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Obsessed with LEGO Masters? You’re not the only one.
It’s the hit family show, hosted by comedian Hamish Blake, where eight teams are battling it out each week in a series of mind-boggling challenges, in the quest to be crowned the show’s winners – and take home a whopping $100,000 in prize money.
Channel Nine promised the second season of LEGO Masters would be bigger and better than ever, with 1.3 million more Lego “bricks” added to The Brick Pit, the room full of Lego where the contestants pick out the elements they require.
So, if all this Lego watching has you and your family keen to start Lego building, here’s what you need to know about getting your own collection of bricks.
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The best Lego sets are both challenging and engaging. From Harry Potter and Star Wars sets to sports cars and animals, there is a perfect set for you.
The humble Lego is a classic toy that has been around for generations and today even when competing with online games and screen time, most kids still love building with bricks.
Kids explore symmetry, balance, stability, shapes, and sizes as they build anything from castles and cars to Batman.
Lego for beginners
Develop fine motor skills, foster imagination and a love of creativity with this introduction to Lego sets for your toddler.
LEGO Duplo bedroom, $24.99
If your three to five year old builder is ready for a new challenge, preschooler Lego sets are more detailed, but still easy-to-build and foster creativity.
LEGO Trolls World Tour Poppy’s Pod, $29.99, is for ages 4+.
6-8 year olds
Encourage your 6-8 year olds imaginative play, where they can build and rebuild their favourite sets.
LEGO® Speed Champions Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO and Lamborghini Urus ST-X, $89.99.
9-11 year olds
Larger sets for 9-11 year olds require more patience, but also have a greater sense of accomplishment and more longevity for playing and rebuilding.
Move over R2-D2 and BB-8 and welcome droid, D-O, $119.99.
Whether you’re a teenager or well into adulthood, keen Lego builders will be inspired and challenged by these detailed sets.
The LEGO Disney Castle, $499.99 is a replica of the Walt Disney World Resort Cinderella Castle and features an intricately detailed façade, Disney-themed rooms and five Disney minifigures.