LEGO Education Fairytale and Historic Minifigures Set 4598356 (227 Pieces, 22 Different Figures)
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- 227-piece LEGO Education fairytale and historic minifigure set
- Includes elements to build 22 multicultural male and female minifigures to help students role-play characters and scenes from fairytales and history
- Supports a group of five students, age four years and older
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The LEGO Education 779349 (or 9349) 227-piece fairytale and historic minifigure set includes elements to build 22 multicultural male and female minifigures, representing characters from fairytales and history. Children four years and older can explore role-playing, while creating and reenacting fairytales and stories, developing imagination and imitative skills. Themes include pirates, a witch and wizard, a king and queen, knights, mine workers, a mermaid and merman, and more, and accessories such as wands, hats, flowers, spiders, and snakes. The set is compatible with any LEGO Education system, supports a group of five students, and comes with a decorated box for storage.
Since 1980, LEGO Education has delivered hands-on, curriculum-based resources for teachers and students worldwide. LEGO Education believes a hands-on, minds-on approach helps students actively take ownership of the learning process and develop 21st-century skills such as creative thinking and problem solving through real-life, engaging experiences.
Top Customer Reviews
Now she can play her own characters.
Some problems with the hair not staying on during play. But still worth it.
The drawbacks are small. The first is that the packaging is weird. There were three bags, but parts from each scene were spread out between the different bags. It would have been desirable to have each individual scene in its own bag. As it is, it became a puzzle based on the picture of the box that we had to complete by pouring everything out on the table. The other issue is what seems to be priced into the Lego experience: they are expensive. I'd be interested in seeing the cost per ounce of Lego toy, but it is best not to think about. Legos are an investment; they're durable and will last lifetimes..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our children have been playing with this set since Christmas of 2014. They are still using it! Our seven children have all loved Legos, and we have a piles of them stored in those... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Clint and Wendy
Great mix of female and male characters. My daughter (and myself I admit) has lots of fun playing with these and making new people for whatever it is we end up building. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Buttercup
Purchased on a lightning deal. Great value. Legos are a great product with hours of fun.Published 1 month ago by David N
I loved putting these together with my seven year old. We are a huge Lego fan family and have everything from foam bricks that are oversized to these tiny Lego sized bricks and we... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Schlueter
The kids and I had a fun time putting these together. This helps keep them away feom my more expensive collectible minifigs. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brandon
I bought this as a gift for a cousin who enjoys collecting minifigs. You would think I had given him a box of treasure. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matthew
Worth every penny. The kids can spend hours with them. Just a little advice, if you have 2 daughters, make sure you have another girl mermaid ;)Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer