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- Order number: 533005
- EAN: 5702015357197
- Manufacturer product ID: 10698
- advice: Watch your step! Not suitable for children under 3 years. Risk of suffocation as small parts may be swallowed or inhaled.
The large brick box from the LEGO® Classic range inspires endless building and play fun as well as the construction of houses, shops and many other buildings.
- Contains a wide range of LEGO® bricks in 33 different colours.
- Includes 8 different types of windows and doors with 8 different frames.
- The special elements also include 2 green base plates of different sizes, 3 pairs of eyes, 6 tyres and 6 rims.
- LEGO® Classic is designed to inspire endless creativity when building with LEGO bricks.
- Special elements encourage particularly imaginative building projects and creative play.
- A multitude of windows and doors opens up completely new possibilities for classic building with LEGO® bricks.
- All models shown can be built from this set at the same time.
- Check out the building instructions that come with the set and LEGO.com/classic for ideas to get you started.
- The set is packed in a practical plastic storage box.
- One green base plate is 16 cm long and 16 cm wide, the other only 12 cm long and 6 cm wide.
Clear the way for endless creativity and imagination
With the LEGO® Classic Large Brick Box, children can discover their creative side. This collection of LEGO® bricks in 33 different colors provides the creative tools for aspiring builders of all ages to create true LEGO® classics. With the many different doors and windows and many special parts, children are busy for hours with all the building possibilities. Usually a small suggestion, such as an underwater adventure or a day at the zoo, is enough to make the ideas bubble up. Or you can use one of the included building ideas to get the ball rolling! In any case, the motto here is: free rein for creativity! Show your child the exciting LEGO® world you loved as a child.
Use all kinds of LEGO® bricks, windows and doors to build all kinds of buildings!
This large box contains classic LEGO® bricks in 33 different colours to make it really crack. Countless different doors and windows as well as other special elements will inspire you to let your imagination run wild. The set also includes building instructions with some ideas to help you get started. This set proves to be the perfect construction kit for ambitious master builders of all ages, who can use it to implement creative building projects and enjoy classic building with LEGO® bricks. The set is packed in a practical plastic storage box and enriches any existing LEGO® collection.
Our Schafi-Service: Instructions for download - for more creativity
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Manufacturer contact: LEGO System A / S, Aastvej 1, 7190 Billund, Denmark
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The imagination is inspired by curiosity and play instinct. The search for explanations, possibilities and how something ordinary becomes the unusual - fantasy and fiction. At the beginning there is usually the dream of something.
Casual play helps children develop their imagination and create the basis for creativity.
Creativity is the gift of inventing ideas and objects that are new, surprising and special. Systematic creativity combines logic and judgment with play and imagination.
Joy is the happiness we experience when we can completely surrender to a challenge, while our abilities are in balance with the demands and we achieve measurable progress. Both the path itself and the destination provide for joy.
Shared activities, exciting adventures, the enthusiasm of children playing, even the realization that we can surprise others with what we do or create, makes us feel joy.
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The name 'LEGO' is composed of the two words "leg godt" in Danish meaning "play well". This is not just our name, we understand that as our ideal.
The LEGO group was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen. Since then, the company has always remained family-owned. Today, Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, grandson of the founder, owner of the LEGO Group.
The company has changed a little over the last nearly 80 years, evolving from a small carpentry shop to a modern, global company, which today is one of the largest toy manufacturers.
The LEGO stone is our most important product. That's why we are proud to have been voted "Toy of the Century" twice. Our products have developed very much over the years, but the foundation is still the traditional LEGO stone.
The stone, as we know it today, was launched in 1958. The unique thing about the stone is the plug-in principle with the tubes in the stone, which opens up endless possibilities for assembling. All you have to do is let your imagination run wild and countless ideas will be realized while playing.
It hides on the dining table behind the pepper mill and comes out whenever you need it. The toothpick cart brings you fresh toothpicks. For your own car, use parts from the LEGO® Classic Large Brick Box Set (10698), download the free LEGO Building Guide, and soon you'll have a friend by your side to brush your teeth. What other useful holder creatures can you build? Use your LEGO bricks to build holders for your cotton swab, toothbrush or toothbrush mug. Embellish your models with eyes or wheels to give them a personality and move them.
Never lose a bracelet, ring or hairpiece of a minifigure again. LEGO® Classic's Royale Ringguard was trained to guard your treasures at any cost. First download the free LEGO® Building Guide and use bricks from the LEGO Classic Set "Big Brick Box" (10698) to build the Royale Ringguard. Then you station the guard in the bathroom, in your room or wherever you need them to guard your treasures. Where do you think lost items end up? Build a lost object detector from your LEGO bricks to track down all your lost items. And when you find something, you put it in the care of the Royal Ringguard so it doesn't get lost again.
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Build a working LEGO® Classic Excavator with the LEGO Classic Set "Large Brick Box" (10698) and free downloadable building instructions. The excavator has sturdy tires and has a typical yellow design - so you'll be constructing great new creations on the construction site. If you, as an architect, could design a new building, what would it look like? What other vehicles would you need besides the excavator to build the new building? Use your LEGO bricks to build more construction vehicles like a bulldozer, dump truck and crane!
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Two-storey pink house
Welcome home! Once you've built the two-story pink LEGO® Classic House with the LEGO Classic Big Brick Box Set (10698), you'll never want to live anywhere else! What do you think the interior of the house looks like? Is all the furniture pink? Are the wallpapers and curtains pink, too? If you could build a house in any color, what would it look like? Would you use only one color or many colors? Let your creativity run wild with your LEGO bricks and challenge your friends to build their own house in a special colour.
