Whenever I look back, I always remember of having this awesome toy that interests me the most, Lego. With its simplicity, there are a lot of reasons why I think Lego, not just a toy, but also an awesome form of learning.
In my age, my fascination with the toy as being the creative person I am, this toy still appeals to me. And being the kid I once was, there is something about building almost anything while using your imagination, create your own world and be captivated by the wonders of easily having the things you need within.
If you are a parent, or simply a kind of person with enthusiasm for building things, coupled with imagination, this is the opportunity to explore the wonders of Lego. With that said, Lego is not only for the young, but also for adults. Lego Technic, a line of Lego that is used for building advanced models with more articulation in addition to the simpler brick-building properties of normal LEGO that is suited for a more creative more detailed model such as machines with wheels. How cool is that?
More importantly, it encourages and develops creativity as we discover everything we can make and build with every block we put together. With endless possibilities, you can easily put back the instructions inside the box and start building your own. The versatility of a single Lego set can last you for years too! Having a set or two, you can easily make cars and planes, the next; you can build ships and robots, and then start all over again.
One of the coolest reasons of having just one set of Lego is that it educates and promotes learning. With creativity, it teaches simple mechanics. Lego Mindstorms, another cool line of Lego, teaches basic robotics and having more flexible and complex designs that is also loved by the young and old. Since Lego has been accessible to everyone, this is a great way to bring family together. While building or playing, learning and teaching can never be this fun and exciting.