Ice-cream toy playset serves up food-play fun for kids
Serve up a sweet treat for little builders aged 4 and up who love food play with the LEGO® Friends Ice-Cream Truck (41715) toy. It comes with LEGO Friends Andrea and Roxy mini-dolls, plus a cute dog figure. Kids build the cool truck then pretend to be the server making delicious frozen treats or play at hanging out with friends around the seating area.
Perfect gift for kids aged 4 and up
4+ toy playsets are designed to make construction child’s play. Youngsters create this cool truck by assembling the bricks on the sturdy Starter Brick base. The play starts right away since each bag of bricks contains a character and a build. Not that kids will need much help to make their model – this ice-cream playset comes with interactive digital building instructions. The free LEGO Building Instructions app lets builders of any age zoom, rotate and view the model using the special ghost mode for immersive construction fun.
Food toy feeds imaginations – The LEGO® Friends Ice-Cream Truck (41715) serves up hours of role-play fun for boys and girls aged 4+ as they pretend to sell ice creams and hang out with friends
Creative gift packed with features – Comes with LEGO® Friends characters Andrea and Roxy, plus a dog figure and all the bricks needed to construct a colorful ice-cream truck
Authentic details – Kids can pretend to drive the truck around, get different-flavored ice creams or a popsicle from the truck’s freezer, use the cash register or feed the dog a bone
Shop play for kids aged 4 and up – This ice-cream truck makes a great anytime gift for boys and girls who love to play shop or make toy vehicles
Designed for little builders – 4+ toy playsets are easy to build thanks to the included Starter Bricks: a sturdy base onto on which the bricks of this food truck toy are assembled
Ideal size for little hands – Measuring over 4.5 in. (11 cm) high, 5 in. (13 cm) long and 2.5 in. (7 cm) wide, this truck is easy for little h
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.
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