Best Lego Sets for Girls 2020

Best Lego Sets for Girls 2020

From the very start, LEGO has made a name for themselves in the toy market and for a very good reason. First, because kids love building with them and second because parents love toys that bring them back to their childhood. LEGOs provide kids with lots of open-end playtime and the opportunity to develop creative skills.

LEGO, with their collection of Lego sets for girls, has shown that the stereotypical notion of girls’ dislike for building things up from the ground is wrong. The popularity of these sets targeted at girls tells just one story – given the chance, girls can prove certain norms are wrong. Here’s a selection of the top 30 best Lego sets for girls that you could give your baby girl as a present. These sets feature characters from movies to sets of LEGOs for open-ended building fun.

Top 30 Best Lego Sets for Girls 2020

1. Disney Princess Belle’s Enchanted Castle

Disney Princess Belle’s Enchanted Castle

Why we like it: It contains a lot of characters and the castle is detailed, elegant, and has fun features.

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The story is about a woman balancing both strength and vulnerability while establishing her place in the world. It’s a great purchase for fans of the classic Disney Princess. Kids will love getting to build and play with it. It’s intended for children aged 6-12 years. The set includes characters such as The Beast/Prince, Lumiere, Cogswirth, Madame de La Grande Bouche, Babette, Mrs. Potts, and Chip. The aim is to help Belle turn the beast back into his true princely form before the last rose petals drop and the spell becomes unbreakable. The LEGO set lets kids reenact Belle’s journey and work their fine motor skills as they construct and waltz the characters through the castle.

Pros

  • It's a two-story LEGO set.
  • It has a revolving dance floor.
  • It has a balcony and a chandelier.
  • It has eight character figures.
  • The beast’s head detaches to transform him back into the prince.
  • The set is compatible with other LEGO brand toys.

Cons

  • It has lots of small pieces to assemble.
  • The castle isn’t appealing.

2. LEGO Mindstorms EV3

LEGO Mindstorms EV3

Why we like it: The robot is one of a kind. It has features such as talking, walking and thinking.

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The set is an amazing way to spark imagination and is a great way to introduce girls to programming to fully enjoy this toy. It’s a great stem choice for kids starting to show interest in the field. It’s recommended for children aged 6-12 years. The set is a great way to boost a girl’s software scope. To get more advanced features to connect the robot to a PC or Mac. Your smart device gives access to the free programming where there’s a Mindstorm community to interact with. It comes with a programming robot that’s used to create five different types of robots. This keeps little girls occupied and having loads of fun. The instructions are easy to follow and the robots can easily be built.

Pros

  • The set includes five robots in one.
  • It requires a programming tablet.
  • The robot can walk the talk and think.
  • The set is easy to build.

Cons

  • Some users found the programming hard to understand.
  • The set includes instructions for one robot.

3. Friends Heartlake Summer Pool

Friends Heartlake Summer Pool

Why we like it: Little girls get to enjoy the rainy days with this pool-featured LEGO set.

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The set is great for summer fun keeping girls entertained throughout. It features mini-figures ensuring girls play by themselves or with friends. The construction is colorful and slightly more challenging than a basic build. It includes features like a pool, slide, towers, and stairs. When it’s hot, you’ll find them sunning by the pool, using the long sliding board, jumping off the diving board, and swimming up to the bar for a refreshment. After a long day in the pool, the characters can even use the outdoor showers behind the aquarium and the restroom. It features a stand for the lifeguard, a hot tub and a day bed. It offers a time of luxury and relaxation. An accessory kit is included that has a basket, an ice cream cone, newspaper, service bill, cherries, glasses, a ball, and a pineapple. The set indulges girls in creative play hence sparking their imaginations.

Pros

  • A LEGO set that features a pool, diving board, and hot tub.
  • The set includes two mini character dolls.
  • It includes a fun accessory kit with food, ball and more.
  • It features 589 pieces.
  • It provides open creative play.

Cons

  • Assembly of the set takes several hours.
  • Some pieces included in the set are very small.

4. The Princess Play Castle

The Princess Play Castle

Why we like it: The set is a great way for stimulating the imagination as the build set can be reconfigured in a variety of ways.

