If your kids love LEGOs as much as mine do, they will have fun with these FREE iTunes apps. As a kid, my brother and I spent HOURS playing and creating fun towns with our LEGO sets. Back in the day, they only had the blocks, not these fancy sets like they do know.
LEGO Photo: Snap a picture of your LEGO creations then easily share with your social networking pages. This a great way to keep a log of all the cool creations your child creates.
Creationary: How quickly can you guess what is being built from LEGO bricks. The faster you guess which one of four categories the item being built is, the more points you will earn.
LEGO Duplo Farm Friends: This one is designed for toddlers and preschoolers aged 2 – 5. Each scene will entertain and teach your child about farm life from animal sounds to big farm machines.
LEGO Duplo Jams: This is another one geared towards toddlers and preschoolers aged 2 – 5. Duplo Jams provides a interactive, musical world as your child discovers the joy of building. From trains and race cars to zoos and oceans there is bound to be something your child will enjoy!
LEGO Minifigures Collector: Slide the LEGO pieces in place to get the minifigures parts rolling. Match all three pieces to make it part of your personal collection. 80 unique minifigures to collect!
LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Scavenger Hunt: Follow Sensei and his ninjas in training as they fight to protect the land of Ninjago (say that fast 5 times!) from Garmadon and his evil skeleton army. Win coins and unlock new gear by going on a scavenger hunt to local toy stores to scan real-life Ninjago boxes for weapons, equipment, and other ninja essentials.
LEGO Instructions: This app was created by LEGO fans as a handy tool for those of you who have lost your building instructions for a particular LEGO set. Uh, yeah, I’m sure all of ours are lost or trashed!
iRate LEGO: Let other LEGO fans rate your LEGO design! Browse photos to rate and explore other LEGO creations.