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This LEGO set is interesting in that I found it distinct from other sets we've built recently. The age recommendation is 4+, and I think it would fit well into the LEGO Juniors line, of simpler builds. That makes sense given the Toy Story 4 theme is probably aimed at younger audiences. None of this is meant as a complaint, but I'm a big believer in knowing what you are buying and getting the right product for your audience. My 4-year-old son loved this set, even without having seen Toy Story 4 (or any Toy Story movie for that matter). While more complex and with smaller pieces than a Duplo, this set while 177 pieces, featured a number of smaller items to build that can be played with together. I thought this was positive, as it encouraged imaginative play. My son particularly loved the Dinosaur and alien that are part of the set. Because of this, it did take less time to build, but he ended up playing with it afterwards for longer.
I was EXTREMELY excited to hear about a new wave of Toy Story LEGOs. When I saw the sets, I was admittedly disappointed. The Toy Story sets that were released after Toy Story 3 were fun, complicated, large, and imaginative. This set, and the rest in the wave, are targeted at the 4+ age group. I would greatly like to see more Toy Story sets, but in FULL SIZE Lego sets.
These construction sets will be fun and easy for kids to build. We like the amount of detail and action in each of these sets that allow young fans to recreate favorite scenes from the movie or imagine their own stories.