Legos for Girls – and they’re not all pink!
LEGO Friends #41007 Pet Salon, $29.99
LEGO Friends, launched in December 2011, is marketed as LEGOs for girls.
But take a look at the construction section of the toy store, and you will see that this isn’t the only range of little bricks suitable for your daughter.
Here Toy Tattle takes a look at the alternatives.
For Little Girls
The Duplo line is pretty much gender neutral, with primary colored blocks forming the sets in the LEGOVille and Winne the pooh ranges.
For some seriously pink pre-school construction blocks, take a look at the Disney Princess Duplo range.
Duplo 6154 Cinderella Castle, $39.99
For Girly Girls
Older girls who love their pink, will love the feminine LEGO Friends range, and their popularity has encouraged the expansion of girl-friendly lines from other brands.
Mega Bloks do sets featuring Hello Kitty, and from March this year, will be offering Barbie sets. These kits feature large snap together pieces, and some smaller bricks that are compatible with LEGO.
Mega Bloks Hello Kitty House, $34.99
For Movie Loving Girls
LEGO have faithfully recreated scenes from the Lord of the Rings, Hobbit and Pirates of the Caribbean movies. No need to declare these as ‘for boys’ or ‘for girls’, these sets are for fans of the movies.
LEGO LOTR #9474 Battle for Helm’s Deep, $129.99
For Gaming Girls
Mega Bloks have released a line of construction sets featuring characters and scenes from the Skylanders Giants
Skylanders MB Castle, $109.99
For Ambitious Girls
Girls who like a challenge, and want to lose themselve to hours of LEGO building, should take a look at the LEGO Creator and LEGO Architecture ranges, featuring detailed models of everyday scenes, and famous world landmarks.
LEGO Architecture #21006 The White House, $49.99
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