LEGO is a massive part of my families life for a really long time. Since I was a kid, and my hubby was a small boy, we have been obsessed with the stuff. We have loved being able to build all kinds of creations, collect sets and characters and I have to say that I love being able to do the same with my two boys. This is why I was over the moon to be brought on board as part of the LEGO City of Tomorrow project they have put together for Canada’s 150th!

This year, Canada’s 150th year, LEGO is going to ask young Canadians to leave the instructions behind and create something really special using only their imaginations. The future. They’re encouraging us all to get creative with our kids and think about what would make our future amazing. Then take that idea and create something spectacular using LEGO! It is a great way to get your family together building creatively and putting away those instructions so many of us are way too used to using.

What kinds of things can you create with LEGO?

There are so many great ideas out there, maybe flying cars, drone delivered pizzas, robots who fold laundry (or maybe that is just me), skyscrapers with rocket ship landing pads on top of them. The possibilities are endless and LEGO wants to see what you have in mind! Even better is that Toys ‘r’ Us is joining in on all the fun by putting on some great events and contests. All builders will join the LEGO City of Tomorrow construction crew with their very own, super official, ID badge. One that is just like mine!!

LEGO City of TomorrowWhich will get your kids super excited for all the fun that they have planned! They will then be briefed in a unique LEGO virtual reality experience, led by the LEGO City of Tomorrow mini figure foreman where they will then be taken to a HUGE table that will be set up in each store filled with LEGO of all shapes and sizes to help your little ones start creating! This is where each store will display their very of “cities of tomorrow” for everyone to see and enjoy.

To help you get excited for all the fun events (you can learn more on their website!) LEGO is offering all my awesome readers a chance at their own LEGO City kits to help you get started on your great idea! This is the perfect time to show off your little ones mad LEGO building skills, after all it is one step closer to them being great architects, inventors and engineers!


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Tell me when was the last time you built something fantastic with LEGO without using instructions?



  1. Looks awesome!! I would build a village with the Lego

  2. I’d help my nephew build a house

  3. My kids love to build houses.

  4. I wouldnt be building but the boys would prob build a garage knowing them

  5. Nice set. We would build a tower first, as high as it can go!

  6. I would build a memory with my grandson!!!!

  7. I’d let my kids be the designers.

  8. My kids would build probably some kind of insane vehicle. They are pretty creative with lego!

  9. We’d build a tower of some sort…

  10. I know our grandson would build a fire hall. He is a huge Lego fan! Thanks for the awesome giveaway opportunity!

  11. My nephew would probably try building some type of spaceship

  12. I would build a city with no cars, all pedestrian streets and public transit.

  13. Would probably build a house.

  14. I would build a fire house with my grandson.

  15. My kids love building houses!
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  16. I would build a store that will house a lot of items.

  17. I would build a whole town! πŸ™‚

  18. I would get my nephew to be a little creative and build a future city using his imagination.

  19. oh i am sure we would be building a house, that’s what we do with all our blocks because my son wants to ‘go to work and build houses’ just like daddy does πŸ™‚

  20. I want to build a house with this lego set.

  21. We would build a skyscraper

  22. Would build a house.

  23. I would build a great relationship with my neighbors child.

  24. i would help my so build a farm for his toy animals

  25. I would gift it to my best friend’s little boy, who will use his imagination to make Heaven knows what.

  26. I would build a tower or maybe a village. There are so many options with legos that’s why I love them.

  27. I’d build a beautiful house.

  28. I would probably build a “robot” with my nephew.

  29. My kids and I would build a boat.

  30. I would build a castle

  31. Better question- what wouldn’t we build??? Nothing like building Lego Cities to unwind after a hectic day at school πŸ˜‰

  32. I would build a 2 story house

  33. I would build a house with my daughter

  34. I would build a futuristic boat!

  35. I would try to build a house or maybe a store with the LEGO set.

  36. It would be neat to try to build something from our local community.

  37. It would be nice to make the village I come from.

  38. I would help my daughter built a bridge.

  39. My son loves to build crazy trucks and spaceships

  40. I would build a garage for my Lego car!

  41. my daughter would most likely build a farm as she is really into farm animals right now πŸ™‚

  42. I think I’d try and build my cubicle …and then display my lego cubicle in my real cubicle.

  43. I would build a house.

  44. towers are a favourite project

  45. some kind of building structure from my kids imagination

  46. We build houses and space ships

  47. The possibilities are endless but I would build a farm with my little grandson.He loves cowboys!

  48. I would build whatever my kids want me to build and they have awesome imaginations.

  49. My son and I would build a castle with our Lego set.

  50. My boys and I would build a house

  51. I’d build my dream house with inner courtyard and pool

  52. I would build a huge house!

  53. I would build a house with the lego set.

  54. If I were building with one of my grandsons we would probably build spaceships, houses, or cars. My granddaughters would want to build princess castles and houses.

  55. Likely a magicians mansion

  56. I would attempt a house with sophie.

  57. We’d build a lego CN Tower

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