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If your child is interested in a specific theme, like playing shop, sports, arts and crafts, science, gadgets or cars, look for sets that match their interests, and let them build their own Heartlake City neighborhood with all their favorite activities.
Every LEGO Friends box has a clear age marking to help you find a set that matches your child’s age, skills, experience level and development. If you’re shopping in the online LEGO Shop, you can also find age marking, number of parts, and a detailed list of functions and accessories in each set to help you choose a set that will be fun for your child.
Bricks, a building instructions booklet (or more, depending on the size of the model), and maybe decorative stickers for the model. Each box is full of vibrant colors, funny, relatable characters of all ages and backgrounds that inspire roleplay and team work, and themed, age-appropriate accessories for open-ended play possibilities. Kids can build, rebuild, and combine with any other LEGO set and create anything they can imagine.
It’s happened to the best of us – that important little brick went up the vacuum/vanished under the couch cushions/was accidentally left at school… Or, once in a rare blue moon, a LEGO set may have snuck out of our production line short of a piece… No need to worry. You can order a replacement part right here.
If the set is assembled, you can use a duster to clean it without breaking it apart. If you want to clean or disinfect individual bricks or pieces, you can hand wash them at 30o Celcius with a sponge or soft brush and a mild detergent. Rinse, and then pat or air dry and you’re good to go.
ANYTHING your child can imagine. The building instructions in the box give your child all the help they need to build what they can see on the box. But if they want to, they can turn their treehouse into a rocket, a school into a boat, or whatever they want to play with.
Your child can always rebuild the set into something else if they want – but you can also search for and download building instructions here for any set (PDF file). If you know the set number or the year it was made, you can refine your search. Otherwise just browse through the search results until you find your set.