A fun summer set, the LEGO City Ice Cream Truck serves up popsicles and ice cream to hungry Minifigures and pets!
On the Arts and Bricks’s blog, read and explore kid’s product reviews for LEGO sets. Get a unique kid’s perspective on the pros and cons of sets.
Have a WILD CAT obsessed child? Then this Safari Off-Roader LEGO set is going to be a hit. Learn why in our recent kid-review of this LEGO set.
At six-years-old, my daughter loves dolls of all shapes and sizes. This makes the LEGO Friends series a good fit for her age-appropriate creative play.
Check out why this 2020 LEGO Pirate’s Inn set earns enthusiastic thumbs ups from our kiddos.
One of 2019’s favorite LEGO Sets, four classic space Minifigure astronauts make this set a must have for creative space play!
Read about our experience building Skull Island from the 2020 LEGO Pirate Ship set with kids.
Read why we think the Lego Iconic Chess set is destined to be a favorite in your household.
Why do we love the LEGO 3in1 Mythical Creatures set…we’re glad you asked!!! Find out in this Arts and Bricks’ kid-review.
Learn why we think this red Ferrari Lego race car set is a great affordable 2020 gift for kids.
In stores now, the 3-in-1 LEGO Creator Fire Dragon set provides several hours of building fun for your little one — perhaps a most needed respite for parents around the world during this enforced time of social-distancing!
What do you get when you order 10 pounds of Lego bricks? According to WIRED magazine’s writer, Doug Cornelius, about 3,000 pieces.
Kid-Review of LEGO City Pickup & Caravan Building Kit (Model #60182) Our 7-year old recently received this cute set for his birthday; and it’s a favorite (translation: it won’t be taken apart the same day for modifications). So, what’s so great about this set? The obvious: It’s a simple enough […]
This set includes 244 pieces. The key bricks that this set adds to your collection are obviously the gears, but my personal favorites are the EYES –two big googly eyes and two “spinny” eyes. They are perfect for funny eyes on a monster, creating a dizzy animal or as the […]
Get CREATIVE: this LEGO® Classic box set comes in a plastic storage bin shaped like a brick (bonus!) and runs about $50 for 790 pieces.