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About LEGO® Juniors

About LEGO® Juniors

Fun, familiar themes for young children
Children ages 4-7 are fascinated with almost everything older kids play with, including LEGO® sets. But sometimes the big sets are a little too complex for young children. With LEGO Juniors, your child gets to play with the “big kid” themes and toys – super heroes, police, shops or princesses – with sets that match their building skills. All Juniors pieces can be combined with any other LEGO set now, and as your child grows older and more experienced.

Learning to build
The bigger sets contain numbered bags with bricks for the different parts of the model. Your child can choose which part of the set to build first, and it’s easy to find the right bricks for the job.   

Start playing straight away
Young children can’t wait to start playing! The sets include some premade pieces, like a shop wall or car chassis to help make the building process smoother, so your child can focus on the fun details and start playing right away.

Playful guidance
LEGO Juniors is designed to provide just the right amount of challenge and creative play for children ages 4-7. The intuitive, playful instructions help children build each part of the set and show lots of fun story and play ideas kids can recreate.

Safe play
At the LEGO Group, we want to give every child a great play experience, and to us, playing safe is the only way to play. All our bricks and models have to pass rigorous tests to make sure they are completely safe and durable in the hands of your young builder. You can find the best suitable sets for your child by checking the age markings on the boxes.


How can building with LEGO bricks benefit your child's development?

How can building with LEGO bricks benefit your child's development?

Social and Emotional Skills
From distributing bricks to deciding what to build and agreeing on designs, playing with bricks teaches your child important skills, such as negotiation, compromise, respect for others, helpfulness, and following rules (mind you, some of these rules will not make a whole lot of sense to adults and/or be made up completely on the fly). 

Physical Skills
Manipulating the small bricks into their proper places (or anywhere else, for that matter) requires a steady hand and a keen understanding of perspective and space – not to mention a good deal of concentration, focus and fine motor skills. 

Cognitive Skills
Building and playing with LEGO bricks can help children develop logical skills and learn concepts like size, shape, numbers, order, area, length and patterns. Building different structures with bricks – like drawing pictures – can help your child make sense of and express things that are still too abstract for him/her to put into words.

Imagination and language skills
Your child will most likely love to tell you all about what he/she is building. Ask open-ended questions, and you will hear the most amazing stories about the characters involved and play-by-play commentary on what is happening. And sometimes you don’t even have to ask.