The following playsets are perfect for the little dreamers, artists, and architects in your life. Whether your girly-girl wants to be a pretty princess or an adventurous explorer, there are LEGO Friends playsets for every little lady imaginable.
LEGO Friends Advent Calendar Set 2014
Advent calendars have been around for years, and they are a must-have for youngsters (and kids-at-heart) who need something to count down the days before Christmas. As if the excitement and anticipation is not enough. Wink!
Each of these calendars are equipped with 24 compartments, and within each compartment is a LEGO Friends gift. This present could be anything, but the favorites are a Christmas tree, reindeer, Santa Claus, and fireplace.
Kids can use the gifts they get from the Advent Calendar to enhance their existing LEGO Friends collections.
LEGO Friends Sunshine Harvest
Olivia loves to play in the sunshine, and autumn is her favorite time of year – aside from spring, of course. How come? Well – every time this LEGO Friend has the opportunity, she plants and harvests a bountiful supply of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Her doggy buddy, Charlie, enjoys helping her in her gardens, and she hauls everything to the market in a real, drivable tractor (that your kiddo can build).
There are over 233 building bricks featured, including Olivia and Charlie figurines. Your youngster simply provides the imagination and sunshine!
LEGO Juniors The Princess Play Castle Set
Yes – I was indeed one of those little girls who adored, loved, and admired everything about being, wanting to be, or becoming a beautiful princess. I loved the color pink and danced around in lacy costumes with a big crown on my head. I also loved the thrill of knights, kings, kingdoms, and everything medieval – which is why I absolutely cannot get enough of this LEGO Castle Set.
In pretty pinks, there are over 150 building bricks that allow your own little princess to put together a thriving castle of loyal servants, maidens, damsels, knights, princes, and (of course) a king.
Here is a fun little video (yay!) - if you need further ideas on various LEGO sets that are popular with girls this year: