Human beings are natural builders and problem-solvers, which is why LEGO sets are for everyone, young and old. LEGO sets help sharpen fine motor skills, boost analytic and hone creative thinking. But the best LEGO sets are those that are meant to be built as a group, which is why the LEGO Friends Set is one of the best new toys to whip out during a sleepover or playdate for your kid and their friends. Heartlake City is home to LEGO Friends and their Friendship House: BFFs and mini figures Stephanie, Mia, Andrea, Emma, and Olivia have adorable houses and take part in limitless, fun activities. While the sets are marketed to girls, the LEGO Friends sets are equally great for boys. Because bottom line is, they’re fun for anyone to build. The sets are vibrant, colorful, engaging, and very, very popular. These are some of the standout sets.
The Best Lego Friends Sets
Your kid can build the world's coolest amusement park resort that features a beachside hotel, with a roof terrace, water park, slides, monorail, water scooter and windsurf board. Perfect summer fun. This Friends LEGO set, meant for kids 7 to 12, is the behemoth of all things entertainment. It's got 1,017 pieces, and includes four Friends mini figures, plus a dolphin. Kids build a resort and amusement park that has a moving monorail to explore the slides, rooftop terrace, and, of course, a juice bar.
Hit the great outdoors with Stephanie's buggy. This Friends set includes a Stephanie mini-doll figure, plus a dog and a frog figure. Bring on summer (and fall and spring) with this very sweet buggy and trailer set. It also includes a picnic area, toy bike, paddleboard, racket and pole tennis game and a toy campfire for 'smores. And stuff. The set is ideal for kids ages 6 and up, and is of course compatible with other Friends sets.
Yes, kids can now build Stephanie’s toy house from Heartlake City. It's a two-story structure that includes a kitchen, porch, lounge, spiral staircase, bathroom, bedroom and office. Oh, and a rabbit hutch. Because, obviously. This LEGO Friends set includes three mini figures, plus tons of dollhouse accessories and furniture. It's 622 pieces and ideal for kids ages 6 to 12.
Kids six and up can build the two display-worthy friendship heart boxes. This Friends Lego set includes Olivia and Vicky, plus a frog and a poodle toy, as well as lots of dress-up toys including police toy accessories, firefighter toy accessories, witch toy accessories, astronaut toy accessories, pirate and a pretend doctor kit. This Friends Lego set encourages role play, as builders pretend to be firefighters, astronauts, and doctors, via their Lego alter-egos.
Kids can help build Mia’s stunning forest house and help her care for her pet horse and rabbit. Great for animal lovers ages six and up, this LEGO Friends set include three mini figures of Mia and her parents, plus her rabbit and horse. And there's a climbing wall, a grooming area for the horse, and Mia's bedroom.
What's summer without a pool? To that end, kids can build the Heartlake pool, which has a wavy slide, diving board, rubber ring, air mattress, aquarium, shower, and a swim-up bar. For the parents, of course. This LEGO Friends set includes Andrea and Martina mini figures, and is made up of 589 pieces. You create an entire, perfect summer pool, complete with a hot tub. It's ideal for kids 6 to 12.
It's The Voice, Lego-style. Kids build a stage and watch as Andrea sings with her toy microphone, plays the toy drums and does magic tricks. This 429-piece set is suitable for kids 7 and up, and includes two mini figures, plus three interchangeable stage sets, and two backstage areas.
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