If you have a LEGO lover in your house, you'll want to sign them up for the free LEGO magazine subscription by enrolling them through a free LEGO account.
The LEGO Life magazine is a free magazine full of all things LEGO, including building steps, unique creations, character comic adventures, puzzles, games, removable posters, contests, interviews, challenges, and sneak peeks of the newest LEGO sets and themes.
Your child will receive five free issues a year for two years. After that, they'll just need to renew to keep receiving issues. That means your kids can look forward to up to 20 free issues of LEGO magazine.
Who Can Get the Free LEGO Magazine
All 5 to 9-year-old children who live in the United States and Canada can sign up for the free LEGO Life magazine. However, people of any age can access digital issues (see below).
How to Sign Up for the Free LEGO Magazine
Visit the LEGO Life Magazine Sign Up and either log in to an existing LEGO account or register for a new one. After verifying your email address, you'll need to provide your child's name and date of birth, plus your address information and name.
If you need to change your address at any time, you can just update in their LEGO account. You can also cancel your subscription this way.
When to Look Your First LEGO Magazine
The first issue of your free LEGO Life magazine will arrive in the mail within 6-16 weeks, depending on when the next issue is released and when you requested a subscription.
While you're waiting for it to arrive, visit the LEGO Life Magazine Archive Page to view the latest LEGO magazine as a PDF. Older issues are also available. It's an exact scan of the printed magazine, so you won't be missing anything.
More LEGO Fun for Younger and Older Kids
If you have a child under the age of 5, they're going to love these free LEGO Duplo apps developed for preschool-age children. There are also building challenges and LEGO activities.
Kids older than 9 are encouraged to download the LEGO Life app that includes challenges, Minifigure makers, character updates, building ideas, polls, and the latest LEGO news. They even get to create their own Minifigure to be their online avatar and connect with real-life friends.
More Fun From LEGO
Besides the free LEGO Life magazine, other perks of having a LEGO account are online stories, events, videos, and building steps.
There are also free activities, comic strips, coloring sheets, wallpapers, and posters just for LEGO City and LEGO Ninjago. Kids can learn basic computer coding with Bits & Bricks.
If you're up for an easy DIY project, there are some free LEGO table plans so you can build a special spot just for your child to play with their LEGOs.