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It’s excellent at developing divergent girls’ problem-solving skills at such a young age. It’s the best suit for girls aged 4-7 years. It includes a lot of different pieces as well as some design ideas that are specially constructed to provide a little bit of challenge to the age group without frustrating them. It’s for younger girls who can play with the princess in her fairy tale castle. They need to groom the kitty at the grooming station, walk the drawbridge, or whoosh down the slide. This is a magical world where anything can happen thus boosting a girl’s needed skills. It’s a great way to encourage creativity among little princesses. It contains blocks for building a castle with a slide and drawbridge as well as a tower and a grooming station.

Pros

  • You can build a castle or an alternative playground and bedroom.
  • It's a simpler building for younger girls.
  • A storage tub for the pieces is included.
  • There are rare pieces in the set, including the wall pieces with printing around the window.
  • It comes with 150 pieces with one mini-figure and a cat.

Cons

  • The playground is uninteresting.
  • The bedroom lacks a base build to connect the pieces.

5. Disney Princess Ariel and the Magical Spell

Disney Princess Ariel and the Magical Spell

Why we like it: The set includes details from the Mermaid movie that fascinates most young girls.

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Girls aged 6-12 years will have fun joining Ariel and her friends under the sea. They’ll put together Ariel’s secret grotto, Ursula’s lair, and a little machine that shows Ariel’s transformation from mermaid to human. Once the cave is built, it features a sliding door, a chest full of treasure, and a hiding place of Flounder. The main character doll, Ariel, can be switched between legs or tail, making it fun for the little girls. There’s also a doll for Ursula and her grotto. It has all the details and it features 222 pieces of playtime fun. As the kids build, the details will come together and capture their imaginations. It requires fine motor skills to put them together. The functions in the hands and the fingers used to pick up and place the blocks together enhances skills to the child.

Pros

  • The LEGO set features characters and scene from the critically acclaimed movie.
  • Two main characters are included, Ariel, Ursula along with Flounder.
  • It features Ariel’s cave and Ursula’s grotto.
  • It promotes fine motor-skill development.

Cons

  • Stickers are hard to place on blocks once set together.
  • The pieces included in the set are very small.

6. LEGO Friends Olivia’s House

LEGO Friends Olivia’s House

Why we like it: The set allows girls to create and recreate the house so the rooms can be in any order.

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First, they have to build a pretty and quaint cottage that Olivia lives in. Then pretend to go to sleep, make the bed, make meals, and do other family activities. The family members available are mom Anna, dad Peter, and Olivia’s pet Kitty. The rooms in the house come in modules so that you can re-arrange them. The set requires construction that’s more appropriate for girls aged 6-12 years. Younger girls may need assistance with the build and older girls may find it uninteresting. It comes with fully reconfigurable sections of the house so young girls could use their imagination to arrange the different parts of Olivia’s house in a variety of ways. The customizability of the construction of the house is simply amazing. It’s great for stimulating problem-solving skills as well as imagination.

Pros

  • The set has 100% 5-star reviews on amazon.
  • It has lots of accessories.
  • It contains 4 characters including 3 mini-dolls.
  • There are lots of moving parts for imaginative fun.
  • The set combines with other friend sets to create new ‘friends’ relationships.

Cons

  • Adult supervision may be required as it contains small pieces that may pose a choking hazard.
  • Some say the house is too small.

7. Classic Medium Creative Brick Box

Classic Medium Creative Brick Box

Why we like it: The set includes 484 total pieces in various shapes, sizes, and colors, making the possibility of building endlessly.

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It’s made for ages 4 and up. The blocks require hand-eye coordination because they aren’t Duplo-sized. It has wheels of all kinds of building blocks and an instructional booklet to help give kids ideas and get them started. There are bountiful of options for creation with all the pieces. They can create a tiger, flowers, trains or a tiny village. The building set helps children learn to follow instructions, express themselves, focus their hand-eye coordination, improve dexterity and concentration. Kids will additionally have lots of creative avenues. They can walk all kinds of characters, scenes, and vehicles and play out their favorite stories all on the kitchen table or the playmat in their room.

Pros

  • The set includes 484 pieces.
  • The bricks come in 35 different colors.
  • A starter set and story idea pamphlet are included.
  • It comes in lots of different shapes and sizes.
  • The set is easy to clean up and store in a giant LEGO brick container.

