It’s intended for children aged between five and nine, so parents will be the most interested in the free magazine. Copies arrive four times each year and include fun activities, build inspiration, LEGO creations made by children, comics, posters and more.
Much of the content like this that is offered by the LEGO Group has gone digital, as the company focuses more on YouTube and other device orientated ways to reach children. It makes LEGO Life feel like a fun throwback to the days when the various iterations of the LEGO Club magazine would arrive several times a year.
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