LEGO Duplo is taking kids on adventures this summer.
Designed for preschoolers, LEGO Duplo sets include chunky blocks that are easy for little hands to build without an adult’s help. The new additions to LEGO Duplo are taking kids on adventures from camping trips to working on a recycling truck.
The biggest set in the collection is a 3-in-1 Family House ($129.99), which has 218 pieces kids can use to build different styles of houses. Kids can also act out family scenes and spend hours playing with the four figures that come with the set.
Kids can also take their Duplo figures to daycare or the playground with the Dream Playground and Life at the Day-Care Center sets. The 75-piece Dream Playground ($49.99) includes everything a playground needs for fun: a slide, swings, a see-saw, a puppy, and more. The 67-piece Life at the Day-Care Center ($44.99) sets kids up to help take care of other little (LEGO) kids and features mini toys built for Duplo figures, four figures (including one with a wheelchair), and more.
The other sets are smaller, but they take kids to exciting places, including a 19-piece water park, which features floaties, a pool, and other splashy accessories ($39.99); a 16-piece bus stop, which features a bus, a ticket counter, a flower pot, and other accessories ($19.99); or kids could work as a trash collector with the 15-piece recycling truck set, which comes with three recycling bins, a truck, a dog, and a figure ($19.99).
Disney is also getting in on the Duplo action with the 37-piece Camping Adventure set ($49.99), which includes Daisy Duck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie on a trip that features tents, canoes, and sitting around the campfire!
All seven of the new LEGO Duplo sets will be available starting on Aug. 1. Duplo sets are great ways to introduce little ones to the world of LEGO and these sets will bring the LEGO adventure anywhere kids want to go!