Create Your Own Playlist at The Official LEGO® channel on YouTube

Do your kids like LEGO® bricks? Our kids love them! Just yesterday morning, I watched Sophie’s little LEGO® Friends set fall down the hardwood stairs as she was trying to bring them downstairs to play! oops! The pieces went flying every where but thankfully Brian was able to take time to rebuild it with her because she was in tears.

With the The Official LEGO® YouTube channel, we don’t have worry about a little structure falling down the stairs. We can line up content in a playlist and let the kids watch the kid friendly program. If you have ever let your kids watch something on YouTube, you know how fast something not appropriate for children will pop up on the recommended list after something you did let them watch. Have a playlist lets the kids keep watching which is perfect when you are waiting for a long time at a restaurant or at a doctor’s office!

For our girls, I added a LEGO® DUPLO® clip, a LEGO® Friends, and LEGO® DUPLO® Disney Princess™. I am sure little boys would love the LEGO® Star Wars™ and LEGO® DUPLO® Cars™ clips! It was easy to log into my YouTube account and then add the clips to a PlayList. You just click “Video Options” when the video is playing and select “Add To Playlist”. You can create a different playlist for each of your kids if they have different interests! How great that would be for those unexpected wait times … even if you do hand over your phone, your child will happy while you wait!

Want to learn more? Check out these instructions for building your own playlist!

There is a lot of content on web; creating a playlist on the Official LEGO® Channel is a great way to ensure your kids are entertained and watching videos you can feel good about.

Visit the Official LEGO® Channel to build your own playlist to watch with your kids and then reply below for a chance to winone (1) prize of $1,000 to be used toward buying your family’s favorite LEGO product!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of LEGO. The opinions and text are all mine. Official Sweepstakes Rules.

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