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Open a door of this super-fun Advent calendar each day in December to discover a LEGO Star Wars themed minifigure, starship, vehicle or other collectible. There's even a foldout playmat featuring images from Jakku, star killer base and deep space for epic Star Wars encounters. This holiday gift is perfect for Rebels, Sith Lords, Scavengers and any other life form, and includes 7 minifigures and a BB-8 figure.
Another fun advent calendar in this great Lego series
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The City Advent Calendar series is the one that I purchase for my own use every year. I am now sharing it with my grandson who is having a lot of fun learning how to put together Legos (though he calls Duplos Big Legos and has been playing with those for several years.)
Lots of great Lego Star Wars vehicles and cool minifigures
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We do all three current Lego advent calendars each year and this year, the Star Wars calendar is one of our favorites. It has lots vehicles and seven minifigures as well as a great Santa BB-8 on a snowboard (it’s always fun to find out which character will be representing the holidays each year.) I especially like the snow-blower and the speeder with the holidays presents.
Super excited to open them up, for my kids of course…
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Got this on sale before the Christmas buying rush. I have young kids that love Legos and even small sets like this. I love that there is something for each day and that each one is stored behind its own little calendar door. I noticed that the numbers are not in order which will give the young kids some number finding experience which is a bonus.
My 8 year LOVES this thus far. We’ve done chocolate advent calendars in the past, but this is one where she purposely gets up crazy early to put together her next trinket. The pictures on the inside of the card stock flap also has been making it easy for the 8year old to assemble. The past two mornings, she’s spent a solid 2+ hours playing with her character and and the new items she opened. This is such a fun twist on advents, and much healthier.
Great, but not easy
This was our first year doing Advent calendars, and this one was a hit with my husband! They pieces fit together well and designs were perfect for our Star Wars family! These kits were much more complicated than the Lego City ones, I’d say good for the average 10yo and up. The one-step directions definitely weren’t sufficient for my son to figure out alone, and one piece even my husband never got right. They have been played with quite a bit already and seem to be holding up well. I love that most are not Christmas focused, so they interchange will with other Lego sets. Definitely a hit!
Best advent calendar we have ever had…by FAR.
This was definitely worth the extra spend. My 10 year old looked forward to opening this every day. Part of the box folds down to create the backdrop for each of the mini-builds. Each day’s treasure was something different that could be placed on the Christmas scene. He was excited to put the items together (they are simple enough for a younger child to assemble – age 4 and up) and would play with the mini-models throughout the day. The whole family got into it and was excited to see what the next day would bring. Highly recommend. (Item paid for 100% by me with my hard earned money.)
Just be sure your child is mature enough to wait to open one door a day!
This is a really cute idea and each of the Lego items was great. Just be aware of your own child – age, etc. My 5-year old grandchild was excited when he saw this but he just couldn’t get into the open one a day until Christmas. He so used to opening and building Legos right away that I finally gave up and just let him open all the doors. So if defeated the purpose I had in my mind. I decided it wasn’t worth “fighting” with a 5-year-old and taking away his excitement. He immediately set up a little Christmas scene on the cardboard “floor” that comes with the set.
Lego Friends Minis for 24 days
We loved the calendar and I will definitely buy a similar product again. The thin cardboard doors have serrated edges to pop open. They can be easily opened without scissors, but I admit that 2 ripped partially. After opening, I actually tore off the doors to go in our family Advent calendar. The back of the door had a picture of the completed instruction of the mini lego creation. Detailed instructions weren’t provided, but they weren’t needed either to assemble to 4-8 lego minis. About 4 days had just an animal or person, but the others had something to put together. Surprisingly Day 25 wasn’t included. He end result was a cute Christmas market/Festival.
Holiday countdown fun
This is our second year with the Star Wars advent calendar and we aren’t disappointed. My son can’t wait for each morning to open a new day. It also takes a little heat off me from him asking about Christmas presents everyday! He loves when he gets mini versions of a Lego figure he already has. And some have a Christmas twist.This year because of the new movie coming out there are new characters and pieces that we have to figure out what they are. But that’s fun too sometimes. So far every person had 2 faces – I think that may be a new Lego thing?
Really fun advent calendar
This is our second year getting one for our son. He loves it! They are quick things to build and he is so excited to see what each day will be. He puts them together before school and loves arranging the new things in the display. I tried to save last year’s set to make again but he found it in July and combined all the pieces with his other legos, so I bought another. Advice to potential buyers: buy early! Like, late summer! The price goes up the closer it gets to December. And you can use any set any year, not just the year it came out. Some old sets are cheaper than the newest, and some are more expensive. Just look around.
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