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LEGO Education Wheels Set
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- 286-piece LEGO Education wheels set
- Includes a steering wheel and a variety of windscreens, tires, plates, axles, and wheel hubs to build moveable LEGO vehicles
- Allows construction of up to 12 different vehicles at the same time
- Supplements standard LEGO bricks
- Suitable for ages four years and older
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The LEGO Education 779387 286-piece wheels set includes a steering wheel and a variety of windscreens, roof tiles, tires, plates, axles, and wheel hubs to build moveable vehicles with standard LEGO bricks. The set components create the roof, wheel assembly, and chassis system for up to 12 different vehicles at the same time. It is suitable for ages four years and older.
Science education products incorporate applied math and science principles into classroom projects. Teachers in pre-K, elementary, and secondary classrooms use science education kits and products alongside science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum to demonstrate STEM concepts and real-world applications through hands-on activities. Science education projects include a broad range of activities, such as practical experiments in engineering, aeronautics, robotics, energy, chemistry, physics, biology, and geology.
LEGO Education manufactures hands-on, curriculum-based products to teach students from pre-school through university. LEGO Education was founded in 1980 in Denmark; LEGO Education North America, founded in 1997, is headquartered in Pittsburg, KS.
What's in the Box?
- 38 gray/black bearing elements with single or double axle
- 8 red roof tiles
- 8 blue roof tiles
- 8 yellow roof tiles
- 8 green roof tiles
- 100 gray plates in various sizes
- 48 gray rims in various sizes
- 48 black tires in various sizes
- 12 gray consoles with black steering wheel
- 8 transparent windscreens
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|Item Dimensions||7.4 x 10.3 x 2.8 in||3.9 x 6.6 x 1.2 in||10.31 x 14.57 x 7.09 in||12.13 x 10.24 x 0.12 in||7.05 x 14.55 x 7.09 in||5.8 x 7.6 x 3.6 in|
|Item Weight||0.66 lb||1.76 ounces||2.2 lbs||2.47 ounces||2.2 lbs||0.55 lb|
|Number of Pieces||286||100||790||1||484||106|
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One day, I took my young toddler to the store to buy groceries. He decided he needed to get a ty, because, of course you do...you're a toddler. Although I don't often give in to his whims and fancies whenever he wants, I decided to on this day, because, well..mom.So now we have a toddler looking through the toy section of our local store. He found just what he wanted, blocks! Blocks? BLOCKS? These are LEGOS, you monster..Ok, ok, I apologize...he wanted Legos. Being that he was a toddler, I decided we'd go for the safe ones, you know, the non-choking hazard sort., because..well..toddler+little objects +mouth=ER visit..no thank you!! So, he got duplo, even though he has older siblings that already had duplo type blocks at home, sigh, we got more. That is when it all began.
12 years later, I now have a child that is absolutely hooked on Legos. When I say hooked, I mean hooked. He has every set I could possibly buy for him(which, frankly, isn't a ton, we're not the rich and famous of Ohio here people!) and then some. He has made some of the most amazing things I have ever seen in my entire life. He's also made some of the weirdest things I have ever seen in my entire life. There's an awful lot of stuff he's made that falls somewhere in between those too, as well. He has made working vehicles, robots, animals, buildings, a table(yes, a table!), dollhouse furniture for his cousins, toys for our cats ad our guinea pig(who promptly chewed, and got a time out because...you do not eat legos!!!!!), a speaker housing, a flower planter, bookshelf, ironically enough..a lego container...and so much more. I really can't name everything he's ever made.
I now fear for his safety, though. Addiction is a terrible thing, and I fear that I have gotten him addicted to something he'll never outgrow. "That's not a bad thing" you might say....but you're wrong. It IS a bad thing. You see, recently he started building something that I don't quite understand. He said he's building a time machine. I'm fairly certain at this point, he is, and that he's tried it out a time or two, with moderate success. It seems as if, overnight, his lego collection has grown exponentially, and I know I didn't buy them. He doesn't have a job, being just a little kid and all, so he didn't buy them either. So, unless he's running some kind of lego refuge for lost and wayward, homeless legos, he has managed to duplicate them somehow with the aid of his new time machine. He also built a sign for his door that says "Private, Stay Out. Trespassers will be Shot with a Lego Canon, repeatedly", so I fear for my own safety and I dare not go in to figure out what he's doing. Have you ever been shot by a lego? Those suckers HURT!! His ultimate goal, I have been told, is to rule the world, and own "ALL THE LEGOS!!!". I'm nearly 100% certain that he will accomplish his goal, at this rate...
Bottom line..these lego bits and pieces work just like they should, with other legos. They're also contributing to my son and his desire to take over the world, one lego at a time. So, only buy them if you're cool with that, and cool with giving someone an addiction from which they may never recover...even if they do great things in the world with them, they will never recover and will forever be haunted with the desire to "do stuff" with other "stuff". Some people view that as a bad thing, proceed with caution, and consider yourself warned!!
It's a must if you have a kid who loves lego.
This set comes with 3 different sized wheels (and hubs), I know the description says 4, but it is wrong. You will also find fixed sized axles, and half axles that can be placed on a car as far apart as you want them to be so that you can make cars of varying widths. In addition, you will find windshields, steering wheels, flat plates for creating the base of the car and little angled pieces for putting on the sides of the tires to make it look like they have fenders.
You will need additional Lego pieces for creating the rest of the car(s). For most of us parents that won't be a problem, just lift up the couch and sweep out all the Lego pieces that have migrated under there. I'm sure you will find enough to create the rest of the bodies for these cars. The enclosed pieces are enough to make 12 chassis at one time. In addition to the crazy cars my boys have created using these pieces, they have also used this set for replacement parts for all their police and fire vehicles from the Lego City sets.
Pay close attention to the product picture so you know exactly what you are getting. If you do not have lots of Legos already at your house and you are looking for a complete set for building vehicles, you may want to look at a different product. Here is one that may interest you: LEGO Bricks and More Fun with Vehicles 4635. Set 4635 won't make as many vehicles at once, but it is a complete set with instructions for all the vehicles shown on the box. The Lego Wheel set is more for those that are looking to create their own designs and for those looking for replacement parts.
Remember, you are never too old to play with Legos!