LEGO® Quiz

How much do you know about LEGO?

Quiz

1. If LEGO bricks were stacked in a single column, how many would it take to reach the Moon from the surface of Earth?

  • 4 million
  • 40 billion
  • 40 trillion
  • 40 thousand

2. What is the translation of the two Danish words "LEG GODT" that were used to create the word LEGO?

  • Play hard
  • Play intelligently
  • Play nice
  • Play well

3. How many LEGO elements are produced every minute?

  • 19 billion
  • 2 million
  • 36,000
  • 500

4. In what year was LEGO BELVILLE, a line of LEGOs that includes families, horses, and later princesses, fairies, and butterflies, launched?

  • 1964
  • 2004
  • 1984
  • 1994

5. Which university did the LEGO Group begin a partnership with in 1984?

6. Out of every one million LEGO elements manufactured, what is the approximate number of elements that are rejected?

  • 28
  • 8
  • 108
  • 18

7. Which LEGO products were designed for the small fingers of young children?

  • LEGO MINDSTORMS
  • LEGO DUPLO
  • LEGO BELVILLE
  • BIONICLE

8. Which one is not a LEGOLAND Park?

9. Which LEGO product turned 50 years old in 2008?

  • LEGO motor
  • LEGO brick
  • LEGO minifigure
  • LEGO DUPLO

10. In what year did the color of LEGO minifigures get more natural skin tones?

  • 2000
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003

1. If LEGO bricks were stacked in a single column, how many would it take to reach the Moon from the surface of Earth?
40 billion

2. What is the translation of the two Danish words "LEG GODT" that were used to create the word LEGO?
Play well

3. How many LEGO elements are produced every minute?
36,000

4. In what year was LEGO BELVILLE, a line of LEGOs that includes families, horses, and later princesses, fairies, and butterflies, launched?
1994

5. Which university did the LEGO Group begin a partnership with in 1984?
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

6. Out of every one million LEGO elements manufactured, what is the approximate number of elements that are rejected?
18

7. Which LEGO products were designed for the small fingers of young children?
LEGO DUPLO

8. Which one is not a LEGOLAND Park?
LEGOLAND Tokyo

9. Which LEGO product turned 50 years old in 2008?
LEGO brick

10. In what year did the color of LEGO minifigures get more natural skin tones?
2003

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