Cons

  • There are less classic pieces and more specialty pieces.

8. LEGO Disney Princess Moana’s Voyage

LEGO Disney Princess Moana’s Voyage

Why we like it: The set enables little girls to build adventures with Moana and her friends.

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It’s recommended for girls aged six to twelve. It comes with two mini-figures made to look like characters from the vibrant and empowering Disney feature Moana. The beautiful canoe comes with opening storage under the deck, just like in the movie. Girls will be ready to go on a mission to fight Kakamora and other sea monsters with Maui’s magical fish hook. It comes complete with a sail with the same pattern as Moana’s sail. It comes with a miniature Moana, a large Maui, and Hei Hei, the rooster for the characters. There’s also the heart of Te Fiti, Te Fiti island, and two Kakamora pirates to add to the adventure. The toy makes it easy for girls to recreate epic scenes from the movie. It also boosts the kid’s memories.

Pros

  • It includes a transforming Te Fiti island.
  • It’s compatible with other LEGO construction sets.
  • There’s plenty of room to fit everyone on board.

Cons

  • Some complaint of too many small pieces.
  • Maui's fishhook isn't similar to the one in the movie.

9. Friends Heartlake Lighthouse

Friends Heartlake Lighthouse

Why we like it: Kids get their creativity and imagination as they play with the lighthouse.

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Girls aged 6-12 will enjoy playing with lots of creative adventures with the Heartlake gang. The set features a lighthouse, a viewing platform, and an ice cream shop for excellent pretend play. The 473 built piece set includes a rowboat, a pier, a secret room, and ice cream shop accessories and furniture. It even comes with a seal perched atop a rock. Girls can go sightseeing at the LEGO friends lighthouse, have ice cream with Kate and Stephanie at the ice cream shop. They can even go out in the rowboat to say hello to the friendly seal. They can hunt for treasure using the hidden treasure map that ends in the LEGO Heartlake hot air balloon set. They get to spend hours of imaginative fun while making up stories about swimming, sharing ice cream, rowing out on the lake, and chatting in the lighthouse.

Pros

  • The set comes with two beautiful mini-dolls, Stephanie and Kate.
  • The seal is cute and can play with the girls or sit on his rock to say hi.
  • There are plenty of accessories.
  • There are some nicely done stickers.
  • The lighthouse is pretty.

Cons

  • The build is a bit narrow.
  • Some complained that there were too many unattached pieces that kept falling out of the building.

10. Friends Heartlake Puppy Daycare

Friends Heartlake Puppy Daycare

Why we like it: The set is cute and the dogs are darlings and compatible with LEGO floors and accessories.

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It has a dog park with toys, rewards, and an obstacle course. It’s meant for children aged 6-12 years and comes equipped with lots of cute accessories and activities for their LEGO’s girls’ favorite dogs. The aim is to help Mia and Andrew play with and care for a whole host of darling dogs. It includes two puppies, with an obstacle course and a turning roundabout for puppy training in the park. Inside, puppies can be bathed, groomed, and cuddled to sleep by the girls. The growing puppies are called Luna and Toffee and they need constant nutrition. It teaches them basic ownership and responsibility skills. It promotes fine motor skills by helping little ones construct the puppy palace, engages their creativity through imaginative play, and use the opportunity to discuss the important responsibilities.

Pros

  • It has 2 girl figurines and 2 dogs.
  • It has a bathing station, grooming station, and feeding station.
  • It has an outdoor area.
  • It has an obstacle course for puppy exercise.

Cons

  • The parts are too small for a six-year-old to build unassisted.

11. LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box

LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box

Why we like it: The LEGO Classic Large Creative Brick Box is the perfect construction set to complement other LEGO sets or play with on its own.

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This 790 piece set contains a variety of colors and pieces for building anything from a toy scooter to a toy house. Kids can build and play for hours with 8 different types of toy windows and toy doors, 2 green base-plates and 6 toy tires and toy wheel rims. It won’t be long before kids are using this creative kit to build a castle or build a figure. Suggest a story-starter to get their creativity going like an undersea adventure or a day at the zoo and watch what out-of-the-box creations they come up with. Or use one of the included building ideas to get things started. Either way, this set allows imaginations to run wild.

