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Has Lego lost its ability to help children 'create?'


Now when we think of Lego we think of sets that recreate characters, buildings and vehicles from well know films and themes that Lego have fashioned themselves. Although you still can buy plain ordinary bricks, they are not as appealing to young children as an Indiana Jones or Star Wars set. Does this mean that the worlds most popular toy is becoming a childrens version of an Ikea sideboard, instead of a world of imagination?

 

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