LEGO® Launches a YouTube Channel

I’ve hardly known a boy (or girl) that doesn’t like LEGO! When my son doesn’t have his nose buried in a book or doing something artistic, he’s playing with his LEGO’s. They keep him entertained for hours. I fondly remember playing with LEGO as a child. Not only it enabled me to tap into my creative imagination, but it provided endless hours of fun.

LEGO recently unveiled on their own channel on YouTube, which boasts over 500 videos. My son and I both had fun browsing these videos, so we subscribed to their channel since they’ll be expanding their collection each month. I like that I can even make a playlist, which is perfect for any parent that’s concerned about what their child watches on YouTube.

There is a lot of content on web; creating a playlist on the Official LEGO® Channel is a great way to ensure your kids are entertained and watching videos you can feel good about.

Visit the Official LEGO® Channel to build your own playlist to watch with your kids and then reply below for a chance to win one (1) prize of $1,000 to be used toward buying your family’s favorite LEGO product!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of LEGO. The opinions and text are all mine. Official Sweepstakes Rules.

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