If you are looking for a Lego Advent Calendar, today is the day to buy them! I found them on sale for Cyber Monday deals at a couple of ONLINE stores and these are the best prices that I saw for each of these sets. These are not links to the stores, just pictures to help you find a great deal! (I am not an affiliate with these stores.)
#1.) Lego Friends 2022 Advent Calendar #41706 at Walmart.com for $22.39, regular price $34.99.
#2.) Lego Harry Potter 2022 Advent Calendar #76404 at Walmart.com for $28.79, regular price $44.99.
#3.) Lego Star Wars 2022 Advent Calendar #75340 at Walmart.com for $35.99, regular price of $44.99.
#4.) Lego City Advent Calendar #60352 at Walmart.com for $28.00, regular price $34.99.
I found 2 similarly priced sets at Target.com…
#5.) Lego Harry Potter Advent Calendar #76404 at Target.com for $28.79, regular price $35.99.
#6.) Lego Guardians of the Galaxy Advent Calendar at Target.com for $28.79, regular price $35.99.
If you are looking for something small to brighten your kid’s day, how about a little package of Lego? Have you seen the small packages of the minifigures Lego? You may find different colored packages that are from different series. This one is from series 23 and is the one I’ve seen the most recently in stores near us. The price seems to be $4.99 every place I’ve seen them for sale.
These little packages contain 1 minifigure and half the fun is the suspense of wondering which minifigure will be inside your package! For this series, there are 12 different figures available and they all look like fun!
Ok, it’s time to open the package!! Drum rolllllllllll…..! Which one will we get?!
We got the Sugar Fairy! 🙂 Yay! These are the parts included in this bag.
The Sugar Fairy has a two-sided face so you get to decide which one you will see by how you put the figure together.
It was fun putting her together! 🙂 A base for her to stand on was included as well as an extra crown.
Here she is!
Now she can hang out with Butterfly Girl! 😉
No matter which figure is inside your package, it’s bound to bring some smiles and fun!
Yes, really! I was grocery shopping at Walmart and took a slight detour through the toy department and I discovered quite a few Lego sets that have been marked down with clearance prices! That’s always good, right?! So I took some pictures to share with you. 🙂 Note: There are some clearance prices for some Lego sets online too, but the in-store prices seem to be cheaper, for the most part.
LEGO CITY Stuntz sets. Not all the Stuntz sets were marked down so look carefully for which ones are cheaper. Fire Stunt Bike #60311, Demolition Stunt Bike #60297 and Selfie Stunt Bike #360309. $5.00/marked down from $7.97.
LEGO CITY Wildlife Rescue ATV #60300 and LEGO CITY Roadwork Truck #60284. $7.00/marked down from $9.97.
LEGO Friends Magical Caravan #41688. $25.00/marked down from $39.97.
LEGO Friends Olivia’s Electric Car #41443. $9.00/marked down from $12.00.
LEGO Friends Magical Acrobatics #41686. $13.00/marked down from $16.00.
LEGO Friends Pet Clinic #41695. $16.00/marked down from $19.97
LEGO CITY STUNTZ Stunt Competition #60299. $25.00/marked down from $29.97
LEGO STAR WARS Resistance X-Wing #75297 $17.00/marked down from $20.00.
LEGO Friends Forest Horseback Riding Center #41683. $45.00/marked down from $69.97.
LEGO CREATOR Ferris Wheel #31119. $64.00/marked down from $79.97.
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Polyjuice Potion Mistake #76386. $13.00/marked down from $16.00.
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Express #75955. $64.00/marked down from $80.00.
LEGO Disney Jasmine and Mulan’s Adventure #43208. $30.00/marked down from $39.97.
LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck’s Farm #10775. $19.00/marked down from $29.97.
LEGO NINJAGO LEGACY Ultra Sonic Raider #71739. $64.00/marked down from $80.00.
LEGO MINECRAFT DUNGEONS The Jungle Abomination #21176. $30.00/marked down from $39.97.
LEGO MARVEL ETERNALS In Arishem’s shadow #76155. $49.00/marked down from 60.00.
LEGO INFINITY SAGA Avengers: Endgame Final Battle #76192. $54.00/marked down from $70.00.
