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How do they make Legos?

they pour melted plastic into a mold then let it dry and then put it with other pieces to make a product. You probably can see how its made on youtube or the science channel. (MORE)
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What can you do with Lego?

Anything you want! You can buy these great kits to build stuff like star wars and Lego city. I've seen these giant Lego animals and stuff in stores before. If you have a milli (MORE)

When did LEGO start?

1932 by Ole Kirk. he started out by making step ladders then moved onto wooden toys. he thought there was future for his buisness. so.. he improoved his wooden toys and (MORE)
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How were LEGOs invented?

Ole Kirk Christianen founded the Lego group in 1932 in Denmark. Lego bricks were originally wooden. In 1942 the company switched to producing plastic bricks. The world famous (MORE)
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What is Lego?

LEGO building bricks are hard plastic construction blocks, with studs on them so they stay tightly together. They come in many shapes and forms and are great to play with.  (MORE)
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Why is lego called lego?

Lego, originally invented in 1934 was given it's name by Ole Kirk Christiansen, the Dutch inventor of the product. LEGO, the official and trademarked name of the construction (MORE)
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How did the LEGO start?

LEGO Started when a carpenter was working one day and when he was making something chips of wood started flying everywhere, and then he decided to make a toy that you could bu (MORE)
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Who invented LEGO and why?

A man called ole kirk kristiensen, he was a danish carpenter and he invented the company lego in 1920, they made wooden toys until 1932, when they began making plastic buildin (MORE)
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How is LEGO helpful?

It is helpful for children that love to build things. For example my little brother loves to build things so I suggested LEGO.
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Can you freeze LEGO?

Kinda... When you take the Logo maybe they will be very cold.-OR- They will have a frozen layer of ice around it. Hope it helps.
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