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LEGO® DUPLO® Creative Sorter

Age Range

18m - 5y

Price

$19.99

Phone

800-835-4386

Introduction

2012

Types

Construction Toy, Creative Product, Educational Skills, Other, Toy

 

This fun build-and-store bucket introduces children to LEGO® DUPLO® building. Includes an assortment of 23 color-coded basic and rounded bricks, plus 3 corresponding blue, yellow, and red sorting plate lids that double as simple building platforms. Instructions to create a parrot, an elephant, and a giraffe are included. Plate lids inspire sorting fun when it’s time to clean up.

 

Double the size of traditional LEGO bricks on all dimensions, DUPLO bricks offer many ways to creatively play, learn and explore. The collection responds to LEGO System’s ongoing dialogue with American moms who asked for toys that provide preschoolers with multiple play opportunities that deliver hours of productive play and have strong price value. Research indicates that construction play benefits toddlers and preschoolers on multiple dimensions and contributes to every stage of learning. Feedback from parents underscores the value they place on DUPLO play—for nurturing cognitive and motor skills and developing social, emotional, and imaginative skills while also delivering multiple play opportunities and long-term value.

 

LEGO Systems Inc. (LSI) is the Americas division of the LEGO Group, a privately-held firm based in Billund, Denmark, that is the world’s leading manufacturer of construction toys. The company is committed to the development of children's creative and imaginative abilities through high-quality, creatively educational play materials, and its employees are guided by the motto adopted in the 1930s by founder Ole Kirk Christiansen: "Only the best is good enough." In 1955 the company launched the revolutionary “LEGO System of Play” comprised of 28 sets and eight vehicles—essentially the beginning of the contemporary LEGO play experience that children around the world enjoy today. In 1958, the current LEGO stud-and-tube coupling system was patented. The new system makes models much more stable and building combinations endless. This brick is still enjoyed by millions every day.