There were more sets but that’s all I had time for. Remember, your store may have different LEGO sets on clearance than what our store does. Think ahead to birthdays and even Christmas presents! 😉 Happy shopping!
WHEEHAW! National Lego is a day to celebrate! Dust off those Lego sets and start building! 🙂
Lego sets are fun whether they are a big set or a very small set.
While Lego sets may seem to be on the expensive side, when you consider all the time that will be spent playing with them and all the different things that can be made from one set, it turns out not to be as expensive as it might seem at first.
Lego sets make great gifts! Here are some happy smiles from Christmas. 🙂
(Yes, that is a candy cane in his mouth.) Lol 😉
Building Lego is good for relaxation and also for mental stimulation. Did you know Lego even sponsors corporate retreats for adults? Sign me up! 🙂 There are Legoland theme parks (on my bucket list!), a Legoland Discovery Center in Tempe, AZ and lots of Lego retail stores you can visit. There are such things as Lego clothing, backpacks, bags, video games and Lego movies.
It can be fun to collect themed sets of Lego.
And it’s so fun to look forward to new Lego sets each year!
Be sure to check out all the fun at Lego.com! Have a great National Lego Day! 🙂
There is a new Lego set out and I honestly think it must be the cutest set I’ve ever seen! It’s the Year of the Tiger #40491. This set has 193 pieces and is rated for ages 8+. I found it at Walmart for $9.99. Take a look at this:
It is even cuter when you make it!
This is what you’ll see when you open the box. There’s even a printed envelope for storing the extra pieces.
3 bags of Lego pieces and the instruction booklet are included.
You literally start building from the bottom up. 😉 There’s his back legs and part of the body.
He’s got front legs now.
Building on up…
Can you guess what part this is?
If you said his nose and mouth, you are right! 🙂
It’s rather hard to see without eyes, so it’s a good thing they were next!
Now working on his back…
Check out this awesome tail! It’s moveable!
Of course, he needs some ears too! And they also move!
There’s a little platform to put together for him to sit on.
And there you have it! All done!
This set was super fun to build and it’s just so cute! 🙂 I hope you can find one at your local Walmart store (or somewhere else) and have a great time building a new tiger friend!
Are you or your kids into Lego BrickHeadz? Are you looking for one to help decorate for the holiday season? If so, ZOOM over to Walmart.com where you can buy the Lego BrickHeadz Nutcracker for only $5.99! It’s normally $9.99 but if you check the prices of other Lego BrickHeadz listed online at Walmart.com, you’ll see this is a crazy cheap price!
I don’t know how long the sale will last or if they will run out so if you want one, HURRY!!! 🙂
I’ve seen the cute Lego Friends Animal Cubes in the stores but I hadn’t bought one until recently when I found it on sale. These things are cute!! The little characters that come in them are girls so I suppose this toy is meant to be more for girls than boys. If you’ve wondered what all you get in a cube, I’ll show you today what came in the one I have…Stephanie’s Cat Cube.
First let me say, that each cube comes with a surprise animal. The package tells you what kind of animal it is such as a cat, but the color is a surprise until you open the little package inside. When you take the contents out of the cardboard packaging, this is what you’ll see:
The directions for building are included and when you open them up and open up the bag with the building pieces in it, this is what you have:
But you also need to open the cube because there are more things tucked inside of it.
Ready to start building? I think it helps to lay all the pieces out on the table with like colors together.
Let’s put Stephanie together first.
Follow the step-by-step directions to put the Lego pieces together. Oh, let’s open the mystery box and see what our surprise kitten looks like!
I got a tiny pink kitten! Sooo cute! 🙂
There are 2 stickers that go inside your cube and you make some ears that go on the outside of the cube.
Aaaand here we are, all put together and ready to play!
There are a few extra pieces of Lego included (in case some get lost) and there are a few more stickers that you can put wherever you like.
I’ll show you where I put my extra stickers. A couple of them on the top of the cube…
And 5 on the back of the cube. Pretty cute, aren’t they?
When you are done playing and it’s time to put your cube away, you will need to take the “put together” pieces out of the slots they slide into when standing upright. If you lay them inside the cube, you will be able to close the cube with your pieces safely tucked inside.
