This special set contains 650 colorful LEGO bricks you can use to build almost anything. The only limit is your imagination! Includes bricks in white, orange, red, blue, yellow, brown, black, dark green, and light green!
Components made in Denmark, Hungary, Mexico and the Czech Republic. These pieces are included in the package:
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Product review of LEGO Builders of Tomorrow
Posted 4/16/2013 by Doris Turner
We love Lego's! I use them to teach my typical and special needs children. I use them to teach patterns, sequencing, shapes, colors, addition and subtraction. There re so many more concepts that I plan to teach using Lego's. I have found the hands on learning to be endless and fun for my kids. The added plus is that I can "play" too!
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Posted 1/3/2012 by Jamie
I bought these Legos for my 4 year old stepson who is transitioning from the larger to smaller blocks. I was choose this pack of Legos over the sets because there are no directions to follow; he can just build whatever he wants. This was a challenge at first because he wanted to be told "how" to build but is now building houses and much more!