LEGO Ideas launches Let’s Build Together Activity

The latest LEGO Ideas Activity is looking for fans and families to share the games that they are playing while staying at home.

With the coronavirus impacting families around the world as people are encouraged or instructed to stay indoors, the LEGO Group has launched the Let’s Build Together compaign. A new LEGO Ideas Activity has launched to allow people to upload the games that they are coming up with while staying at home.

Here is the official description of this new Activity:

We’re launching #letsbuildtogether to support parents and inspire children. This will be simple play inspiration that helps the whole family find moments of playful joy as parents face the challenge of keeping their children creative, curious and connected.

What fun simple games are you and your family playing? Maybe you have a LEGO brick building challenge calendar, blind building challenges or even hide and seek with minifigures. Your game could be how to learn math, numbers or shapes … whatever games or activities you’re playing , we want you to share the instructions, step- by-step guides, rules and inspiration with the world!

And unlike other Activities, this time you can upload multiple photos and videos so you could even make a stop-motion video or draw something if you like. Your fun idea might even make it on

This is part of a series on LEGO Ideas that gives little tasks for builders to get involved with – there are no prizes, they are just a way to get involved with building something quick for fun. Each challenge is intended to be something quick and fun, unlike the more in-depth building required for a competition or product idea.

There is no deadline for this Activity. Submissions can be shared on the dedicated webpage.

The LEGO Ideas team recently announced a brand new set, 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay.

The last LEGO Activity asked fans to build something using just 10 elements.

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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