Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Lego Easter Egg Hunt Set Reviewed

Fun Idea For Easter Basket Stuffer

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Add some Lego Fun to the Basket
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It is a good two months before those Easter Egg Hunts take place but I am already looking for some fun ideas to add to the baskets. Of course there will be eggs to be found. I always look for some different sorts of sweets to add but I like to hold that sugary stuff to a minimum. So, I start searching for non-edible ideas rather early. I have found something fun for this year. 

Those that know me might remember that I love to play with Legos. My brothers and I built things with those plastic bricks when we were little. Hours of fun were spent with my daughters with them. This grandma still plays with the colorful plastic pieces with her grandchildren. I even have a display of the Big Bang Theory done in Legos in our family room. 

Imagine my thrill when I found a set of Legos that creates a scene for an Easter Egg Hunt! It is a small little set with only 145 pieces so the box will fit nicely in the kid's baskets. The set allows you to build three separate locations (to hide the 3 eggs). There is a carrot garden, a flower garden and a hen house. Two figures come with the set; an adult and a child. There is a wheelbarrow, a cute little basket and a magnifying glass. Well, it is just down right adorable! 

As with most of the Lego sets once this one is assembled the different locations can be easily added to any other display you might already have on display. We rarely tear our finished sets down in this house. They are fun to pull out and play with when the kids come or Grandma goes to their house. 

If you are looking for something to add to an Easter Basket that won't throw your child or grandchild into a raging sugar high, consider a set of Lego fun with the Easter Egg Hunt.
  



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5 comments:

  1. What fun, Beverly. I also love Lego sets and this Easter Egg Hunt one looks just perfect for a grandchild's Easter Basket. Very clever of you. I always did the same thing -- added a 'gift' item instead of just candy to the Easter Baskets.

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  2. What a wonderful Easter treat! Yes, I do remember you are a huge Lego fan. Legos are awesome and one of my favorite treats to give for holidays too. I haven't seen this particular Lego kit, so thanks for pointing in the right direction in plenty of time to grab one for Easter.

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  3. That's a great idea. Many parents these days prefer not to fill their children with sugar and have them bouncing off the walls later. This would make an excellent little addition instead of all the chocolate and candies. I love Lego too!

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  4. I LOVE Legos (except when we stepped on them!) and I love this set. Awesome review.

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  5. This is an ideal Easter Grandchild gift! hadn't heard of it before, thanks for the heads up! Sounds ideal.

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