holiday season.

Essentially, giving back is what the holiday season is truly about, and this is another way we can style our lives within!

 The company is hosting in-store and at-home free building activities to provide building sets to children in need. 

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WHERE: THE LEGO STORE, OAKRIDGE CENTRE

650 W 41st Ave
Vancouver, BC 604-261-7747

WHEN:   November 5 – December 13, 2018

Mon-Sat 10:00am – 9:00 pm
Sun 11:00am – 6:00pm

About LEGO BUILD TO GIVE 

The LEGO Group wants to give back and is inviting families to help give 500,000 children the chance to play. This holiday season the LEGO® Store at Oakridge Centre will join stores around the world bring to life a heartfelt giving experience – LEGO® Build to Give.

Children of all ages are invited to come in the store, or build at home, a brick ornament. For every LEGO® ornament built and shared, the LEGO Group will donate one LEGO set through local charity partners, giving 500,000 children around the world the chance to play.

Visit LEGO.com/BuildToGive.

*This post was written in partnership with LEGO Build to Give Campaign.

 

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