Parents' Guide to

Lego Friends Podcast

By Robert Yaniz Jr., Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Empowering messages for young girls; lots of Lego promotion.

Podcast Kids & Family Nickelodeon , LEGO Friends Average run time: 15 minutes
LEGO Friends Podcast title artwork. A pixelated heart with headphones over it.

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While Lego Friends Podcast is highly promotional, it also has a lot of positive and empowering messages for young listeners. Every episode features its young hosts discussing Lego products and playing games such as "would you rather" and "guess the mashup animal sounds."

Episodes also feature honest conversations about self-confidence, self-love, and compassion. Even though the Lego Friends Podcast sometimes plays into stereotypes of young girls, it also uses the platform to influence young listeners seriously. That awareness makes all the difference and makes this a worthwhile podcast for older kids and tweens.

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