History behind LEGO®

LEGO® – the product has been around for decades. It has been carried forward from generations to generations but when did all this start? Where did LEGO® come from? What was its purpose? What is the history behind LEGO®?

Let’s find out more about history behind LEGO®!

The name LEGO® is derived from Danish words ‘leg godt’, meaning ‘play well’. The name explains everything that LEGO® is all about. The LEGO® group was founded in 1932 by a Danish carpenter – Ole Kirk Kristiansen. He used to make wooden toys for his four children in his spare time and eventually he set up his full-time business. It has come a long way over the past 8 decades – from a small carpenter’s workshop to a global enterprise that is now one of the world’s largest manufacturers of toys.

The LEGO® brick in its present form was launched in 1958. The interlocking principles with its tubes makes it unique and offer unlimited building possibilities. Hence the history behind LEGO® is so interesting.

LEGO® is a wonderful way of exploring the ocean of your creativity and fuel your imagination through play. There are multiple benefits of playing with LEGO®.

Below is a glimpse from one of our online LEGO module for parents and children to build with bricks and blocks from the convenience of home.


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