Many of us played with Legos when we were kids, but for some people, the fascination continues well into adulthood. Some of today's Lego sets bear little resemblance to the boxy brick buildings we used to make. So, what's up with those newfangled Legos robots? And what does Lego mean, anyway?
Question 1 of 20
Where does the name Lego come from?
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Where did Legos get their start?
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Most Lego pieces are made in these two countries.
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Lego pieces start out as granules of this material.
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How many Lego bricks are made every minute, around the world?
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So how many Lego bricks are made every year?
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How many different types of Lego elements are there?
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How many Lego sets are sold every second?
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What's the difference between a Lego plate and a Lego brick?
Question 10 of 20
What kind of Lego set lets you build programmable robots?
Question 11 of 20
There are about 6.5 billion people on Earth. How many Lego people (minifigures) are there?
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These licensed Lego sets, introduced in 1999, quickly became the best-selling new product line in company history.
Question 13 of 20
There are four Legoland theme parks. Where are they?
Question 14 of 20
What's the Lego line for preschoolers?
Question 15 of 20
What movie director has his own Lego minifigure?
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At first, all minifigures were sexless, but in 1978, Lego introduced a female figure. What was her job?
Question 17 of 20
Kids 7 and older can join this club for regular shipments of Lego sets.
Question 18 of 20
You can submit your own Lego designs to this Web site, and the company will send you the parts you need to make it.
Question 19 of 20
The main Lego factory in Denmark is open to the public almost every day.
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