The LEGO® DUPLO® All-In-One Box of Fun set has a whole load of DUPLO bricks for fun building and rebuilding for creative play. At its heart is a buildable wagon base with rounded edges and wheels that really turn. This comprehensive set also includes 2 opening window elements, a cute dog and numbered bricks with corresponding decorated bricks to help your child develop their counting skills. There are even extra classic DUPLO bricks for more creative fun. Includes a boy DUPLO figure.
- Let your imagination run wild with this colorful collection of LEGO DUPLO elements in a handy storage case!
- Includes one DUPLO boy figure and dog figure
- LEGO DUPLO Doc brick building toys are compatible with all other LEGO DUPLO construction sets for creative building
- House measures over 5" high, 4" wide and 3" deep. Wagon measures over 1" high, 3" long and 2" wide. Dog stands over 1" tall. Boy stands over 1" tall
- 65 pieces – For boys and girls between the ages of 1.5 and 5 years old
- November 17th, 2019Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0Ignore the Duplo Party comments; very limitedHowdyT | 25-34Most of the reviews here are from overexcited Duplo Party participants. Here’s a real review from someone who isn’t trying to get anything. It’s a play set. It’s not an open-ended box of bricks; Lego apparently doesn’t make those any more, except for their expensive Education line. I should’ve listened to the reviews on Amazon, where people warned this is a limited set that doesn’t compare to the old Duplo buckets Lego made for years. I bought this for my three-year-old nephew based on my own childhood memories of Duplo, and there simply aren’t enough pieces for him to build much of anything except what’s on the box. The pieces are too specialized for truly inventive creativity. It comes with one boy and one dog. The car wheel base isn’t as flexible as the old wagon base. There’s no large baseplate, but I can buy a super-thin $15 one that everyone complains about (and Lego has a very cute copy-and-paste response for that). I was hoping to find the giant buckets that Lego used to make—the ones that came with a few kids, a few wagon bases, and a ton of bricks (some with eyeballs). Those are available from the Lego Education website, but not here. They’ve all been retired. (Please bring those back!) As for my 3-year-old nephew: he put this together once and realized he couldn’t do much else with it. Now it’s just another play set instead of the open-ended fun I was hoping it would be.November 20, 2019Céline, Customer ServiceThanks for taking the time to write us a review. Our developers love hearing from you in order to continuously improve and innovate. We're so sorry to hear about your experience with this LEGO® DUPLO® All-in-One-Box-of-Fun. We always want to encourage our fans be creative and think outside of the box! The suggested builds are there to inspire you, but of course, feel free to break the rules. When your nephew gets a bit older make sure to check our LEGO Classic theme. Big boxes full of LEGO parts, every fan's dream! In the meanwhile, keep your eyes peeled for future surprises.Play ExperienceAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating2out of 5 stars2.0Value for MoneyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Was this helpful?35LEGO® DUPLO® All-in-One-Box-of-Fun
- August 19th, 2018Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Hours of Fun!Lego Duplo was kind enough to supply us with the Lego Duplo All-In-One-Box-of-Fun for an enjoyable Duplo Lego kids party! The Lego Duplo All-In-One-Box-of-Fun supplied our party with HOURS of fun!! With 65 pieces of endless possibilities, the children were able to use their imagination creating many different scenes! The adorable dog and person were a huge hit! They loved using them to travel through their creations. The children used their bricks to create buildings, trees, a train, a car, and SO MUCH more!! The parents all especially loved the 1,2, and 3 numbered bricks that little ones were able to match up with corresponding bricks with a matching picture showing that many of an object. There is one radio to match to the number 1, two mice to match to the number 2, and three apples to match tothe number 3. This sparked so much creativity during our play. The kids built a taxi car that had to drive around and pick up the matching picture that belonged to the number, and another child built a number train. We also had fun seeing how high we could build the bricks before it would topple over. We also had a mom and son work on building patterns with the different colored bricks! This set is not only fun, but proved to be educational too!! Thank you Lego Duplo for the chance to review your product! The parents at our party can't wait to add Duplo Lego to their homes too!!Was this helpful?55LEGO® DUPLO® All-in-One-Box-of-Fun
- July 13th, 2017Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Great for a first setItsBryooooooooon | 35-44I would recommend this to a friend!Perfect for little ones just getting started. Mostly simple blocks which are great for learning the basics of putting them together and pulling them apart. The plastic box they come in is fun too. I'm guessing the box is why this set seems slightly overpriced. I didn't realize until buying another Duplo set later that the person that comes with this set is actually a child. It's not a bad thing, just good to know.Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating1out of 5 stars1.0Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Was this helpful?55LEGO® DUPLO® All-in-One-Box-of-Fun
- August 31st, 2018Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0LEGO DUPLO BRICKS ARE A BOX OF FUN INDEED!My two and a half old daughter is in love with these LEGO Duplo bricks! A couple of weeks ago we attended one of her friend’s birthday parties and the little one had received the All-In-One-Box-of-Fun as a present. My daughter’s eyes lit up - she didn’t want to share with any of the other little friends at the party, not even wanting to share with the gift recipient. I couldn’t have been happier, knowing we had our own set at home to play with that my daughter wasn’t aware of at the time. Although she is a fan of following directions to create things according to the directions, as a strong-willed, inquisitive 2.5 year old, she likes to get inventive and create her own towers and other such designs. She thoroughly enjoys creating skyscrapers to push down and watch the destruction ensue, before gathering all the bricks up and starting over again. I also noticed her chatting quite a bit to herself as she played with this set - a VERY healthy sign for little ones when engaging in pretend play! I’m very impressed with this set and look forward to buying it for other little ones in the future! Highly recommended! ~emmasmum2016, PhD in EducationWas this helpful?55LEGO® DUPLO® All-in-One-Box-of-Fun