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Great for a Lego Boy or Girl,
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This review is from: LEGO Star Wars Brickmaster (Hardcover)
I love these brickmaster sets. And, my 7 year old loves Star Wars so it's a win/win.
I also have the Knights brickmaster. I like it because my son opens each lego set and builds the ship/castle/whatever and then what? He is not and I am not one to see it put on a shelf. I want him to enjoy his legos and use his imagination like we used to with our lego sets. He loves to take them apart once he has completed the given set of directions and do his own thing with the pieces-I love his creativity.
Well, with the Brickmaster sets, they receive about 250 pieces along with directions for taking those pieces and using them at least 6 different ways to make 6 different things. Much more longevitiy in my mind.
I would recommend the Brickmaster sets to all lego fans and I have!
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Initial post: Dec 9, 2010 11:32:35 AM PST
Kathryn Stiwald says:
Do you think a 9 yr old would like this?
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 9, 2010 6:10:50 PM PST
A. Welsh says:
Absolutely. What I think is best about it is that it lends itself to the child being creative since he shows 8 different configurations with the same set of bricks. Once they do those they start creating their own-unlike the sets that have only one way of doing them. They don't foster that creativity.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 22, 2010 12:16:41 PM PST
These are great for my 8 year old. Please note that Costco has these for $5 a set today...yes $5. This was in the store. They had Kingdoms, Atlantis and Pirates only. I bought a handfull.
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