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LEGO City Fire Truck (7239)
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- Build and drive your own Lego fire truck
- Raise and lower the ladder to fight the fire
- Includes 3 firefighter minifigs
- 214 LEGO building pieces
- Detailed assembly instructions
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Mommy's note: highly recommend Legos to help teach your child the importance of following directions (step-by step instruction manual) and helps to increase fine motor skills (fairly easy snap together construction). And a fun time to spend together as a family!
Our son still plays with it nearly everyday: the firemen that go into various seats to operate the equipment, the fire hose that unwinds and winds back up, the ladder that goes up and down, the trailer that follows along, the raft that detaches, the compartments that open and close for storing various fire equipment, the truck stabilizers that swing up and down, it just goes on.
I do have one gripe, the ladder itself is very well designed (extension is nice and smooth), but it easily comes detached from the truck - usually when my son doesn't want it to. He has gotten used to that deficiency and has learned how to manipulate the ladder that doesn't exert force in the direction that causes it to come off. A simple fixture could have been easily designed into the mount point to seat the ladder more securely.
Even with this minor defect, I would still highly recommend for any child that likes firetrucks, fire people, and being a helper. This has been a very excellent tool to open the door to my son's imagination and creativity.