Website review by
Larisa Wiseman, Common Sense Media
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Fun free games for little Lego fans.

Parents say

age 5+
Based on 11 reviews

Kids say

age 4+
Based on 23 reviews

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Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff

The site is primarily an online store, so consumerism is a big focus. Kids can buy products, and ads are everywhere.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this site is primarily an online store, so, of course, the Lego toy lines are heavily promoted. There's a message board where Lego aficionados can talk to one another, and it appears safe; the site creators assure us that each message is reviewed by a moderator before it's posted. Although most of the games and activities on the site have little educational value, a few engage kids in creative play or virtual construction. Under the CCPA law you have the right to protect your personal information. Make a Do Not Sell request to Lego.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written byTabs T February 6, 2017


As others have said. DO NOT USE, placed order, never arrived, found out it was cancelled by them but strangely they have my money and have not refunded me. Been... Continue reading
Parent of a 8-year-old Written byronansuperman December 30, 2016

Teen, 13 years old Written byYAAJEBLEHBLU May 7, 2021
Kid, 12 years old December 9, 2020

Love when new sets come out.

I have purchased sets from over the past few years, they ship easily and the box is left unmarked so that children won't know that it's LEGO.... Continue reading

What's it about?

Aside from browsing the tantalizing array of toys based on the popular building blocks, at LEGO.COM kids can participate in online activities centered on these toys (or at least the idea of them). There's a selection of kid-friendly video games, creative projects, and puzzles -- most of which have little to do with the basic principle of Legos, though one downloadable feature does allow you to build stuff using digital Lego blocks. Fans can also preview upcoming Lego products; view a gallery of Lego creations; watch short movies featuring Legos; download screensavers and wallpaper; join the Lego Club online community; and more.

Is it any good?

A bit overwhelming but fun nonetheless, offers Lego fans everything they could ever want -- and even some things they didn't know they wanted. It might be helpful to have a destination in mind when entering this site, as kids could easily get bogged down for hours browsing, chatting, and playing games.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how the Web site relates to the Lego toys. What do you think of the games on the site? Did you find a game that involves your favorite Lego toy? Was playing the game anything like playing with Legos? Did playing the online games make you enjoy the actual toys even more? Also, if you don't own any Legos, how did you learn about them and this site?

Website details

  • Genre: Brand Sites
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: September 4, 2020

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