Wanna make the world a better place? How about rebuilding it with love, imagination and creativity? That's the idea behind Lego's latest campaign, Rebuild The World, which aims to encourage generosity and creativity among children (and big kids, too).
Lego's Build To Give initiative in Singapore wants parents and kids to share Lego builds that depict their passions in a reimagined world. Whether that world is full of nature, flying cars or talking llamas is up to you — your imagination (and what you can build with Lego bricks) is the limit. Share your creations on Facebook and Instagram with the hashtags #RebuildTheWorld, #BuildToGiveSG and #Lego, and for every 50 build submissions received till Nov 15, the Lego Group will give away S$2,000 worth of products to children with selected local charities.
Lego and 8days.sg are giving away three sets of the Lego Classic Bricks Bricks Plates, which is 1,504 bricks in the colours of the rainbow. Yes, it comes with instruction booklets to build various things like cars and animals, but the big idea here is to freestyle it, and create things that exist out of this world, or maybe only in your mind.
Itchy fingers already? Answer the question and fill in the form below to join the giveaway.
Main pic courtesy of 2020 The LEGO Group: Part of a four-metre globe on display at LEGO House in Billund, Denmark, built with over 350,000 Lego bricks and elements, with Lego creations sent in from children all over the world.
More info at Lego Singapore's Facebook page and www.lego.com/rebuild-the-world.