By DH Vancouver Staff, DH Vancouver StaffMar 13, 2013 7:39 am
With March Break around the corner, go for the creative and often brain-teasing ways to keep the little ones entertained with Lego. The iconic building toys are no longer the way I remember them as the coloured blocks you use your imagination to build anything your heart desires, they’re now more sophisticated and themed than ever before. Don’t get me wrong, you can still build any which way you’d like with whatever pieces made by Lego, but with sets being offered in Spider-man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and much more, they’ve become more than just blocks.
Thanks to our friends at Future Shop who are now selling Lego on www.futureshop.ca, we’re thrilled to offer one lucky reader the opportunity to win building sets of the following to keep the kids entertained this March break:
LEGO Super Heroes: Spider-man Spider-cycle Chase (6024705)
Venom has taken hold of Nick Fury’s S.H.I.E.L.D. flying car and is making a super-fast getaway. But here comes Spider-man in his suped-up Spider-Cycle to save the day.
Building set features 237 pieces, including Spider-man, Venom and Nick Fury characters.
Ages 6 to 12.
Available at Futureshop.ca for $24.99.
LEGO City: Fire Emergency (60003)
An abandoned house on fire needs your help. The house include retractable flames, a trash bin and even a streetlight.
Also includes three firefighters with assorted accessories, like smoke diver gear, axe and saw to douse the flames.
Fire truck is extendable, complete with rotating ladder and retractable hose with water element.
Turn the knob to put out the flames.
This set is part of LEGO’s City line – other city scenes available to complete the city.