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LEGO Education Wheels Set 4598357 (286 Pieces)
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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
Top Customer Reviews
My sons (ages 6, 4, 3) enjoy creating new cars for their Lego men. Or, they simply attach wheels to a Lego man so he can roll. I think these are great because kids can use their creativity to build simple cars without the blueprints of more complex Lego sets.
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.Read more ›
The game they invented was to build cars, let them run down a sloping board and the car not breaking and running the furthest was the winner. The problem was, the old wheels did not make it anymore. I promised to take care of that.
I looked up Lego.com (US): There was a set of wheels but they did not send it to Canada. Lego.ca did not have them. In the meantime I learned that they are not available anymore.
I wrote my story to Lego Customer Support and asked for help. To my great surprise I received a very nice letter giving me six websites to search for wheels. So I ordered two sets at Amazon. One (4598357)at Amazon.com and a different one (6118) at Amazon.ca which had the package coming from Japan. I kept the package to show them on a globe where they came from.
To Customer Support of LEGO and Amazon: I thank you very much to show me places where I could find wheels. That was Christmas in April for my grandchildren. We had a great time all together.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a fun set to add on to the countless lego blocks. My grandson had a blast making cars and trucks. A must have!Published 18 days ago by CiCi
You can never go wrong with lego, y kids are constantly losing wheels and tires from their various lego sets. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Grainne F.
They're legos, what more can one say about them?
Oh, I know....
One day, I took my young toddler to the store to buy groceries. Read more
More 1 x 4/6/8/10 pieces in colors other than gray would have been nice. So would have been more 2x2 angled front pieces (2 pegs or 4 pegs on top). Other than that, no complaints. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
this has enough wheels to make more vehicles than my grandson and I could think upPublished 3 months ago by Mary
A great set for making the "frame" (wheels, floor, roof, windshield, doors, steering wheel) 10 or so simple vehicles. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Justin M. Yackoski