As you can see, we found quite a few LEGO videos on YouTube. You will also find many LEGO experiments and stop-motion animations there. For example, just type "Lego experiment" in the search box. But safeguard yourself and remember that not everything on YouTube is appropriate for children. Please make sure an adult does the searching and pre-screening.
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