Just one little LEGO® Friends Cubes box has lots of different play options. The front and back can be separated, stacked sideways, back to back, or on top of each other. With more boxes, kids can snap them together into fun shapes for creative, versatile play and display.
Animals Are A Friend’s Best Friends – Andrea’s Shopping Play Cube
Your little animal lover will have lots of fun taking care of Andrea’s surprise animal and decorating their own busy mini pet store. Kids can play the role of the storekeeper selling pet food to happy pet owners, or a customer looking to give their cute little pet a treat or rescue an animal who needs a loving forever-home.
Glam & Glittery Makeovers – Stephanie’s Shopping Play Cube
For kids who love playing dress-up or roaming through mom’s makeup, this beauty shop toy in a box is a fun, sparkly, creative place to live out their big diva dreams and glamorous hair and facial makeover ideas. It’s styling worthy of the stars – and of course Stephanie’s surprise pet always keeps her company.
Can’t decide which shop to get? Kids will feel like… well, kids in a candy store when they can collect and combine two or more little shops into their own Heartlake City shopping street. The boxes fit with previous play cubes, and the Friends are already warming up for even more Summer Play Cubes. Watch this space!
Fun LEGO® Arts & Crafts
Looking for more gift ideas for kids who love arts and crafts? LEGO® arts and crafts can be anything from fun things for kids to build alone to creative activities for the whole family. Get our best tips for easy-to-make rainy-day projects.
Small in size, huge in pretend-taste! Any kid with a sweet tooth will want to gobble up Olivia’s mini candy store. Full of fun, colorful toy candy accessories and even a pretend chocolate fountain, this shop has everything a candy-craving customer may desire. Including Olivia’s surprise pet – but that’s not for sale.
Get your pretend-tickets ready for the premiere of your young movie fan’s next big blockbuster. In this LEGO Friends box, Mia’s ready to help moviegoers at the popcorn machine and ticket counter and prepare the screening room for a fun, thrilling, sad, dramatic and award-winning film experience.
Buildable toys inside a buildable toy store? Of course, this mini shop is bound to inspire hours of shopping fun for kids. It has toy trains, planes, and kids can even build more new toys to fill the shelves if they like and help happy customers find everything on their birthday or Christmas wish lists.