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I would suggest the 71 piece duplo set in the green bin.
By Unbridled on February 17, 2014
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Yes, there is a green, blue and red base wheels. My grandson loves this set.
By Pam Huseman on August 7, 2014
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The traffic light colors and the logo's are all printed within the plastic, it cannot be felt at all. I'm sorry, I never realised how this could affect a blind child.
By anon on December 15, 2013
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Hi, it is from 1 1/2 till 3 years. My son is almost 10months and my husband is the one building the cars so Julian can play with them. So is a great father and son time. Of Course Julian has realized the cars can separate into pieces so 1min later his father has put them together, they are back into pieces. So, both of… see more Hi, it is from 1 1/2 till 3 years. My son is almost 10months and my husband is the one building the cars so Julian can play with them. So is a great father and son time. Of Course Julian has realized the cars can separate into pieces so 1min later his father has put them together, they are back into pieces. So, both of them are enjoying playing with this...
Just have be careful with some small pieces, even though they are not that small for a baby to swallow (not even an adult could swallow them) but you never know. Hence I just left them in the box. see less

By ERIKA F. on December 2, 2013
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He is the perfect age for the Duplo blocks. The regular ones are too tiny until the child is 7 or 8 yrs. old. Gave this to our Grandson for Christmas, he is 4, LOVES it because he can do it all himself & his Mom loves that she gets time to herself while he plays.
By L. Knight on March 3, 2014
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My grandson was 3 in September!
By Randall L Horst on December 7, 2013
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I think that a 5 year would like it if it's new to him. I don't know how long he'd be intrigued, as he would probably put pieces together as they are supposed to go! It would depend upon the child. The major positive about Lego is that it stays together instead of falling apart as soon as you pick it up! It also c… see more I think that a 5 year would like it if it's new to him. I don't know how long he'd be intrigued, as he would probably put pieces together as they are supposed to go! It would depend upon the child. The major positive about Lego is that it stays together instead of falling apart as soon as you pick it up! It also can be washed if needed.
I bought the set for my 2 year old great-grandson, but I, his father, 3 uncles, a grandfather, and a great-grandfather are or have been in engineering, and have played with him since he could hold things. He loves it, and puts the pieces together in all kinds of ways, so it looks different as he plays. He's also fascinated with trucks, dump trucks, trains and such. see less

By Isabelle Jolly on June 29, 2014
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The recommended age on the box is 1 1/2 to 3 which is correct but older children will play with them also. The 4 yr old I keep still loves Duplo blocks.
By Dede Kar on November 23, 2013
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Yes. It does, there are several option to choose from the make cars.
By latanya washington walker on December 11, 2014
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No, you cannot put a driver "in" the vehicle. The "windows" are just decals. But, depending how fussy your grandson is, he can put duplo figures on top of the vehicle, or in front of or behind the window part. My own grandson is 23 months, and he puts anybody anywhere. We have a duplo cat or chicken driving. Your … see more No, you cannot put a driver "in" the vehicle. The "windows" are just decals. But, depending how fussy your grandson is, he can put duplo figures on top of the vehicle, or in front of or behind the window part. My own grandson is 23 months, and he puts anybody anywhere. We have a duplo cat or chicken driving. Your grandson may be more realistic, though. My grandson loves that the wheels turn and he can hook several chassis together to make a "bus" or "train". This is one of his favorite toys, and he likes it better than his other duplos because the vehicles move and he can pretend they go vroom vroom. see less
By Susan on March 11, 2015