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Kids have a great imagination, and building things lets them show it. We've gathered the best Legos, blocks, and other building toys for your kids to enjoy.


Review: Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter

The X-Wing Starfighter is one of those iconic images from Star Wars, and no child can complete a Lego Star Wars movie recreation without it. The newest X-Wing Starfighter comes with an improved design and a new set of minifigures, but is it worth buying for your child? Features Of The Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter * Comes with X-Wing Starfighter, 1 weapon, 1 lightsaber and extra wing markings, * Includes 4 minifigures: Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, R5-D8 and Jek Porkins, * Features include retractable landing gea...

 


Review: Melissa & Doug 60-Piece Standard Unit Blocks

If you don't like the idea of giving your children too many electronics to play with, then you may want to go back to basics with a toy such as the Melissa & Doug 60-Piece Standard Unit Blocks. These are just simple wooden blocks, but they've been built with safety and durability in mind to ensure that they will be played with for many years to come. Features Of The Melissa & Doug 60-Piece Standard Unit Blocks * 60-piece set for building towers, homes, towns, vehicles and more, * Natural blocks with no fi...

 


Review: LEGO Bricks & More Deluxe Brick Box

First there was the LEGO Ultimate Building Set, with 405 pieces for your child to work with. But more parents are now opting for the LEGO Bricks and More Deluxe Brick Box. It looks just like the other box, only bigger and filled with much more fun! Your child gets two of the mini figurine LEGO people as part of the 704 pieces. In addition to the usual bricks that allow your child to build whatever his or heart desires, they also get the specialty pieces like windows and doors for houses and wheels for tran...

 


Reveiw: LEGO Ninjago Jay's Storm Fighter

The LEGO Ninjago line is one of the hottest specialty lines in the LEGO world. One of the top ten Ninjago creations on the market right now is the LEGO Ninjago Jay's Storm Fighter set. It's similar to how the Blade Cycle works ñ only this is a flying machine. You get two ninjas battling over a coveted prize, and a getaway or pursuit vehicle to chase the bad guy down. Your child gets to decide who gets the thrill of flying the jet fighter. In the case of the Storm Fighter, your child gets the Jay ZX m...

 




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