**Please note that this competition is now closed.**
Now, more than ever, it’s so important to make people smile. That’s why we're challenging you to create an idea to help either people around you or the planet.
Could you build something to clean up your local area? Draw something brilliant to make someone lonely smile? Could you even build a machine to clean up polluted air?
Remember that we want your ideas to bring smiles to whoever see them.
The LEGO Group have put together some extra ideas on how to bring the BEST IDEA EVER challenge to your classroom, download them here.
Can’t think of a problem you want to solve? Why don’t you create an idea to help people like Anushri and Alex smile? You can download this prompt sheet to print at school here(opens in new window).
Lack of green spaces
Alex loves being around nature but lives in a built up part of the city and the lack of nature brings them down.
Anushri loves being around others but lives alone in a new area and feels very lonely.
Hiro feels they have to hide who they really are from others and this makes them anxious.
Lucia has mobility issues and has trouble getting around the city. It’s always a big hassle.
Pollution & Clean air
Isaiah lives near a busy road and the air is very polluted,
Peter used to love going to school but has recently been picked on by other children.
Is your idea the BEST IDEA EVER?
Share your idea for the chance to be crowned with the BEST IDEA EVER. We’re looking for the best idea that won’t just help people and the planet, but will make everyone smile too.
Enter your idea and you can be in with the chance to win LEGO® bricks for your school. We’ll share your creativity on the LEGO Group’s Build the Change gallery(opens in new window) too! To enter the competition ask your parent, guardian or teacher to upload a photo of your BEST IDEA EVER and complete the submission form below.
This competition will open at midnight on 1st February 2023 (GMT) and close at 11:59pm on 22nd May 2023 (GMT). The competition is open to all UK residents between the age of 5 and 12 and all entries must be submitted by a parent, guardian or teacher over the age of 18. There will be one winner who will receive LEGO® bricks for their school to the value of approximately £1,500. This competition is operated by Comic Relief and the LEGO Group. See full terms and conditions here.
Build the Change
Find out more information about the LEGO Group’s commitment to engage children in sustainability and the environment with their Build the Change programme here(opens in new window). You can also find loads of ideas on how to use LEGO® bricks to keep kids entertained and harness their creative problem-solving potential, visit LEGO.com/rebuild-the-world(opens in new window).
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Whether you’re planning the best bake sale ever, dressing red to toe or putting on an epic teachers v parents quiz, we’ve got everything you need to get started.
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