CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
LEGO Ninjago Jay's Storm Fighter 9442
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- Includes 2 minifigures: Jay ZX and Snappa
- Weapons include 2 golden ninja serrated blades, snake sword and 2 torches
- Launch the wing attack function to blast and battle through the skies
- Battle for the prize and defeat Fangpyre Scout Snappa
- Jay's Storm Fighter measures over 12" (31cm) long and 13" (34cm) wide
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We've tried the KREO Transformers and have found the instructions to occasionally be hard to follow, hard to execute, or for there to be missing pieces. Not at all in this case (in fact, we seem to have a few unused pieces, as often seems to be the case with LEGO sets....though these could be missing trim pieces due to more skipped steps, in the past when I have been more involved, we seem to have ended up with extra pieces as well).
Last I'm not a huge Ninjago fan, as it feels like a show developed solely for the purpose of merchandising. And though the LEGO characters are cute, the storylines (we follow it mostly in books) and the bad guys are quite violent in intent and action (e.g., descriptions of skeletons enjoying beheading). Even still, I give this a 4* for educational value because, divorced from the plot and action as it is here, it does a great job of "teaching" the skill of diagram reading. There are spatial relations involved, lots of fine motor skills, understanding the importance of step sequencing, reverse engineering to figure out how you got somewhere when something's gone wrong, "a-ha" moments when you put the sub-assemblies together to figure out why they've done something in a particular way (e.g., using pieces with smooth tops instead of the bumps to allow pieces to slide and move after construction), etc.Read more ›
My only complaint is that Legos are so expensive. I'm truly stunned at how much they charge for these sets - and I am certainly thankful that I've held on to Legos from my now adult children because they are wonderful toys that have held up well. I have Legos that are 20 years old, and some even older, in our playroom - and they are constantly being played with - excellent toys! Unfortunately - the sets now are so expensive that we won't be investing in as many as we once did - even though I know they will hold up - there is just no way to spend that kind of money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
At the time of purchase, this was all the rage. 'Ninjago fever' seems to have cooled down quite a lot. Good toy.Published 8 months ago by T. Chua
Clear instructions and fun project with my 4 year old boy. He loves the moving parts.Published 8 months ago by ESB