Is your child interested in LEGOs, but easily frustrated with the instructions? I know both Logan and Kira love LEGOs… however, it’s Mom and Dad who have to put together the sets so they can play with them. If you are in the same boat as us, then it’s time to introduce your child to the fun of building with LEGO Juniors.
LEGO Juniors is a new set of “Easy to Build” sets made specifically for children ages 4-7. These quick and easy builds will give your child a feeling of accomplishment and provide hours of imaginative fun.
As part of the Chatterbox experience, I received 2 LEGO Juniors Digger sets, 1 LEGO Juniors Police set, 2 product catalogs, and 2 LEGO Club Jr. magazine.
Needless to say…my kids were beyond excited to build on their own! They didn’t even want to get dressed…they just wanted to build!
Hit the streets and repair the burst water pipe with the Easy to Build LEGO Juniors Digger. Use the bucket to dig down and the crane to lower the pipe into position! This iconic and Easy to Build set makes a great gift item as it is packed with cool details like the water pipes, valve and of course the Digger and its driver. It’s lots of fun and makes a great way to grow your child’s building skills. Includes a workman minifigure.
There’s been a breakout down at the town prison. One of the crooks has been able to escape and now he’s on the run! Give chase with the motorbike and police car then return him to the police station and back behind bars where he belongs! The fantastic Police – The Big Escape set is a great way to introduce your young builder to LEGO brick building. It makes a great gift set, too. Includes 3 minifigures with assorted accessories: 2 policemen and a crook.
Logan (6) and Kira (4) had great success at building with the LEGO Juniors packs. The only thing I had to do was open the packages for them… and Logan became the “lead” builder. He read the instructions to his sister and directed her on which pieces he needed to build each set. It didn’t take them very long to build either set. I like how the sets come with one “master” piece… for example the wall of the police station is one large piece (instead of having to build the wall).
The kids loved these sets so much that the Easter Bunny will be bringing them MORE! I want to open up each set and stuff the eggs with the LEGOs (instead of candy…okay, I know my husband wants candy but really do the kids need it?). I’ll update you and let you know how the kids enjoyed their Easter surprise!