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LEGO DUPLO My First Supermarket LEGO Duplo Supermarket set is a cart full of building fun. It has all the basics, like bread, cake, soap, bananas, fruits and coffee. The cashier is happy to help and ring up purchases at the register. It's all of the fun of the grocery brough thome. Why You'll Love It: This set is designed for children, their young hands and big imaginations. Age: 2 to 5 years Features: 38 sturdy and colorful pieces Easy to assemble Includes 2 LEGO Duplo figures, shopping cart, sign cash register and Duplo decorated bricks Real looking treats and temptations like bananas, bread, apples, cake, coffee and strawberries
Recommended Ages:2 - 5
Weight: 1.12 lb
|My First Supermarket (38 pcs) 6137||
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She loves her blocks!
Comments about Duplo My First Supermarket (38 pcs) 6137:
This was my 17 month old daughter's first set of legos. Its perfect for a starter set, not too few pieces and not too many so that its overwhelming. She loves all the little supermarket pieces, the food etc. She pretends to eat them and feeds them to us and her dolls. She's not a huge fan of building things just yet, but she really loves playing with her "blocks" regardless and its one of her go to toys that keeps her occupied for a good amount of time. And I like that when she is old enough to build with them, I can add to it with other sets. You really cant go wrong with Legos!