To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
Boost your creativity with this wonderfull set. Great value of pices for your money. I have lot's of ideas in my headf what to do with this. The litle pirate is so ccute. Extra vaule is the Lovely hard plastic red lrego case that the bricks come in. Perfect for preeschools and kindergartens. You can learn a lot aobut collors and shapes from theese bricks.
Having kids = an excuse to play with LEGO's again! (Not that it's really stopped me before) Anyways, I've yet to figure out the whole "mission to mars" naming of this set, there's only one "space" related model that I found. It doesn't really matter, they could have simply called this the "red box edition" and it would still be a great addition/starter set to anyone's LEGO collection. The fact that it comes with it's own storage box is nice, and there's plenty of room to store even more kits in this case. It'll save you from needing to find a plastic bucket eventually. The booklet has several fun ideas to get you started, and more than enough pieces to let the imagination run wild! In our house, after we (me, my 9 and 4 yr old) build a model I like to keep the instructions in a Ziploc bag to use again if so chosen, or if one of them gets upset that one was "broken". This set will provide countless hours of quiet imaginative playtime.