Pros

  • The set includes different types of toy windows and toy doors.
  • It encourages creative building.
  • It’s compatible with other LEGO sets.
  • It has a LEGO inspired package serving as storage.

Cons

  • The pieces are too tiny.

12. LEGO Horse Vet Trailer Building Kit

LEGO Horse Vet Trailer Building Kit

Why we like it: LEGO Friends Horse Vet Trailer can be combined with the 41126 Heartlake Riding Club for kids to collect everything they need to get competition-ready.

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Girls get to drive to all the horse events in Heart lake with Aunt Sophie and her special Horse Vet Trailer. They’ll be on the ball to help injured ponies right away. Olivia’s gray dapple horse has taken a knock and kids are to help Sophie the vet examine him and move him onto the horse stretcher to lift him into the trailer then cover him with a blanket and hop in the car to tow the trailer. The toy set ensures kids are having fun with this equestrian-themed toy for girls and boys. Instead of the usual yellow figures, the Friends figures feature more realistic designs. Each Friends play-set combines classic Lego building with real-world hobby and adventure settings. From photography to a theatre school, the Friends sets offer a broad range of play possibilities, but the Horse Vet Trailer, in particular, stands out.

Pros

  • The set includes 2 mini-dolls, Olivia and Sophie.
  • The SUV trailer and veterinary tools keep kids engaged.
  • It helps spark imaginations and encourage creative play.
  • It’s a great gift for LEGO friend’s collectors.
  • It's suited for girls aged 6-12 years.

Cons

  • Some say the pieces are broken.

13. LEGO Creator Treehouse Adventures

LEGO Creator Treehouse Adventures

Why we like it: This 387 piece treehouse set features three different build forms, providing multiple templates for children to play with and build.

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The Creator line comes with traditional Lego Minifigures, in this case, a young boy and girl. These co-ed adventurers have plenty to do once their tree-house is built, thanks to the included water guns, tools, and even a treasure map. Kids get to build a bridge between different tree-houses or connect them all to make a tree-house village. The Creator line leaves it up to kids, letting them find their adventure without violent trappings. Lower the pulley to hoist up the planks, hammer the wood together and use the paint roller to add the final touches. When they’re done the building, but the tools in the secret hiding place and hoist the treehouse flag. Use the squirt gun to ward off invaders and have fun looking after the tiny blue jay and the frog that lives in the tree. Rebuild this fun toy to create a cool clubhouse or an awesome tree fort.

Pros

  • The set includes 2 mini-figures, plus a blue jay and a frog.
  • The model folds to create a double tree-house with a connecting bridge.
  • The approximate age is 7-12 years.
  • The tree-house can be rebuilt into a clubhouse.

Cons

  • Some customers complain of missing some pieces in the package.

14. City Police Starter Set

City Police Starter Set

Why we like it: The City Police starter set feels like a heist movie in a box.

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There’s a cop car, a money-dispensing ATM, and a thankfully equal representation of the characters, with a female cop and robber, and a male cop and robber. It’s nice to see Lego while making sure that no matter what their gender, kids can find themselves represented as Lego heroes and villains. This set also features a police dog, dynamite, a jackhammer, and handcuffs. Run around the agility course with them in the garden. It’s like a playground for puppies. Then head inside to give Luna the Husky and Toffee the Pug a good wash in the bath and a pamper session. Then they can have some food and rest on their special beds while kids take a new booking on the computer. The set includes 4 mini-figures: a female postal worker, male postal worker, pilot and airport service worker.

Pros

  • It has four included extra pieces.
  • It equally represents all genders.
  • It enhances fine motor skills among kids.

Cons

  • A great set that is over-priced.

15. LEGO Minecraft The Fortress

LEGO Minecraft The Fortress

Why we like it: The set includes a Steve Minecraft Minifigure that kids enjoy playing with.

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The open-world building adventure encourages creativity and imagination, just like Lego. There are sets of all sizes and prices, but The Fortress stands out as a mid-range kit with plenty of options. Add water and farming areas to your kingdom and ready your defenses for the skeletons that come at night. Minecraft fans will appreciate touches like pressure plates that open doors and torches for nighttime patrolling. While it only comes with a Steve figure, female characters can be added with separate packs. You can build a huge fortress on the open, grass-covered Minecraft plains, complete with lookout towers, large pressure-plate doors, an area for growing vital crops and food for feeding your horse and sheep, plus a cool waterfall. However, an army of skeletons is approaching the fortress walls. It’s time to defend your home and your livestock. Light the fires and torches, load up the cannons and take your golden armor from its stand then choose a weapon from the chest containing the wood, stone, iron, gold and diamond swords, and prepare for battle.

