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All about LEGOs

3.7
(19 votes)
8 questions
English
AI Generated
Test your knowledge about the history, facts, and figures related to the popular building toy, LEGO.
1
48 random squares
AI Generated

In which country were LEGOs invented?

Denmark

Germany

Sweden

United States

Hard  27% got this right

LEGO was invented by Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen in 1932.
2
48 random squares
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In what year were the first LEGO bricks produced?

1940
1949
1959

Easy  84% got this right

The first LEGO bricks, called Automatic Binding Bricks, were produced in 1949.
3
48 random squares
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What does the word 'LEGO' mean in Danish?

Play well

Build together

Connect and learn

Creative fun

Hard  13% got this right

LEGO is derived from the Danish words 'leg godt', which means 'play well'.
4
48 random squares
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Which materials are used to make LEGO bricks?

ABS plastic

Metal

Rubber

Wood

67% got this right

LEGO bricks are made from a strong, durable plastic called ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene).
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48 random squares
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What is the name of the LEGO theme park?

Legoland

Blockland

Brickworld

LEGO City

48% got this right

There are multiple Legoland theme parks around the world, featuring rides, attractions, and LEGO-themed displays.
6
48 random squares
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Arrange these LEGO themes in the order they were introduced: Star Wars, Technic, City, Friends

1.

Technic

2.

City

3.

Star Wars

4.

Friends

Easy  97% got this right

Technic was introduced in 1977, City in 1978, Star Wars in 1999, and Friends in 2012.
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48 random squares
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What is the name of the LEGO building system with larger bricks for younger children?

DUPLO

Jumbo

Junior

Mega

59% got this right

DUPLO bricks are twice the size of regular LEGO bricks, making them safer and easier for young children to handle.
8
48 random squares
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How many different ways can six 2x4 LEGO bricks be combined?

726646459
915103765
1000000000

64% got this right

There are 915,103,765 different ways to combine six 2x4 LEGO bricks of the same color.