My son, Alexander, has added a new feature to his Lego Club Online website, showing the “cool creations” he made with actual legos and photographed using a digital camera. After uploading these images to the Lego Club website, they had to be “approved” by a moderator before showing up. This is an excellent feature of the website, and really serves to further enthuse young lego creators who want to safely share their innovative designs!

Lego Cool Creations

Alexander’s lego club online ID is legohome50. A podcast interview with Alexander about his use of the Lego Online website is available from April 18th.


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