Build the LEGO® Classic skyline and hold an entire city in your hand. The stately buildings are built with elements from the LEGO® Classic Set "Large brick box" (10698) - and with the help of the free building instructions for download. After you have built this skyline, you can add more buildings, such as a school or a cinema. What would your perfect city look like? With LEGO bricks, you can build a city full of candy shops and playgrounds - or a city made up solely of racetracks. The possibilities are as endless as your imagination!
Deep blue sky lock
What are clouds made of? In LEGO® Classic's deep blue sky castle, they are made of bricks. But what would YOU make clouds out of if you had a choice? Download the free LEGO Building Guide and get inspired. It also makes it easier for you to assemble your own lock using bricks from the LEGO Classic Large Brick Box Set (10698). What do you think vehicles could drive on clouds? What would a car with wings look like? What happens if you replace the wheels of a bicycle with propellers? Find out - with your LEGO bricks!
Leave all your worries behind and relax with your garden friends in the sunshine! Download the free LEGO® Building Instructions and use bricks from the LEGO Classic Big Brick Box Set (10698) to build this colorful pile. Did you know frogs don't drink water? They can absorb it through their skin. What if you could absorb soda through your skin instead of drinking it? What would you look like? What other animals can you think of that also live in gardens? Use your LEGO bricks to build even more garden friends for your flower, frog and snail.
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Did you know there are more than 5,000 different kinds of frogs? Those are so many frogs! Download the free LEGO® Building Guide and use bricks from the LEGO Classic Big Brick Box Set (10698) to build this frog. When you're done, use the remaining colored stones to build more frogs in different color combinations. How many kinds of frogs can you build? How about you build a frog with stripes or dots? What would he look like?
But make sure that this LEGO® Classic Teddy Bear does not get wet ... Otherwise it will become a raccoon! You can easily rebuild your own version of this cute teddy bear. Just download the free building instruction and use bricks from the LEGO Classic Set "Big Brick Box" (10698). What stuffed animals do you have at home? Once you've built the Teddy Bear, you can use the rest of the LEGO bricks to recreate your other stuffed toys for playing at home or going to bed.
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Paradisiacal palm tree
Where did LEGO® Classic's paradisiacal palm drive across the sea? In a nutshell! Download the free LEGO Building Guide and build your own palm tree for the perfect holiday on balconies with the bricks from the LEGO Classic Big Brick Box Set (10698). What fruit grows on your palm? Coconuts usually grow on palm trees. Your LEGO brick palm, however, can grow whatever you want. Maybe it'll grow candy bars? Or comic books that drop their pages bit by bit - like leaves. Get new ideas and let your imagination run wild to build the craziest fruits for your palm from your LEGO bricks that you can imagine.
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LEGO brick for LEGO® brick, you build the ultimate castle - just right for a king or queen. You can find the free building instruction here! Use the elements from the LEGO Classic Large Brick Box Set (10698) to build your invincible castle. When your castle is finished, you can build the rest of the kingdom and embark on exciting adventures. Don't forget to add a knight and a dragon - and everything else you can imagine. What kind of treasure will you hide within the walls of your castle? A treasure chest or your favorite sweets? Or maybe old issues of LEGO Life Magazine?
Did you know that deer grow new antlers every year? This means that every year you can build a brand new antlers in different colors and shapes for your stag. First you have to build the stag, though. Download the free LEGO® Building Guide and use parts from the LEGO Classic Large Brick Box Set (10698) to build the stag. From other stones you can give him a special antler or build him some friends from the forest. What kind of animal from the forest would you like to be? Build your choice of LEGO bricks and see which animals your friends or siblings choose.
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A picture is worth a thousand words. What great motifs will you capture with your stone camera? Find out! Download the free building instructions and use bricks from the LEGO® Classic Large Brick Box Set (10698) to build the LEGO Classic Camera. What kind of pictures are you gonna take with this camera? Would you rather be a nature photographer or take pictures of your friends and family? Once you've built the camera, you can use your LEGO bricks to build picture frames for photos you have at home.
What do you think of a missing locomotive? You follow in their footsteps! We found some creative, free LEGO® building guides to download. You can start right away. Only the funniest people and the funniest LEGO models are allowed on board the laughing locomotive. What's the funniest thing you can make out of your LEGO bricks? Can you build a banana with sunglasses? Or a house of tires? After using the bricks from the LEGO Classic Sets "Big Brick Box" (10698) and "Medium Brick Box" (10696) to build the smiling locomotive, you can fill it with the funniest models and see how many people you can make laugh!
When you're driving this LEGO® Classic mini moped through the streets, you don't even need a helmet. Download the free building guide and build your own version with the LEGO Classic Set "Big Building Block Box" (10698). Which moped trip would you prefer? A ride in the moonlight on a French coastal road? Or maybe an action-packed jump over the Grand Canyon in the United States? No matter where your adventures take you, your moped will take you safely to your destination.
This long-legged LEGO® Classic stork is quick to assemble. All you need is some elements from the LEGO Classic Set "Large Building Block Box" (10698) and the free building instructions, which you can download here. Did you know that storks like to build huge nests in high places such as trees, cliffs or even telephone poles? What's the highest place you can think of? Do you think a stork has ever tried to build a nest there? If you were a stork, where would you build your nest?
under the tab "Downloads" you can find the extensive instructions for the case that the dog "played" with the instructions, the instructions are somewhere, but not where you would find them - no matter why. Just click and you're done.