Pros

  • Kids get to build a LEGO Minecraft fortress.
  • The pressure plates are to be pushed to open the fortress doors.
  • It includes Steve and 3 skeleton Minifigures.
  • The set is compatible with LEGO construction sets.
  • It has 984 pieces.

Cons

  • The pieces are too small.

16. LEGO Architecture London

LEGO Architecture London

Why we like it: Lego’s Architecture line features complicated builds of famous world landmarks such as the London Bridge.

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For some, the draw of Lego isn’t playing pretend, but the thrill of creation. The London kit features 468 pieces and recreates the National Gallery, Nelson’s Column, the London Eye, Big Ben, and Tower Bridge in one beautiful diorama. These sets are particularly useful for children trying to learn the ropes of adding details to building design. The LEGO Architecture Skyline Collection offers to build kit models suitable for display in the home and office and has been developed for all with an interest in travel, architectural culture, history, and design. Each architectural set is scaled to give an accurate representation of the comparative size of each structure, with true-to-life color depiction and is finished with a decorative “London” nameplate, making it a great gift for adults and kids alike.

Pros

  • Kids get to recreate the famous London sites.
  • The set has a booklet containing information about the design.
  • It develops traveling, culture, history and design interests.
  • It opens a window to the most incredible cityscapes from around the globe.

Cons

  • The set misses some pieces.

17. LEGO Elves Ragana’s Magic Shadow

LEGO Elves Ragana’s Magic Shadow

Why we like it: The Ragana’s Magic Shadow Castle is a three-story building full of trap doors, bridges, hidden areas, and mystic animals.

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The set has a part action play-set and part dollhouse. While pricey, this 1,014 piece set comes with a host of accessories and three different mini-figures to play with. If you’ve got a burgeoning Tolkien fan in your home, this is a great foundation for magical adventures. Find a way into the castle and discover Ragana as she makes potions. Help Naida and Aira outsmart her and then lock her in the castle dungeon. Explore the magnificent castle, but watch out for traps on your way. Recover the beautiful and unique baby Princess dragon egg before Ragana escapes. This captivating toy for girls and boys includes 3 mini-doll figures, plus Estari the baby Princess dragon and Jynx the evil cat.

Pros

  • It includes Ragana, Naida, and Aira mini-dolls, plus Estari the baby Princess dragon and Jynx the cat.
  • The opening and tilting functions keep kids engaged.
  • It helps spark imaginations and encourages creative play.
  • A great gift or display piece for fans of the LEGO Elves animated series.
  • It provides an age-appropriate building experience for kids 8–12.

Cons

  • Some pieces are missing from the box.

18. LEGO Mindstorms Robot Kit

LEGO Mindstorms Robot Kit

Why we like it: The Mindstorm is a Lego kit that comes with a built-in programmable engine.

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Using the set’s smartphone or computer apps, your little engineer can learn the basics of programming, teaching the robot how to pick up objects or run around a room. It’s a fun way to learn about programming methods, and in the end, you’ll have a little robot pal. When you want to play without programming it first, the Mindstorms robot can also be controlled via a smartphone app then use the intuitive drag-and-drop interface to program your favorite robots to walk, talk, think and do anything you can imagine. When you’re ready for more, fire up the advanced programming features of the EV3 Software on your PC and Mac, or take instant control with the free Robot Commander app on your smart device or infrared remote control included with each set.

Pros

  • It has an infrared sensor system that enables robots to track the remote.
  • The set includes the intelligent EV3 brick.
  • It comes with instructions for 17 different robotic designs.
  • The building toy is compatible with LEGO construction toys.

Cons

  • The set requires programming skills.

19. Women of NASA

Women of NASA

Why we like it: The Women of NASA set highlights some female pioneers of aeronautics and space exploration.

