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Dig into this selection of LEGO building blocks and let your imagination run away with you! The building possibilities are endless, with classic bricks in 29 different colors and special pieces including doors, windows, wheels, eyes and propellers. And if you don't know where to start, you can find instructions with some ideas to get you going. This is an ideal set to help budding builders of all ages get creative, and would complement any existing collection of LEGO learning toys.
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I feel like this little set is under-appreciated. Our family purchased this set, the two Classic Creative Supplements (
They were a great price and I like them the only thing as the box is a little cheap
My little girl is just under five years old. Her birthday is in November. And she has used Lego Duplo since she was 2. So we bought her the LEGO Juniors little princess said a little while ago. And I first heard it was very hard to get any of the pieces together or take them apart or build any of it following the instructions. And then I found out there is absolutely no difference between the LEGO Juniors and regular Legos. So I decided to buy her a few more sets of these cuz she loves him so much now. She said too much of your time and putting them together and taking them apart especially with the little orange tool they give you. And it really helps with their hand coordination and you know being able to follow directions. The step-by-step instructions are really good. I found this on Slickdeals for only I think $11 so the price was right to make her happy she’ll be playing with them forever she hasn’t put them away yet. As a matter of fact I bought her another red set of the construction ones. And we dumped this box into the red one seeing as this one is only cardboard. The box is cheaply made but if you have other Lego products it’s no problem. Plus we need to start consolidating all are Legos anyways cuz she’s starting to build the very healthy collection. I love the fact that it makes her sit down and quietly and calmly try to assemble something with her own hands. And most of the time I’ll sit with her and the instruction booklet and point out what she needs or get are the blocks she needs. And this way we have very fun daddy-daughter time. Love them and would recommend them for any three four five year old.
Great starter set!
Purchased this item for my sons 6th birthday party and he loved it. The box it comes in is actually cardboard not plastic but the top is plastic and a tad more durable. Legos all come in smaller packages that need to be opened before play. LOTS of little pieces so be aware if you have smaller children that still stick things in their mouths.
Great for creative play.
This is a great set to expand your little ones creativity. My 4 year old loves it. She already has a few lego “Friends” and Disney sets so she has some experience building. But for the most part she’ll have me finish the instructions. But once I added this set she became more interested in building her own creations. She also adds onto her existing sets. It has a good variety of pieces in both shape and color. And to get started it comes with instructions for a few small builds. My daughter just went at it though without instructions. It should be noted that the box is made out of cardboard with a plastic cover. That wasn’t a big deal for me cause I was more interested in the pieces. But for some who want to use the container that might be an issue.
Great set – not many pieces
Great set that includes instructions on how to do several different ideas with the pieces inside. Unfortunately the amount of pieces is WAY less than the size of the container. On the front view of the picture of this box, the amount of pieces only fills the bottom yellow portion of the label meaning the pieces fill less than a third of the container. This is pretty typical for lego sets so its not that suprising. I was hoping the container would be plastic for better storage but only the lid is plastic and the remaining portion is cardboard. We are currently storing our legos in it and it is holding up well so far. Had I known it would be such a small amount of legos I would have bought a larger starter set but this is still a good beginner/add on for currently owned sets.
Awesome for the price!
We bought these for my seven-year-old for his birthday because he loves legos. We were originally going to buy him the big box of legos from Wal-Mart, but decided to buy the smaller one on here. At first, it didn’t look like 200 pieces, but it was. I love that they included a booklet with some of the projects you can build in the box. The others we had to get online to do, but that was fine. He loved using his tablet to build the project and it was easier for him to follow since the booklet kept closing on him. I also like that they now include a tool to get the legos apart. This is one of those things that I wish they had done when I was a kid, but am glad they have decided to make. As a parent, my child is always coming to me to get the legos apart. I will definitely be buying more in the future!
Great supplemental set.
Purchased this set for my 11-year-old brick fanatic for Christmas. He was thrilled with the assortment of “odd” pieces that it comes with (little things like eyes, single studs shaped like flowers, doors, windows, etc) that used to be really hard to find outside of sets, and also really happy that he got some bricks in colors that don’t often come in “boy” sets, like purple. I’m not sure it would get much use as a stand-alone set since it only builds a handful of little things on its own, but it’s a good starting point for a collection or supplement for a kid who, like mine, already has a good collection of Legos and is looking for uncommon extra parts.