Hello, my name is Emanuel and today I’m going to review Build Zone. If you don’t know what it is, let me tell you: it’s a series that features different kids building Lego sets. Sometimes there is a friend that helps the host.
Build Zone is a video series on YouTube by the Lego company. They build Lego sets with a friend and there are four seasons of the show. The show is very descriptive and interesting because the hosts REALLY put a lot of effort into it. If you watch it you will notice this by how the hosts describe the different parts of the Lego sets, go through how to build them, and give advice.
At the end of the show they do a stopmotion movie featuring the Lego set they just built. They also add a cardboard surrounding/scene for the Lego set.
The show is about eight minutes long, which makes it easy to watch. Some of the hosts are close to my age (8) which makes me think, “If they can do it, then why can’t I?”
The hosts work together to build the Lego sets, they all have the same room to work in. They’re really creative and they seem to use a lot of time and effort to build the set. My favourite Lego set they built was ALL OF THEM!!!!!!!!!!
I like Build Zone because the episodes are so funny and they fast forward the building process. They even show the mistakes that they make throughout the video as they try it again and again. This shows that the hosts put a lot of time and effort into the build.
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