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The 231-piece set includes a posable Hubble Space Telescope and a launch-pad, among other fun collectibles. It features minifigures of 4 pioneering women of NASA—astronomer and educator Nancy Grace Roman, computer scientist and entrepreneur Margaret Hamilton, astronaut, physicist and entrepreneur Sally Ride and astronaut, physician and engineer Mae Jemison. It also includes 3 builds illustrating their areas of expertise. Role-play space exploration from planning to the moon landing, beginning with the iconic scene from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1969 of Hamilton with software that she and her team programmed. Build the posable Hubble Space Telescope and launch a LEGO version of the Space Shuttle Challenger with 3 removable rocket stages. It also includes a booklet about the 4 featured women of NASA, and the fan creator and LEGO designers of this fun and educational set.

Pros

  • It’s highly educational.
  • It inspires young girls.
  • It develops motor skills among girls.
  • It improves reading abilities.

Cons

  • The assembly may be too easy for some kids.

20. Stephanie’s House

Stephanie’s House

Why we like it: It’s effective at keeping kids engaged for hours.

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Stephanie’s House building set by LEGO comes with an incredible total of 622 Lego blocks. This provides girls with lots of pieces to put together. During this process, children can develop their coordination and motor skills too. It’s compatible with other LEGO toys. This allows kids to have more options to play as creatively as they like. With a lounge, porch, kitchen, bedroom, office, bathroom, and staircase, children are given plenty to play with by using this set alone too. The toy house also comes with a variety of dollhouse accessories and furniture including bay windows, a toy television, an opening fridge, and oven. Plus, kids will spend hours in pretend to play with the included mini-dolls and the baby toy rabbit figure. This 622 piece dollhouse is best for girls between the ages of 6 and 12 years old.

Pros

  • It develops motor skills among girls.
  • It improves coordination.
  • It’s compatible with other LEGOs.
  • It promotes imaginative play.

Cons

  • The set can be difficult for kids to assemble on their own.

21. LEGO Friends Heartlake Pizzeria

LEGO Friends Heartlake Pizzeria

Why we like it: The LEGO Friends set for girls can be used with other LEGOs once it’s built, making for a cool feature.

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Kids love this feature as it enables them to combine their other sets into one large one for imaginative play. This is a small Lego set comes with 289 pieces that may be more manageable for younger girls to construct. During the building process, they become focused and able to improve their concentration abilities. Not to mention, building a LEGO set like this is also awesome for their coordination and motor skills. They’ve included Oliver and Emma figures for kids to play with too. It has all the equipment needed to play at making and baking fresh pizza in the kitchen. Serve them out on the restaurant balcony, or use the phone to take orders then deliver them with Oliver on the scooter. There’s even a stand selling basil and tomato plants to happy customers. This cool toy for 6-year-olds includes two mini-doll figures.

Pros

  • It encourages creative play.
  • It develops motor skills.
  • It enhances focus in kids.
  • It improves coordination.

Cons

  • Some find that it produces an odd smell.

22. Emma’s Art Stand

Emma’s Art Stand

Why we like it: Once it’s built, the art stand has a trailer that can open up in a variety of 3 ways.

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This building set by LEGO features 210 Lego blocks in total that provide younger girls up to teenage girls with plenty of pieces to stay engaged for hours. While building the set, kids can improve their motor skills and coordination too. There’s also a stand for a postcard, a scooter, and cat bed available. Besides this, there’s a Chico cat and Emma doll toy available. This allows kids to play with the set in more creative ways. Not to mention, it can be used in tandem with different sets of LEGOs that helps children’s imagination run wild.

Pros

  • It improves coordination among girls.
  • It develops a kid's motor skills.
  • It encourages creativity among kids.
  • It's made of a unique design.

Cons

  • The set doesn’t stay together all through.

23. Super Hero Girls Super Hero High School

Super Hero Girls Super Hero High School

Why we like it: The DC Super Hero Girls theme is something that girls simply admire and love a lot as it promotes more creative play.

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The LEGO’s DC Girls Super Hero High School building set enables kids to build a construction that contains a remarkable 712 pieces. These are lots of pieces to assemble and that’s why the age recommendation is slightly older and best for girls between 8-12 years old. It provides girls with a good challenge that’ll call upon their motor skills and problem-solving abilities. The building process is also fantastic for their coordination. The characters included are Poison Ivy, Super Girl, and Lena Luthor figures. These are characters that girls love and will recognize if they watch the DC Super Hero Girls TV show. It encourages them to role-play their favorite scenes and play with tons of imagination.

