GRAPEVINE (CBSDFW.COM) - Children all around the world, including some in Grapevine, attempted to ‘build’ a world record early Thursday morning. With some help from volunteers at Legoland in the Grapevine Mills Mall, the kids started constructing a Christmas train made from Lego bricks.
The idea was to have as many kids as possible working to construct the same toy set at the same time. The Grapevine building location included 30 young participants, but it was just one of nine cities across the globe — as far away as Toyko — that were taking part in the world record attempt. The kids had to build for at least 32 minutes to qualify.
Officials will hopefully be able to confirm whether or not the kids actually did set the new record later on Thursday afternoon. Meanwhile, check out CBS 11 News reporter Melissa Newton in Grapevine, talking with some of the pint-sized Lego builders.
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