Lego building blocks provide endless hours of creative play for kids. There are so many different kinds of bricks and other special pieces that the only limit to what a child can create is what his imagination can dream up. One of the things I like about legos is the “locking” feature of the bricks and pieces. This feature keeps your child’s creations together and prevent them from falling over or falling apart. While there are many themed lego building sets available, it’s always good to start with some basic sets. What I like about big basic sets like this is that you can add small sets to it, along with Lego minifigures, to keep your child’s interest and keep the creative juices flowing without having to buy numerous large and expensive sets. Basic sets also encourage some original creative thinking. Legos are for children ages 4 and up.
With more than 600 colorful elements, the LEGO Creative Bucket offers a world of unlimited building fun. Build and play with houses, farms and zoos! More than 600 elements include decorated eye and face bricks and wheels for endless possibilities. Includes an easy-to-follow building instruction booklet full of inspirational ideas for even more creative building fun.
Fire your imagination and creativity with the Lego Classic Creative Box. It is crammed full of classic Lego bricks and with 39 colors to choose from, the building options are endless. Special pieces such as doors, windows, wheels and eyes mean that anything is possible, and there are some building ideas included to get you started. This toy building set is ideal for both budding builders and construction experts of all ages, with bricks aplenty even for large-scale projects. It also makes a wonderful supplement to any existing LEGO collection. These are tools that develop lateral thinking in a fun environment and teach kids to think in three dimensions. They can also help with literacy as kids learn to read directions. This LEGO Classic Creative Box is ideal for that special Lego fan and will be sure to provide lots of fun, entertainment and building. Set 10697. Includes 1500 pieces.
The LEGO Education 779386 278-piece doors, windows, and roof tiles set includes a variety of doors and windows with corresponding frames as well as shutters and roof tile elements to add architectural variety to standard LEGO bricks. The doors, windows, and shutters can open and close when assembled in their frames.
Build the coolest creations on wheels with this ultimate vehicle set! Get your motor running with the wide world of LEGO vehicle building! Includes 2 minifigures, wheels, workshop tools and lots of color-coded basic elements for the ultimate LEGO vehicle set. Create cars, trucks, racing cars and more! Also includes a booklet containing easy-to-follow building instructions and inspirational ideas.
Building is just the start of Lego play. It’s not as much fun to have empty buildings, cars, boats, or planes. Little figures can populate Lego creations.
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Lego building blocks provide endless hours of creative play for kids. There are so many different kinds of bricks and other special pieces that the only limit to what a child can create is what his imagination can dream up. One of the things I like about legos is...
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