Reviews and Problems with Lego 10668 Juniors - The Princess Play Castle
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kathy from MI, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: Lego juniors are the same size blocks as regular Legos, there are just fewer pieces and not so many teeny tiny pieces. These are pretty much geared towards girls - pink case and pastel blocks. Lego juniors are a great way to introduce a younger child to building blocks.
Summary: Our toddlers can't have enough of them! It's a big hit! They almost play with it everyday. The slide is really fun for the kids to build things around with. Note that it's build and rebuild. So if you want to build set #2, you need to take apart set #1 so you have the parts.
Summary: My daughter loved this - I would have loved it if she had made it on her own since I hate building Lego. They thankfully put the Lego in separate bags so you can just get the bits for each stage of the build. You can make it in different formats but I'm happy with the first one I built
Summary: Great toy for a little girl getting into legos or already in love with them. Bought these for a 5 year old as her first lego set and she wasn't really into following the directions but with a little adult help she created a beautiful castle.
Summary: Legos were great just as a bucket- but now they have little people and a captive audience - kits specific for girls and boys ( although to be politically correct ---they can be done by either gender.)
Summary: Product is as advertised. The price is like oil prices. It's up one day and down the next. I unfortunately didn't do my research and paid twice the price for this. It even has a price sticker on the bottom of $14.99 and my fool self paid over $30.