Pars galoper ou essaie l'un des sauts colorés au centre équestre !
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Il y a toujours beaucoup à faire au centre équestre. Saute sur la selle et prépare-toi à sauter les barrières colorées. Le moment est ensuite venu de panser le cheval pour qu'il soit propre et beau. Cet ensemble coloré rose et violet a tout ce dont votre enfant a besoin pour commencer à explorer le monde de la construction avec les briques LEGO®. Il constitue aussi un cadeau idéal. Transforme l'ensemble en maison avec jardin et cheminée ou en scène de pique-nique avec un banc, une table et un arbre. Inclut une figurine de fille et son cheval.
Inclut une figurine de fille et son cheval
Comprend une écurie et 2 sauts
Les accessoires incluent une selle et une bride pour le cheval, des pots, des fleurs et de délicieuses carottes pour le cheval
Vendu dans une boîte LEGO® emblématique et résistante qui est idéale pour le rangement ou le voyage
Utilise les instructions de montage incluses pour transformer l'ensemble en maison avec jardin et cheminée ou en scène de pique-nique avec un banc, une table et un arbre
Les éléments faciles à construire sont parfaits pour développer les talents de construction
Inclut des instructions de montage adaptées à l'âge
LEGO® Juniors est la parfaite introduction à la construction avec les briques LEGO®
Le centre équestre mesure plus de 14 cm de haut, 37 cm de large et 12 cm de profondeur
La boîte LEGO® emblématique mesure plus de 15 cm de haut, 37 cm de large et 19 cm de profondeur
Rated 5 out of
Fun Set & Positive Alternative to Friends LineThis review is two-part: the first engages my experience with the set, and the second focuses on the set as an alternative to the Friends product line.
This set has been more fun than expected because of the various building instructions included with the set. My daughter likes to take apart the buildings and rebuild the other creations shown in the instruction book. However, it is frustrating having to explain to her that some of the smaller creations cannot be built without dismantling some of the larger creations. For example, the picnic table consists of seven elements: four bricks and three plates, and the three plates are all used for the large Pony Farm. I don't understand why LEGO chose not to include three more plates, one 2x4 and two 2x2s, because the set came with additional bricks.
This set, The Princess Play Castle, and Research Institute are good alternatives to the LEGO Friends product line. Unfortunately, they seem to be the only alternatives to the Friends line. The Friends line implicitly encourages an overtly adult feminized archetype for young girls (i.e., why does every Friends line need a day spa and secret love letters?), whereas the the Pony Farm and The Princess Play Castle are much more age appropriate. Kudos are due, however, to newer Friends product lines that better embrace non-objectionable female aspirations (e.g., jungle rescue veterinarians and the more STEM-centric Elves storyline).
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 5 out of
Great purchaseI bought this for my 3 year old daughter, because she always wanted to play with "daddy's blocks" instead of her duplo blocks. She was super excited to open up the container, and all the bags. She insisted we build the set the way the books showed, which I was fine with. It took the two of us 45ish mins to get the whole thing built. She has a blast with these, tearing them apart and building other things, we even built a couple spaceships. I don't see them as "branded" for girls, any more than the racecar is branded for boys. Either can easily enjoy them. This was a great first set for my daughter.
Date published: 2014-03-28
Rated 5 out of
Just right!My daughter has been playing with LEGO since she turned one. We loved the Duplo kits. There is nothing like hearing a huge bin of LEGO being dumped out onto the floor. She has since turned three so we thought it best to upgrade her to the Junior Collection. The collection is still a little challenging for her, but with some help she is able to build the sets. They are fun, challenging, and help to grow her imagination. It is a great intermediate collection.
The far majority of the games and toys we purchase for our daughter are those which help to develop STEM. This is a great toy that aids in accomplishing our goals.
Thank you LEGO for understanding that many little girls prefer to play, interact, and build with pink, turquoise, magenta, purple, blue, red, yellow and green bricks.
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 1 out of
Why is this gendered?Why must this toy be gendered? Both boys and girls love playing with these toys. My nephew would love to play with this if it wasn't created for little girls. What is it about a horses that necessitates a toy set gendered towards girls? Why can't the bricks be gender neutral colors and have both a boy and a girl Lego character in the set so more children are represented and encouraged to play together?