The great thing about Lego Tape is all the little pieces. They make it more fun and challenging to put together. The downside of LEGOs is also the little pieces.
It makes sure they stay with the set they belong with and not lost somewhere in your house. Storage containers can restore your LEGO sanity. My son is only five years old and he already has dozens of LEGO sets with no end in sight. For Christmas he got one of the LEGO Atlantis kits. He also received two gift cards which he used to buy three sets of a new line called Pharaoh’s Quest. As parents, we’ve learned that each product requires its own storage container if there is any hope of keeping together. Don’t get me wrong; we love LEGO. They keep kids occupied in way that makes me happy better than video games or watching television.
Best to way for kids to spend time:
Children spend hours putting the blocks together, taking them apart and putting them back together again. However, when he tries to play with them, pieces get dropped here and there all around the house. It is a fact of life that LEGO creations will fall apart when you try to use them. So we encourage him to pick up pieces as he goes along. Then we will inventory the blocks of each kit based on the instruction guide. Then we put them away in individual storage containers. Kids have quite a few of the LEGO Star Wars series and hopes, of course, to get them all. Kids have number of LEGO Indiana Jones series, and different LEGO Pirate series, and many more Creator and miscellaneous kits. We use clear plastic bins with lids to store the pieces of each set along with its instruction guide.
How to use storage container?
We don’t save the original boxes but we do cut out the product name and tape it on storage containers. So we know what it contains. We try to keep them organized by series which will become easier. As kids gets older and knows how to sort in this way too. The important thing is that with this storage system. They can find what he needs when he is ready to put set together and know that blocks are there. LEGO minifigures are among the most popular and well-known toys in the world. Not only do most LEGO sets come with at least one figure that can interact with playset you’re to build. The company has also been selling unique assortments of them in small blindly packed bags. After this concept was introduced, the entire idea of the minifigure exploded in popularity.
With many toy collectors hopping on board to see which figures they could get their hands on. After several years the series is still going strong, and minifigures that are exclusive to larger sets also remain as a major selling point. You must have to get Lego Tapes for your kid.