DK Discovery Day ~ 365 Things to do With LEGO Bricks ~ GIVEAWAY!

What is your favorite toy? Or favorite activity? In the world of toys we’ve got a lot to choose from…and the truth is that kids will usually weed out the “Best” toys from the good toys and there are usually a few that rise to the top. We’ve definitely got a few activities in our house that are at the top of the list when it comes to “fun things to do!”

Hands down – for both the boys and the girls – one of the “top of the list toys/activities” is LEGO! The only problems we’ve ever run into with playing with LEGO Bricks are not having enough bricks for the majestic creations our children want to create ;), and running out of inspiration on what to build next. Well, we’re always slowly working on and building up our collection of bricks…so it is growing! As for the LEGO inspiration, DK Canada has managed to solve that problem this fall with a SUPER great book titled 365 Things to Do with LEGO Bricks.

This book is filled with page after page of imaginative play and building ideas. It has ideas that will appeal to boys as well as girls and there’s all kinds of stuff in here that you would’ve NEVER thought you could make out of LEGO! Even I had fun browsing through the book! πŸ™‚ The best part is that you really don’t need a lot of bricks to create most of these fun projects. The majority of them can be created with a handful of bricks. Your kids will start to amaze you with the fun creations that they come up with from these 365 pages of LEGO building ideas!

In addition to having plenty of new LEGO inspiration, the book will also help your kids learn new building techniques and skills – such as learning to build your own LEGO pet, creating a LEGO magic trick (this was one of the first projects our son made! πŸ˜‰ ), creating a LEGO treasure hunt, using the timer on the front to challenge your siblings or friends to a LEGO building competition against the clock and SO much more!

Each of the 365 projects has detailed photos and plenty of tips on how to build it. This is, hands-down, our favorite LEGO idea book that we’ve found so far. The projects are simple, unique, fun, entertaining and has ideas for all kinds of ages and personalities.


DK Canada is giving one of our readers a copy of 365 Things to Do with LEGO Bricks! In order to enter please follow the instructions on the form below. Open to Canada only. Contest ends February 20, 2017.

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  1. Jennifer P. says:

    I would love to give this book of LEGO ideas to my kids – they have so much LEGO they received for Christmas, this would be perfect for them!

  2. LYNN CLAYTON says:


  3. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    This would be for my son a 40 yr old adult but still a kid at heart. I’m sure he’d share with his kids too. Well at least I hope he would πŸ™‚

  4. love to win this for my son he loves Lego plus he has two daughters who loves it too

  5. Angela Mitchell says:

    My son is only 4 but he plays with Lego all day long. This would be a fun book for us to get some ideas from.

  6. I think my son would LOVe this book.

  7. I’d like to give Lego inspiration to my granddaughter

  8. I’d like to give LEGO inspiration to my son.

  9. my hubby enjoys lego believe or not, i’d give to him

  10. I would like to give it to our daughter πŸ™‚

  11. Judy Cowan says:

    Would love to give some Lego Inspiration to my nephew, he loves building with Lego.

  12. I would give this to my nephew, who loves Lego.

  13. I would love to give this to my little cousin

  14. Jennifer L. says:

    My son loves Lego so this would be great for him.

  15. My daughter would enjoy this book and use it with my granddaughter to make exciting new projects.

  16. My little man will be happy to get this book, he is a huge LEGO fan!

  17. Alicia Kc says:

    Thanks for the chance, my brother would love this πŸ˜€

  18. I would love to give this to my son who loves his lego but never knows what to build.

  19. I would love to give this to my son and daughter who love to play lego but are usually stuck on what to build.

  20. My son loved this book when we borrowed it from the library and he would be thrilled to get one all for himself.

  21. Darlene Owen says:

    I would give this to my son and my 2 grandsons, they just starting playing with Lego’s.

  22. Jenny Major says:

    My son would love this book!

  23. Julie bolduc says:

    My daughter would love this book

  24. my kids like lego but they could use some ideas to build something that looks THAT cool!

  25. My 5 year old would love this. Awesome! Thank you.

  26. krystyl olson says:

    My children’s FAVORITE thing to do together is play lego …. and they can do it peacefully and productively, cooperatively for HOURS. love it. I would gift them this book so they could take it to the next level

  27. Marilyn Legault says:

    My grandson would love this.

  28. Rosanne Robinson says:

    I’d like to give Lego inspiration to my grandson, he’s a huge LEGO fan.

  29. I would like to give some LEGO inspiration too with this fabulous book to my friend’s husband. He is still a kid at heart! He likes his Lego!

  30. This book would be amazing inspiration for my twins

  31. Caryn Coates says:

    I would give this to my son. He loves Lego

  32. I would give it to my kids!

  33. I would love to give this book to my kids for some LEGO inspiration! They are big LEGO fans! Thank you very much for the chance! πŸ™‚

  34. My son would love this!

  35. Brenda Lacourciere says:

    I would love this for my grandson.

  36. My little guy loves LEGO so this would be for him.

  37. Jessica M Walker says:

    My son loves to build lego this book would be great

  38. I would love to have this book for my son.

  39. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I would give my nephew some inspiration with this book.

  40. I’d like to give some LEGO inspiration to my daughter.

  41. Wendy Jensen says:

    I would love to give some LEGO inspiration to myself so I can be interesting with the grandchild.

  42. Sunshine H says:

    DD loves her LEgo and I’m sure would love a book with lots of great ideas in it to get her started on some new projects.

  43. crystal porter says:

    I would give this to my little cousin, he loves to build things.

  44. The Lego inspiration would go to my son. He is 8 years old and loves Lego! Last year he did his speech on “Using Your Lego Imagination!”

  45. this would be for my son he loves lego

  46. I would give this to my nephew if I won

  47. Son & Grandson….the Lego builder

  48. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    It’s my son’s birthday next week and I’d have loved to have won this for him, he will be 40 mind but still a big Lego lover. πŸ™‚

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