LEGO, while busy catering to adult collectors, have not forgotten about the very young children – specifically, preschoolers. The maker of the world’s most famous toy building bricks has revealed an awesome Mickey and Friends range with Disney.

LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends for Preschoolers

The new Mickey and Friends lineup include five sets for children ages 4 and up. But don’t be fooled by the recommended ages; adult collectors will probably want them too!

But as far as the little ones go, each of the five sets come with instructions for children who are just learning to read and Starter Brick elements such as a big car or plane chassis helps kick start the younglings’ building process.

LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends for Preschoolers

Keep going for the official description of each set.

LEGO® Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane (10772)
• A 59-piece set that gives children a great opportunity to explore flight, checking that the plane is ready, cleaning it and flying off on adventures.
• The set features a plane with a Starter Brick chassis, to help get the building going so there’s more time for play, plus a minifigure and an exclusive Mickey Mouse tile.
• The set has a wide range of fun details and accessories to boost role-play possibilities, such as a maintenance tool rack with a wrench and spray bottle elements, plus a small flag build.
• The plane measures over 2 in. (6 cm) high and 5.5 in. (14 cm) wide.

LEGO® Disney Mickey and Friends Minnie Mouse’s Ice Cream Shop (10773)
• This 100-piece imaginative set offers youngsters fun role-play and building skills growth as they run an ice cream shop and play at the beach.
• The set features an ice cream shop, a car with a Starter Brick chassis, Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck minifigures and an exclusive Mickey Mouse silhouette tile.
• The set is full of fun details including a beach chair and parasol, a small wave build and a surfboard.
• Measures over 4 in. (11 cm) high and 3 in. (8 cm) wide.

LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends for Preschoolers

LEGO® Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse’s Space Rocket (10774)
• This 88-piece set takes children on a journey to space with Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. Landing on a new planet, collect and study rocks and even make a new alien friend.
• The set includes a rocket, station, a large rock that opens and holds an alien inside, a camera and a small flag build to boost role-play possibilities.
• The rocket measures over 5.5 in. (14 cm) high and 2.5 in. (7 cm) wide.

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LEGO® Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck’s Farm
• The 118-piece set lets children explore fun on the farm with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. The set includes animals and vegetables, which makes it fun for children to nurture their roleplay and building skills while acting out farm chores and learning about life in the countryside.
• The set includes a variety of accessories, including a winch function on the barn and a buildable chicken coop toy, tools, fruits, vegetables, animals and an egg.
• The barn measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high and 4.5 in. (12 cm) wide.

LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends for Preschoolers

LEGO® Disney Mickey and Friends – Mickey & Friends Fire Truck & Station
• The 144-piece set lets kids discover Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse as brave firefighters. With a fun building experience and roleplaying, children can learn about fighting fires by helping Mickey and Minnie stop a fire at Goofy’s BBQ.
• The set includes a fire station, fire truck, 3 minifigures and a dog figure with rubberized ears and tail, a food dish and bone for Disney’s Pluto (appearing for the first time ever in LEGO sets), plus firefighting tools.
• The fire station measures over 5.5 in. (14 cm) high and 9 in. (24 cm) wide.

The new LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends for preschoolers will be available starting June 01, 2021 from LEGO.com, LEGO Stores and other retailers, and from August 01, 2021, in AMS, priced from US$9.99.

All images courtesy of LEGO Group.

Published by Mike

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