Lego launches Lego Juniors

Published on: 27th March 2014

Lego Juniors is a new property designed to bridge the gap between Duplo and Lego for children between the ages of four and seven.lego300

The simple-to-build models use Lego System bricks alongside larger elements and numbered pre-packed bags for the various model parts so children can keep track of and find bricks when building but can also create stages of play; for example, building one bag before lunch and one after. The instructions help children build the different model elements, and provide inspiration for play scenarios that parents and children can develop together. The 13 play sets draw on everyday scenes, with models including diggers, police stations and a pony farm as well as imaginary ones, such as superheroes and princesses.

Several of the sets can be rebuilt in to a variety of models whilst some come in a Lego brick-shaped box for storage or travel. They include:

  • Police, The Big Escape
  • Pony Farm
  • The Princess Play Castle
  • Race Car Rally
  • Batman Defend the Batcave
  • Juniors Construction

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