Lego is a toy that took our house by storm at Christmas, with general building sets, Lego Friend’s, animal set’s and some of my original Lego from the 80’s thrown in, my children instantly took to building with small blocks. I have been amazed at 6 yr old’s Miss M’s ability to whizz through the instruction booklets, building whatever set comes her way with minimal assistance from a grown up.
We were delighted to be sent the Lego High Speed Police Chase (60042) to play with. Miss M was eager to open the box and build the pieces for us. 3yr old Mister B was zooming the motorbikes up and down the roads as Miss M finished off the police car.
Then it was time to create a story, I left it to the children’s imagination to create a scene predominately using the Lego High Speed Police Chase set that we had been sent. They decided that the policeman was daddy (he was at work at the time being a real policeman) and Mister B wanted to be the baddies on the motorbikes. Trying to film them in action was a little challenging with Mister B going a little camera shy but Miss M did her best and here is the result:
Here is my pictorial version of their story:
We had so much fun playing with our High Speed Police Chase from Lego. My children love anything police related as it reminds them of daddy, and Lego is a new favourite toy of theirs. We’d like to thank Carcraft for sending us the Lego and making our weekend more fun. Hope you enjoyed our story too!
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Hahaha…..that’s brilliant, and very well interpreted in text Mummy! 😀
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a lovely story, and great that they put it together themselves.
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That’s great! Looks like they had lots of fun making it too!
Fab! My son loves Lego too.
well done kids 🙂
Great adventure! It really shows how Lego can be used for imaginative play.
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Looks like fun, and I love how you have mixed sets!
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