If you have (or know) boys of any age, this tip is for you! Sign them up for the LEGO Club and receive a free LEGO catalog every two months!
My boys LOVE LEGO's. They find their way into every room of our house and usually get stuck in the bottom of my foot several times a week.
Last year's Christmas was all about LEGO's, and I signed up somewhere along the way for a catalog. When it came, no lie, my kids fought daily over who would get to read it on the bus, and how long each was allowed to have it, and whether or not the others were taking good care of it during their turns.
Even the neighbor boys were in awe of this treasure. It didn't take me long to realize what I needed to do.
I needed to call LEGO. After I explained that just one was not going to do it for us, I signed ALL THREE of my boys up to receive their very OWN catalog.
They have anxiously anticipated them from that moment onward.
Like I said, they "read" them on the bus. They read them in the car. They read them while we're waiting--just about anywhere. They read them in their bedrooms, and at the kitchen counter. They read them in the bathroom and even under blankets with a flashlight. Yes, boys, I know about that.
So order. It's FREE! The boys in your life will think you rock. And that doesn't happen nearly enough!
We've not tried this one, but LEGO also has a program called BrickMaster. It costs $39.99 and comes with six BrickMaster Edition LEGO magazines (one every two months), Six surprise LEGO toys (mailed out one every two months), two LEGO Shop at Home Coupons, and a free LEGOLAND California Admission ticket. If any of you have tried this, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it!
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EDIT: If you go to sign up on line, be sure to enter YOUR age when it says age range. Entering your child's age will get you locked out of the process. Thanks, Angie, for reminding me of that!