LEGO Architecture kits for kids are fun and educational. It is a good start to construct buildings for your home or office, but like any toy there are some aspects of it that are cool and enjoyable and others that may not be so great for your child. If you’re buying a kit, make sure you check the instructions out first. Sometimes it will be obvious to you as to what the kit does but if it is a complicated kit the instructions will be laid out in an easy to understand manner. You can save yourself a lot of frustration if you follow the instructions.
The first building we’ll talk about is the Cityscape with all of its accompanying vehicles. This is the smallest of all the kits. It is basically the Cityscape with minifigures inside of the car and a few structures on the side. As you build it you will see how each piece connects together to create that nice big City. The vehicles can be added later to this kit.
The next kit is the Island Cruise Ship with the Boat and a Cabin. This is a larger kit and will take you several hours to build. It includes the boat and cabin as well as the ramps to get on and off the boat.
The other two kits are the Airport and the Church. These are the largest of the sets and will take you more than three hours or even longer if you are really going to build it. They also have their own set of vehicles as well as passenger planes. This is a complete kit that will cover the entire cityscape and airport as well as the surrounding countryside. There are many places to put these kits that you can visit. It is recommended that you visit at least three different places before you finish your final building because there are too many landmarks to see in one place.
All of the kits include the same pieces. This means that you don’t have to buy the individual pieces. You can save money by buying them all at once. You can mix and match some of the pieces together in order to customize your building. You don’t have to do this with all of the kits though. Some of them only include one piece.
If you have a child who is into building things, then this may be a good fit for him or her. They will enjoy the process of putting their building together. You can also encourage your child to continue this activity when they become older. They will still have the pleasure of constructing something new and interesting.