Showing posts with label LEGO. Show all posts
Showing posts with label LEGO. Show all posts

December 13, 2018

Lego Education Community Minifigures Set

Lego Education Community Minifigures Set
The Lego Education Community Minifigures set is the only means of receiving a variety of Lego characters that can complete mostly any Lego set.

Unlike other Lego sets, this set contains a variety of minifigures and accessories to draw out any child’s imagination. This is a great option for all Lego fans.

Let’s take a closer look at the other things this Lego set has to offer.

Key Features of the Lego Education Community Minifigures Set 779348

* Choking Hazard for children under 3
* 256 piece Lego set
* Able to build 22 multicultural male and female figurines representing different community roles
* Role playing option by exploring gender, ethnicity, and occupations
* Up to 5 children can play with set at one time
* For ages 4+

December 10, 2018

LEGO Ninjago Thunder Raider Review

LEGO Ninjago Thunder Raider Toy Review
Popular LEGO characters Cole and Jay are included in this #70723 play set and toy purchase, and actually two toys are combined into one set. More than 300 LEGO building blocks are included, along with three special characters and two fan favorite LEGO machines.

The company has been producing durable, quality building block pieces and toys since 1949, and the LEGO Ninjago Thunder Raider Toy is another rugged play piece that young boys will love. Let's open the box for a closer look and see exactly what you get.

December 5, 2018

Ninjago Destiny's Bounty by LEGO Review

Another product in Lego's Ninjago range, Destiny's Bounty is one of the larger kits available.

This sailing/ flying ship looks exciting and includes quite a large number of special pieces. Fans of Lego Ninjago won't need persuading about this one, but for others it's useful to have a bit more information before deciding whether to buy or not.
Ninjago Destiny's Bounty by LEGO Review

Is The Ninjago Destiny's Bounty Worth Buying?

The first thing to mention about the Ninjago Destiny's Bounty Lego kit is that it'll entertain both fans of ninjas and pirates.

The ship is far-Eastern in style, but includes cannons and has several sails. The Ninjago range is popular with many kids, but even if your child isn't a particular fan, they'll probably find lots to enjoy here.

As well as having a great ninja/ pirate theme, this ship is sturdy when built. That's important, as a fragile Lego model isn't as fun to play with.

If it falls apart too quickly or easily once built then play sessions won't last as long and kids will get bored more quickly.

By withstanding most light knocks your kids can keep on playing with this toy without too much interruption.

It'll only come apart when they actually want it to!

November 25, 2016

Lego Fusion Town Master Review

LEGO has been providing decades of building block fun. But the traditional LEGO experience has been relegated to physically building towns, characters and environments with the familiar LEGO blocks.

Lego Fusion Town Master Review
What the LEGO Town Master (21204) product provides is virtual integration of the unique cities and buildings that you create.

On the special playing surface you create a LEGO village. You can then control LEGO characters and continue to build your physical empire on your Android or Apple smartphone or tablet.

Let's take a closer look.