Play Well with Legos

Dating back from the 1930s, Legos were invented by a carpenter from Denmark. The word Lego is actually an abbreviation of two Danish words “leg godt,” meaning play well.

There is much more to Legos then just building blocks. Legos promote motor skills, allowing kids to practice connecting pieces together in different sizes and shapes.  Legos help develop problem-solving and mathematical thinking as well as encourages teamwork and improves creativity.

Electronic Express now carries Legos

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