Build Skills and Explore Creativity with this LEGO Creator 3in1 set! | Kids Review

Back at it again, LEGO® Creator 3in1 fans will love this Townhouse Toy Store (31105) set. 

Our Junior Toy Analyst Emma went on her biggest mission yet – taking on a multi-level build with LEGO. Check out what Emma and her mum thought below ⬇️

Meet Emma, our Junior Toy Analyst

EmmaAge: 12 years old

Favourite colour: Rose Gold

Favourite food: Hot chips and chocolate

Favourite toy: Anything LOL

Emma is a 12-year old intrepid traveler who loves having adventures with her family and making up fun games to play with her friends. Her favourite toys are LOL’s and she loves giving forever homes to the FurReal Friends range. She enjoys using her imagination to play with miniature toys and has a big heart for animals of the real and toy variety.

About the LEGO Creator 3in1 Townhouse Toy Store

The LEGO Creator 3in1 sets give kids a chance to hone their building skills while playing imaginatively in their own home.

Families can all get in on the fun with this 2-level townhouse that includes an apartment upstairs and a toy store downstairs, plus a working rocket ride. The toys offer endless building and play opportunities while helping to spark creativity in children of all ages. These impressive, inspirational kits make great gifts for fans and kids for any occasion and offer hours of battery-free fun that boost a child’s independent play and problem-solving skills.

What did Emma and her family think?

Emma was elated when she saw the LEGO Creator 3in1 set for the first time – her mum couldn’t even stop her from ripping into the box! Emma has always been a huge LEGO fan but has never played with the 3in1 sets before and her excitement grew tenfold when she realised she could play multiple ways with this set. 

Her mum loved that she was able to build the townhouse unassisted and noted that she also found it easy to follow the instructions – meaning mum had more time to get a few things done while she played.

They quickly discovered that the LEGO 3in1 sets could build three different models, all of which had the same amazing detail and offered up an equal space to play creatively.

The first thing Emma attempted to make was the 2-level townhouse which featured an upstairs apartment and a signature LEGO toy store on the ground floor. Emma particularly loved the little added pieces such as the gum ball machine outside the store, the LEGO boxes (just like she’d seen in a real store!), a working space-ship ride and a LEGO employee shirt – no details have been spared! The set also comes with two minifigures that can be positioned either outside or inside depending on how they want to play. Her mum loved listening to her “ooh and ahh” over all the detail and found herself becoming a pseudo building inspector when she was called over to examine every part that she built. 

The versatility of the set also extends itself to a beautiful florist with a skylight and a fun little cake shop. For those with a wild imagination, there is also scope to build something completely different – meaning there is something for everyone in this set. 

Emma also experimented with other LEGO creations and grabbed a few of her favourites from her own LEGO collection to add to the fun. One of her favourite things about this set is that it can easily slot into some of her others allowing her to play and explore in a new way every time.

They both give this a big thumbs up and recommend adding it to any Christmas or birthday wish lists – Emma’s already got a jump start on that!

The toy in this review was provided to Kidspot by The Warehouse.

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