For both boys and girls 6 years of age, there are quite a number of LEGO themes and sets to help them unleash their creativity and harness the power of imagination. Whether a child is a super-hero buff, an imaginative builder or a future mechanic, there are plenty of toys that will allow him or her to make the most out of their own unique brand of “let’s pretend.” 🙂
Our list of the top 10 LEGO sets for 6 year olds is a wonderful compilation of options inspired by all kinds of things, from the Little Mermaid’s undersea palace to Star Wars to Spiderman to classic TV series. Enjoy watching your little ‘uns create these sets and perhaps get inspired to make their own LEGO palaces or empires. These kits provide entertainment on rainy days or any other time…and offer endless different building possibilities! Have fun browsing!
What’s here: This fantastic compilation of the 10 best LEGO sets for 6 year old boys and girls was created by real moms and educators. Numerous types of toys are included in the list to keep your youngin’ stimulated.
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In case you forgot or never knew, advent calendars count down the days until Christmas with 24 days of small gifts. It builds the excitement and anticipation, while giving kiddos something to look forward to. This one is Star Wars themed (and from LEGO), so the gifts are universally awesome.
Same concept as the one above, this advent calendar follows the LEGO Friends theme with two mini dolls, Emma and Naomi. There are 24 surprises, of course, and each one is a buildable part of the LEGO Friends unique world.
Lovin’ the LEGO-shaped storage block for all of the LEGOs after playtime is over. The set itself features start and finish lines, a buildable race track, two mini racecar drivers, and a bunch of racing accessories.
One of my favorite Disney princesses of all time, Ariel plays host of her Undersea Palace. This set comes with mini dolls of Ariel and one of her beautiful sisters. Perhaps Alana? The accessories include everything to build a bountiful palace with a secret grotto, clamshell beds, and secret passages.
Perhaps my favorite on the list. This classic must-have encourages imaginative, pretend play with a large box of colorful LEGO bricks. Other elements include wheels, windows, a few green baseplates, and pairs of eyes. Use imagination to build anything!
Palace Pets is a new thing from Disney that details the lives of princess companions. This set is a buildable Royal Castle with two pets, an adorable kitten and an even cuter raccoon. Includes accessories for a two-story castle, complete with a grand ballroom, music room, and beautiful garden balconette.
This buildable set comes with a mini doll of the web-slinger himself, as well as the Green Goblin and his villainous henchman. Spidey is high-flying in a helicopter, complete with webs. And Goblin launches jack-o-lanterns from the comforts of his hoverboard. Includes a Spiderman-themed hideout wall.
The Juniors LEGO sets are little easier to build with less bricks and more imagination. The Family House includes mini dolls of mom, dad, and daughter, plus an adorable little dog. Other accessories are a small pool and outdoor grill.
This setup is a firefighter suitcase in bright red, with two firefighter mini dolls, an extinguisher helicopter, and a fire-fighting mini bike. Other accessories include a map, town barrier, and water hose. Lovin’ the nifty carry-all suitcase.