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The History of Lego

The History of Lego

By: SJA's Power of the Pencil Bloggers | July 16

Ever wonder how Legos were created?  SJA's Power of the Pencil Club member, Oscar, shares his research and thoughts on Legos with The Arc, SJA's blog: I am writing about how much Legos have changed over the years. I decided to write this because of how Lego is such an iconic toy. I like Legos because they're for all ages, and they have types of Legos for all ages. They have Duplos for toddlers, Legos for older kids, and advanced Legos for even older kids to adults. Lego toys first started in 1932 by Ole Kirk Christiansen. The first toy was a wooden duck with wheels ...Continue Reading