Co-ordinate your animal rescue missions at the Jungle Rescue Base!
Help Andrea climb the watchtower and use the telescope to look for animals in danger. There’s a panda that needs your help! Slide Andrea down to the rescue boat, rescue the panda in distress and help Stephanie check it over in the mobile medical station. Jump on the zip line to slide down to the living quarters. Take a shower in the bathroom at the end of an exciting day and help the girls cook and eat dinner together with the animals before heading to bed for a good night’s sleep. There’s another busy day of animal rescue in store tomorrow!
This set includes Andrea and Stephanie mini-doll figures and 4 animals.
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Customer Reviews on Amazon.com:
Great gift for my 8 year old girl – By Chris Westcott on January 23, 2016
Great gift for my 8 year old girl. She loves it! It came with easy to follow step-by-step instructions. The only problem she had was that her two year old sister wanted to get involved, but of course that doesn’t work well.
As Usual, Great Quality From LEGO – By Tina T. on January 18, 2016
I bought this for my daughter for her 8th birthday – she plays with it everyday!! I am so glad LEGO has come out with some more “girl friendly” LEGO sets, as my daughters love the pink and purple bricks. My 4 year old plays with these as well! This set is so fun, my kids loved to build it and have kept it built and now play with it alongside their other built sets.
Great learning tool, and our daughter loves it. – By D. J. Larson on August 29, 2015
I gave this to my six-year old daughter, and a few months later she received a different Lego Friends set. It was eye-opening to see her development as she got a little bit older and a lot more experienced doing Legos. This was her first “sophisticated” Lego kit … she had previously played with all the various Lego blocks just like all kids do, but she had never done a “kit”. As this was her first, I worked with her side by side, mostly letting her take lead, but occasionally helping out as necessary. By the time she did her second Lego Friends kit a couple months later (which was actually marked for ages starting one year older than this one) she was completely good to go on her own.
As a parent, it really makes you smile to see your child develop so much in such a short time. This kit helps your child to learn to follow instructions, solve problems, watch for detail, and perform a bit of fine motor skill manipulation … what’s not to like?