Pros

  • It includes lots of pieces.
  • It develops problem-solving and motor skills.
  • It improves a child’s coordination.
  • It encourages imaginative play.

Cons

  • The set is prone to falling apart.

24. Andrea’s Speed Boat

Andrea’s Speed Boat

Why we like it: The speedboat has a turning propeller feature as it’s great for encouraging kids to play with more imagination.

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The LEGO Friends Andrea Speedboat Transporter building set enables kids to build with 309 Lego blocks. This provides them with plenty of pieces that’ll keep them engaged for hours. While constructing the set, children can develop their coordination and motor skills. Furthermore, if they get stuck at any point, they’ll have the chance to use their problem-solving abilities too. Once it’s assembled, kids can use the Emma and Andrea play dolls to explore the set. There’s a speedboat that has a fantastic propeller that can turn. This is interactive and more fun for kids to play with. Moreover, there’s also a trailer, beach car, sun loungers, and a barbecue. So, children are provided with lots of playing options to be as creative as they like.

Pros

  • It improves motor skills among girls.
  • It helps develop hand-eye coordination.
  • It promotes creative play.

Cons

  • Some complain the propeller doesn’t work.

25. Snow Resort Chalet

Snow Resort Chalet

Why we like it: With so many different areas and accessories to play with, your child can be entertained by this LEGO set for hours.

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The set features two doll figures. These include Amy, Andrea and Luna husky toys that have outfits for the winter weather. There are also accessory pieces available too that include a wooden trunk, skis, pots, cups, croissants, cheese, mini board games, a mobile phone, camera, perfume bottles, and a map. All of these pieces provide children with lots to explore. They can use the play figures along with these accessory items to create their stories and come up with imaginative ways of playing. The resort itself has a kitchen, hot tub, lounge, dining area, bedrooms, and a snowmobile. While children are building the set, they’re able to put their motor skills and coordination to good use. Moreover, their reading skills are also improved by using instructions. Your builder can imagine that the Friends have come home after a long day of skiing and skating and are ready to relax. It makes a great gift idea for the holidays or any special occasion. Combine it with Lego Friends Snow Resort Ice Rink and Snow Resort Ski Lift to continue the winter fun.

Pros

  • It develops fine motor skills among girls.
  • It improves hand-eye coordination.
  • It promotes creativity.
  • It boosts a child's reading confidence.

Cons

  • The set has delivery issues.

26. Friendship House

Friendship House

Why we like it: Young girls are given lots of places to explore with the toy characters provided.

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The Friendship House is a very big Lego set for girls. It includes an incredible 722 Lego blocks that mean kids need to be focused to construct it. During the building process, a child’s motor skills and coordination abilities will be put to the test. Once it’s all built, kids can play with a large area. It includes bedrooms, terraces, a slide, kitchen, garage, and even a fire station. With Andrea, Olivia, and Emma figures included, kids can use them to explore the different rooms and play with a ton of creativity. The set can also be used with other Lego toy sets for even more imaginative play. Outside, there’s a swing, a bike with a trailer full of tools and lots of cool features in the converted fire station building including a working pulley, alarm, pole, slide and a garage with opening door. Included are 3 mini-dolls plus 3 animal figures. Girls and boys the ages 6-12 years will enjoy building the creative LEGO Friends Friendship House building set that’s compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building.

Pros

  • It encourages imagination among young girls.
  • It develops fine motor skills among kids.
  • It improves hand-eye coordination.
  • It can be used with other LEGO sets.

Cons

  • It can be too easy for some girls to build.

27. Mia’s Camper Van

Mia’s Camper Van

Why we like it: Building this 488 piece LEGO set will help little girls improve on their motor skills and coordination abilities.

