Summary: We let our (just turned) 5 year old granddaughter pick out the lego set she wanted for her birthday. She is good at puzzles, legos, finding objects, etc. We have gotten several puzzles, etc. for her use. She loves them, takes them apart and then builds something else. Great produce.
Summary: Our daughter just turned 5 years old and got these Legos for her birthday. She can easily use the guide to build the smaller items and can build the whole farm with some adult guidance. They do have small pieces that can be difficult for a younger child to manipulate and get put together, but overall my daughter can build without much trouble at all. We are very pleased. There are only 3 sets of Juniors for girls and I hope Lego will make some new ones before Christmas!
Summary: I purchased this set for my horse crazy daughter who is 9. For the first time in a long time, images are actually printed on the lego bricks! We have just about every lego friends set out there and I like the fact that the equestrian minifig is a regular old minifig (not a friends doll-like figure). The only thing that makes this set a jr. has to be the 4 or so modular pieces that build the sides of the barn.