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Win £100 worth of Lego

Well it seems activities such as these are not just reserved for the young as new research shows that a staggering three quarters of parents (67%) are harping back to their childhoods and playing make believe games with their kids.

Despite playing 'grown-up' for most of the day, it seems that parents are just big kids at heart especially since many say that having kids makes them feel nostalgic about their own childhoods.

Anyone for a mud pie, water fight or building a fort?

And when it comes to playing games, it seems that old favourites are still just as popular with kids today as they were a generation ago. LEGO is one of the activities we still enjoy playing with our kids.  play bricks

And did you know, there are 80 LEGO Bricks for every single person in the world, upload your pictures of you playing with your LEGO to the LEGO Facebook page or on twitter using #80LEGObricks.

So this Easter how will you keep the kids (and you) entertained come rain or shine? We've teamed up with our friends at LEGO to give away £100 worth of LEGO goodies.


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