Each issue is packed with LEGO news, comic adventures, games and puzzles.
There are also building challenges and the chance to see pictures of other cool creations built by LEGO fans. Plus, kids can expect to get a sneak peek at the latest sets and themes to hit shelves.
It costs nothing and is posted free of charge, as a way of celebrating young LEGO fans across the world. All you need to do is enter your details and who you'd like the magazine to be sent to, and the next issue will arrive on their doorstep in January.
There's even a chance to download previous copies of the magazine, so your LEGO fans can get up to speed with what's been happening in the world of bricks.
If you're looking for something to keep little hands busy in the lead-up to Christmas, don't miss these special LEGO advent calendars.
Star Wars fans will love collecting new Christmas-themed pieces in this Christmas winter-themed advent calendar. Open a door each day to find five collectable minifigures, three droid figures and 16 mini-builds.
There are 10 mini-build vehicles to put together like the Bad Batch Shuttle, Hoth AT-ST, while Star Wars fans will also love seeing their favourite characters like C-3PO and R2-D2 don festive sweaters.
Count down to Christmas with these figures from LEGO City, including Billy, Maddy, Mr. Produce, Tippy and Raze, plus a Santa minifigure.
Perfect for little witches, wizards or muggles, this advent calendar contains seven Harry Potter minifigures, as well as iconic items such as the Hogwarts Express and Whomping Willow tree.
Fans of LEGO Friends will love opening doors to find Olivia and her family, Santa Claus, a reindeer and a sleigh filled with Christmas presents. Put them all together to create a gorgeous Christmas market scene.
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