There are a few more Lego Friends Animal cubes available to buy in stores. (And now I want them all!) The regular price seems to be close to $9.99 but there are a few on sale on Amazon (for a limited time it says!) for $8.00 and $8.50. I saw some on Ebay with higher prices so look for those at least around $10.
When looking for these animal cubes online, I found that there are also other types of the Lego Friends cubes. Such as a fashion cube, a gaming cube, a shopping cube, a soccer cube, a play cube, a swimming cube and likely a few more.
I hope this post will help you learn just what these Lego Friends Cubes are like and perhaps you’ll want to buy some for your favorite girl! (I am not affiliated with any stores that sell these. Just sharing my thoughts!) 🙂
Do you buy the plastic eggs for Easter? Do you use those for your Easter Egg Hunt? Do you have a hard time coming up with things to put inside the plastic eggs? I want to share a few suggestions for you here.
#1.) Candy. A lot of moms and dads want to cut back on the candy their kids get at Easter time but everyone wants a little candy, right? There are lots of kinds of candy that are small enough pieces that they will fit inside an egg. One suggestion is jelly beans. There are many flavors of jelly beans so if you don’t like the first ones you see, keep looking. These jelly beans are actually Sweet Tart flavors.
#2.) Mini Fruit By the Foot. Depending on the size of your plastic eggs…and how much you squish them…these will fit inside an egg. 😉 At least I got them inside our eggs! Lol
#3.) Kid Band-Aids. These are Toy Story ones so, of course, they are cool.
#4.) Stickers. I found some colored Easter egg stickers, but there are a million kinds of stickers out there! We also had kittens and puppies and dinosaurs and Minions and…yep, you got the picture.
#5.) Pom-poms. These are great for making crafts or the larger ones make very soft balls for throwing in the house.
#6.) Pipe Cleaners or Chenille Stems. Yep, just wrap them up in a circle and they’ll fit inside a plastic egg.
#7.) Letter Stickers to spell the child’s name.
#8.) Puzzle pieces. This one is fun because after the Easter Egg Hunt is done, there is a puzzle to put together.
#9.) Loom Bands. Do your kids make bracelets out of these colorful little rubber bands? Hide some in an Easter egg.
#10.) Hair barrettes, clips or pony tail holders.
#11.) Small Lego sets. This is a larger sized egg that this Lego set is pictured with. But how cool would it be to find Lego in an egg?!
I hope these few suggestions help you find things to fill your plastic Easter eggs. There are tons more things you could use, so just spend a little time wandering down the aisles of your local store and I’m betting you’ll find plenty of ideas. 🙂
Are your kids crazy about Lego? It’s super fun to build and it’s good for eye hand coordination, patience, building skills, organization skills and so much more. It’s a great hobby that kids and adults can enjoy. It’s a great activity for spending quality time together. I found a super deal on UniKitty Lego at our local Barnes & Noble store. Little packaged Lego building sets that make 1 UniKitty normally priced at $3.99 were on sale for $1.00 each! The cashier told me that the prices on these are set by each store so check your local Barnes & Noble to see if they have the UniKitty sets for $1.00. Look for a sticker on the display box that says “Cheap! $1”.
Ok, I have to confess…I am a Lego fan myself. I bought one of these cute UniKitty’s back before Christmas, but last week I ended up buying 5 more. Haha! Cheap entertainment, right? Of course, I could say I bought them for my blog… 😉 Let me show you which ones I ended up with out of 6 packages. First is the one I bought before Christmas.
Here’s what one set looks like right from the bag.
In the process of building…
Out of 6 bags, I actually ended up with 3 of this one! Haha! I think I needed someone else to pick the bags for me! 😉
The next one looked like this…
At first, I thought it was mad but then I noticed the little z’s on each side of its mouth and I think it’s just sleeping. Guess how many of this one I ended up with? Two! (See? I really did need some help picking out the right bags!)
So that was my cheap fun for the day! 6 UniKitty Lego sets…the directions are rather sparse but you can look at the enclosed paper and see how to put them together. So if you are around a Barnes & Noble store and your kids (or you!) like Lego, you might want to pop in and see if they have this great sale too!