Molded in a thermoplastic polymer, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, Legos are known for their durability, which is why you can pull out the 30-year-old Legos stashed in your parents’ basement and, dated color schemes aside, they’ll be the same as they ever were.
Why is LEGO so great?
When engaging with LEGO®, children can be as adventurous as they want, allowing them to experiment, test out and build new ideas. Playing with LEGO® is known to have amazing benefits for the development of fine motor skills, developing dexterity and strength in the fingers.
Why do I like LEGOs so much?
There are many reasons to love LEGO based just on our experience of playing with the toys at home. The toys are high-quality, and the instructions are so easy to follow. While I’m not typically a fan of criticizing competitors, have you ever tried following instructions for generic building bricks?
Is playing Legos make you smarter?
As it turns out, Legos might do a whole lot more for your kids than merely providing endless entertainment. A new study says the processes involved with playing with toys like Legos actually improves a child’s ability to solve math problems. … playing with Legos might actually make you smarter.
What is the most expensive LEGO piece in the world?
Set 926-1, ‘The Space Command Centre’ is the most valuable LEGO set, currently valued at $10,141. Released in 2013, the ‘Mr. Gold’ Minifigure has seen the highest appreciation of any LEGO set, increasing from its retail price of $2.99 to now being valued at $4,680.