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The LEGO Friends Mia’s Camper Van is another big Lego set for girls with a total of 488 pieces. These provide kids with a challenge that stimulates their motor skills and calls upon their coordination. It can also be used with other LEGO sets that help to boost the creative play benefits greatly. They’ve included Stephanie and Mia toy figures, as well as a horse named Aria. This ensures kids can play with more creativity and create different scenarios for the various toys. The construction itself has a canopy that can fold a sleeping space, bathroom, kitchen, and a tent. The roof has an opening and closing feature. It gives kids more options to play with creativity. Liftoff the roof of this cool playset for easy access to the kitchen and bathroom inside, flip open the lid of the upstairs sleeping area, put up the canopy and get to work on the tent with 2 beds inside. There’s also a picnic table, an inflatable dinghy and a friendly horse for endless outdoor adventures. Included are 2 mini-dolls and a horse figure.

Pros

  • It promotes imaginative play.
  • It develops a child’s motor skills.
  • It improves coordination.

Cons

  • Younger kids may need a hand assembling some sections.

28. Heartlake Hospital

Heartlake Hospital

Why we like it: The set provides girls with a good challenge and as a result, their problem solving and motor skills can develop well.

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The Heartlake Hospital is a large building set that features a remarkable 871 pieces, making it one of the biggest Lego sets for girls. This is sure to keep your kids busy for several hours. During the building stage, kids will be fully engrossed and able to focus well. It’s also a great opportunity for girls to develop their motor skills and coordination. With a set so large, they’re also bound to use their problem-solving skills too. They’ve included a nursery, helicopter, helipad, ambulance, crib, bathroom and plenty of accessories. It’s also compatible with other LEGO pieces, an awesome feature that enables children to play with creative freedom. There are endless hours of building and role-playing waiting for your builder at the Heartlake Hospital. Kids can play the doctor, nurse, or patient in this real-world example of a hospital. Children can also create their own stories using the ambulance, helicopter, and three-story hospital model, packed with accessories.

Pros

  • It develops motor skills.
  • It improves coordination.
  • It promotes creative play.

Cons

  • The set isn’t upright.

29. Elves Aira and the Song of the Wind

Elves Aira and the Song of the Wind

Why we like it: This set provides children with plenty of pieces to assemble.

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It keeps them busy and thoroughly engaged for a while. As they’re building the construction, their coordination and motor skills will be given a fantastic chance to improve. When it’s all assembled, kids can play with the 2 doll toys provided. They can use them to explore the island, hiding spots, and to ride the dragon with. There’s a bar airship available that has a super fun shooting function. It’s highly interactive and stimulating for kids to play with. The dragon toy is an awesome way for kids to let their imaginative side run rampant. They can create all kinds of stories and play as creatively as they like. It can be combined with other LEGO sets too. Therefore, kids can explore their imaginative side even more by creating elaborate sets.

Pros

  • An awesome set for imaginative play.
  • It improves coordination.
  • It helps develop motor skills.

Cons

  • The dragon toy design could be improved.

30. Disney’s Frozen Elsa’s Magical Ice Palace

Disney’s Frozen Elsa’s Magical Ice Palace

Why we like it: It comes as a pretty large set with a total of 701 pieces.

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It’s an extensive construction set that’ll give kids more of a challenge. It requires more focus, a great benefit for helping kids develop their attention span. Building the set calls upon kid’s motor skills and coordination to come into play. If they get stuck, their problem-solving skills will also be given a chance to become useful. Included is Elsa, Olaf, Anna, and Snowgie character toys. These can be used within the construction that includes a big palace and enables children to play with tons of imagination. Moreover, the set can be used in combination with other LEGO sets that can enhance the creative playing benefits even more. Builders will love to play with all the models independently or in a group and let their imaginations run wild. The set is a great gift idea for the frozen movie or LEGO fans.

Pros

  • It develops problem-solving and motor skills.
  • It improves coordination.
  • It promotes creative play.

Cons

  • It’s smaller than expected.

The Verdict

LEGO building blocks are an opportunity for little ones to learn deeply. They can enjoy freely with open-ended play that LEGO blocks provides. Kids can just think of ideas for constructing anything and can come up with very imaginative ideas. They can mix colors, build places, rivers or mountains and add doll figure playmates. Lego sets give kids experiences in building, problem-solving skills, and their language and enable them to think creatively.

Moreover, these toys aid kids psychomotor development. The brain controls how the different muscles have the correct tension so that they maintain balance and establish hand-eye coordination. The toys are a great exercise that boosts a kid’s cognitive function while ensuring they have fun. Be certain to pick out the best LEGO set toy for your little princess.