This is a sponsored post from Netflix. However, all my fond memories about LEGO are entirely mine! I remember playing with my LEGO pieces as if it was yesterday. The plastic building bricks really had me working the right-side of my brain, allowing my imagination to soar and prosper. Wherever I went, Lego sets seemed to always be readily available.
Whether they were found in a classroom or a friend’s house, stock was abundant and it was so easy to gravitate towards them and become the world’s next best Lego engineer. I would put together (what I thought was) a sophisticated bridge and have it quickly destroyed with my ultra-villain, who was of course, looking to take over my newly-built city. Now I am a parent and my kids love using their imaginations when building with the LEGO sets as much as I did! I love to see them concentrating as they build the next tower, building or LEGO Bionicle!
My son is a huge fan of the LEGO Bionicles, so he was super stoked when we received the Gali, United of Water set. I mean, just look at the concentration on that kid!! I think one of the reason I love LEGO is they are as much fun to build as they are to play with after. I love that LEGO sparks imagination in my child.
This month on Netflix, your kids can enjoy two Lego shows that are now available for streaming. For the boys, like my Henry, he is loving the LEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One. They can also enjoy LEGO DC Comics: Batman Be-Leagured, and LEGO: City.
For the girls in the family, they will love The Power of Friendship (based off the characters from the Lego Friends sets) and LEGO: Elves. Both shows are charming and full of adventure and will have any young Lego lover at the edge of their seat. I love that where building their LEGO sets ends, the Netflix show’s take over.
You can stream Netflix from your mobile device, computer, TV or gaming system for less than $15 a month! You can also sign up for their DVD plan if you prefer watching it that way. Either way, you are getting what you want to watch, right at your fingertips! Be sure to follow Netflix on Facebook and Twitter.
What is your fondest LEGO memory, either for yourself or with your kids?