A blank canvas for kids creativity!
Set the scene for open-ended creative play with the LEGO® Classic Green Baseplate (11023). Measuring over 9.5 in. (25cm) square, this green toy-building base gives kids a spacious 32x32-stud LEGO landscape on which to build, play and display.
Made for kids with big imaginations
Inspire LEGO builders with a dazzling array of building possibilities – from gardens and forests to alien landscapes. This quality baseplate has enough grip to hold LEGO building bricks at any angle, even upside down! And when the building stops, the firm grip gives kids a collapse-free way to transport and display their creations.
Building kids’ creativity
LEGO Classic sets put self-expression and open-ended play into kids’ hands. And as they build, create and imagine, their free-thinking and problem-solving skills keep on growing.
A foundation for creative play – This 32x32-stud baseplate provides an open landscape for all kinds of LEGO® creations
Sturdy and durable – 1,024 aligned studs provide builders with a firm and durable grip for their LEGO® building bricks
An open-ended world of creative possibilities – From gardens and forests to alien landscapes, kids can build whatever they imagine
A gift for all occasions – The LEGO® Classic Green Baseplate (11023) can be given as a birthday, holiday or any-other-day gift for kids aged 4 and up
Designed for creative play – Measures over 9.5 in. (25cm) square, so there’s plenty of room for kids’ building projects and displays
Battery-free item – Powered by kids’ imaginations
No instructions required – The baseplate enables hours of imaginative play from the moment it’s removed from the box
Kids learn as they play – LEGO® Classic sets are designed to boost kids’ physical and creative-thinking skills
A focus on quality – LEGO® sets meet stringent industry standards, making them consistent, compatible and fun to build with
Putting safety in focus – LEGO® Classic toy playsets are rigorously tested to ensure tha
Christchurch Brick Shop is a family run business based in Christchurch, New Zealand. The store was founded in 2007, and in 2022 Hayley and Hayden took over running it. For the past fourteen years, they have had another unrelated business (a translation company), and prior to that, before the earthquakes, had the Cathedral Café (the cafe attached to the Christ Church Cathedral) and a successful Subway store.
With three teenagers, they are no strangers to the joy of LEGO as it has been a staple Christmas present in their home for many years, with anything Harry Potter always a firm favourite. The whole family is currently working on the Eiffel Tower together.
They source collectable and out of production LEGO sets from all over the world, leveraging the expertise of LEGO and e-commerce to bring these to their customers.