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Lincoln Logs Shady Pine Homestead


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  • Build a frontier homestead, complete with a horse-drawn wagon
  • Real Wood Logs plus colorful figures and accessories
  • Handy storage container
  • Colorful figures and building accessories such as door frames, roofs and windows; 121 pieces total
  • Step by step instructions, recommended for builders 3+
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 6.9 x 12.4 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003MGJTDI
  • Item model number: 00877
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,876 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
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Build a frontier homestead, complete with a horse-drawn wagon! Shady Pine Homestead includes real wood logs plus colorful figures and accessories. Each set includes step-by-step building instructions and is packed in a handy storage container for a quick and easy clean-up!

Product Description

Travel to an earlier era, one of log cabins and horse-drawn wagons, with the Lincoln Logs Shady Pine Homestead Building Set. Follow the included step-by-step instructions to build your very own traditional frontier homestead with a slanted roof and chimney - or challenge yourself to create anything you can imagine with the 121 real wood pieces included in this set. Crafted in the traditional Lincoln Logs style, the Shady Pine Homestead Building Set includes richly stained logs which mimic the look of traditional log cabins from the Great American West, while colorful figures and accessories to bring this scene to life. You'll get three different types of roof, a door and door frame, a tree and a wagon - not to mention a friendly farmer and his faithful white horse.  The entire building set comes conveniently packaged in a durable container that can be used for quick and easy storage and portability. Though Lincoln Logs are made to be simple enough for the youngest of engineers, more advanced builders will always find themselves challenged to design and create anything they can imagine. The open-ended design of this building set encourages the development of several key skills; when children are building with Lincoln Logs, they're also building fine motor skills such as hand-eye coordination, cognitive skills such as problem-solving and decision-making, and of course, imaginative and creative skills. A timeless classic since 1916, the Original Lincoln Logs have earned their place within authentic American tradition, passed down from generation to generation as an ageless favorite that will always be just like you remember it to be. Then and now, solid wood construction provides a long lifespan for this playroom essential, not to mention a consistent reputation for the highest quality and durability. As always, Lincoln Logs are splinter-proof and precision cut into different lengths with notches at the ends, ensuring that the logs are not only safe, but easy to build with.

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Customer Reviews

My 3 year old loves them!
Fly Girl Marla
He enjoyed Lincoln Logs as a child and now he and the grandchildren will have hours of fun playing with them again.
Suzy Q
Would not recommend...Hit up an auction site and buy bulk logs.
Matthew Ignoffo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Ignoffo on January 2, 2011
What a joke. A huge bucket only a quarter full of logs. On top of it, the logs are almost all the one-inch variety which produce houses with columns instead of walls.

Please, for the price of this product can I actually build a house with walls?

Would not recommend...Hit up an auction site and buy bulk logs. It's probably to the point where the rip-off logs are better than the original.
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By G. Anderson on January 12, 2011
We bought this set for my daughter because my husband and I both loved playing with these when we were kids. When we opened the box, we were very disappointed with the product. There are a ton of 1" logs and a handful of bigger pieces. You can't really build anything cool at all. What a ripoff, $30 for a toy that's useless.
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47 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Mary S. Henriksen on January 17, 2011
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The logs were for my 4-year-old grandson who loves to build. I am almost 68 years old, and still have most of the Lincoln Logs we enjoyed as children; my daughters enjoyed them as well. The purchase was to supplement them.

There were two pieces missing when we received the logs, the farmer and the horse. When I contacted Amazon, the response was that we could let my grandson play with them until a new set arrived, at which time we would return them. The delivery was delayed a day by heavy snow, but still arrived in short order. We were kept informed about the status of the order via e-mails. We were also e-mailed when the return was received by Amazon. The return postage was credited to my credit card shortly thereafter.

The friendly and professional service was very much appreciated. We would not hesitate to order from Amazon in the future.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By John Jorgensen VINE VOICE on September 27, 2012
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I was a huge fan of these things back when I was seven or eight, and when I saw them in the Vine newsletter, I decided to indulge myself in a bit of nostalgia. Usually when I request a toy from Vine, I give it to some relative's kids and see how they like it. Not these. The idea was to fiddle around with them myself and let the memories flow.

Thing is, they're not that good. First there's the box. It's meant to be not just packaging for a playset but a reusable container--which is a great idea. It ALMOST works, but when it first arrived I was a bit confused and wound up opening the wrong flap, then wondering why it wouldn't stay closed. I realized my mistake and was able to repair it quite easily with a little tape, so no harm done, but it was a bit counterintuitive.

More serious are the problems with what's inside the box. First, and worst of all, the logs. There just aren't enough. The package promises 111 logs; I counted, and they're all there. However, more than 90 of them are the tiny little logs with only one notch in them, for stacking around doorways and such. There are just ten of the half-sized logs with two notches and only three of the full-sized three-notchers (not counting the flat bottomed pieces for laying the foundation of a cabin, though there aren't many of those either). So building a cabin with walls is impossible. All you can do is use them for support beams and to separate the cabin into different stories, and everything else will have a lot of open-air picture windows. (The back of the cabin often won't have even that much--including with the flagship design you see on the front of the box).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gracie TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 26, 2012
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I was excited to get these. We (hubby and I) Lincoln Logs as a kid. We were excited to have these for our kids.

Upon opening this toy, I had to wonder if the people who produce this toy have ever tried to play with it. There are not enough logs to do anything. We used to build cabins and pastures and barns and outbuildings. Now you can build a short cabin, and put a plastic roof on it. Seriously, the logs are all contained in a quart sized baggy. Yes, it comes with trees and other plastic pieces. But the fun of building toys is building. And this set completely overlooks that.

I was also hoping that the box would be a little nicer and work for long term storage. It ripped as soon as we pulled the top off, so now the skimpy amount of Lincoln Logs from the huge box are in a baggie.

I was very disappointed. This is a toy that is meant to trade on our nostalgia for a great product without giving the same play experience to our kids.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By EVR on July 13, 2012
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Having experienced the old originals, the new version is a great disappointment. Way to many small pieces and definitely not enough long ones. How can one build a wall if there are no long ones to use for the walls. Walls are now open?????? Strange building!!!!!!
Children (as well as adults) get frustrated because the small pieces do not stand up alone without the help of some longer ones. The plastic roofs are a big joke as well. What happened to the real log cabin feel and looks? The wood used is of inferior quality. Several pieces were damaged and not useable. I do not recommend these logs. They are frustratingly inferior.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Broadway on December 29, 2010
Lincoln Logs have opted to cut costs by filling these sets with 1" logs. All the walls end up being columns instead of being walls. Which not only makes it frustrating to build, but ends up with a stupid looking building.

Way to kill a great product K'nex.
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