If you have LEGO fans in the family, they might be interested in a free subscription to Lego Life.
It is a magazine subscription for children between the ages of 5 and 10. This magazine is replacing the free LEGO Club, Jr. magazine and Club LEGO magazines that were previously offered.
If your child was receiving the other magazines, it looks like you will need to re-sign up for the new LEGO Life magazine in order to receive it. The magazine will be delivered 5 times a year and will include comics, fun activities, puzzles, competitions and more.
When signing up, you will need to create a LEGO ID account. Then check your email to verify and activate the account. After that, you will be able to subscribe to the FREE LEGO Life magazine. The LEGO ID account will give your child the ability to securely play LEGO games, take photos of their LEGO creations and upload them, watch LEGO videos and more with the LEGO Life app.
If you decide you don’t want your child to have online access, don’t give them the online password information. That’s what I plan on doing. (Shhh! Don’t tell my kid!)
It’s free for the asking–you just have to give up your email address and they’ll send you the a form to complete to get your free subscription. (When you click on the link above, choose your country from the right sidebar to start the sign-up process.)
Parents be forewarned–while the magazine may have lots of great building ideas, it also will probably have pictures of lots of cool new LEGO sets your kids will want you to buy. 🙂
And hey, if you have LEGO-crazed kids, you might want to check out the Andover Public Library’s monthly LEGO club!