Building a Following: Our Best LEGO Blogs
According to Science blog Planetary Society, miniature brick maker LEGO rolled out plans to sell a Mars Curiosity Rover kit, sure to grace not only the bedroom shelves of many a kid, but also many a parent.
If the news caused you to seriously consider dusting off your childhood boxes of LEGOs and showing off your building skills with your kids, here are a few blogs on Technorati to help you make the most of what bricks you've got...
♦ The Brothers Brick: Sharing the best of LEGO since 2005, this blog will feed your imagination, with beautiful images and videos, as well as stories about the men and women who dare to dream small.
♦ Still Plays With Bricks: Full of great images and project descriptions, as well as used LEGO kit buying advice and digital building tools.
♦ BrickWiki isn't a listed site on Technorati, but still a must-view, as it provides an open-sourced environment for sharing ideas on America's favorite plastic building set.
♦ The Brick Show puts out a weekly, high quality video covering all things LEGO, as well as reviewing other popular building toys and tools.
Whether you like keep everything neat and boxed or your reds, greens, whites, wheels, windows and hinges are mingling forever, it's important to simply get started with your kids, and begin building their imagination.
By the way, if you're missing the instructions for any LEGO set you previously purchased, their website can prove very helpful indeed...
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