LEGO Juniors Jurassic World Pteranodon Escape 10756
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Introduce your child to the excitement of exploring in a LEGO® Juniors/4+ adventure with this 10756 Pteranodon Escape starter set, featuring an Easy to Build helicopter model with a Starter Brick chassis and spinning rotor, small volcano with buildable lava balls and a buildable Pteranodon with movable wings and beak. This cool dinosaur toy also includes a simple guide to build and play to help build confidence in children. Includes 2 minifigures and a Pteranodon figure. Includes 2 minifigures: a tracker and a pilot. Features a helicopter with spinning rotor, string and a Quick Start chassis. Also includes a small outpost, small volcano with lava and 2 buildable lava balls, plus a buildable Pteranodon figure with movable wings and opening beak. Lower the line from the helicopter to rescue the tracker from the lava balls. Swoop down with the Pteranodon and chase the helicopter. Accessory elements include a tranquilizer gun and a walkie-talkie. Includes Easy to Build models with Starter Brick bases, plus a simple guide to get children building and playing quickly.
Item No: 5702016117356
$32.00
Product Description:
Introduce your child to the excitement of exploring in a LEGO® Juniors/4+ adventure with this 10756 Pteranodon Escape starter set, featuring an Easy to Build helicopter model with a Starter Brick chassis and spinning rotor, small volcano with buildable lava balls and a buildable Pteranodon with movable wings and beak. This cool dinosaur toy also includes a simple guide to build and play to help build confidence in children. Includes 2 minifigures and a Pteranodon figure. Includes 2 minifigures: a tracker and a pilot. Features a helicopter with spinning rotor, string and a Quick Start chassis. Also includes a small outpost, small volcano with lava and 2 buildable lava balls, plus a buildable Pteranodon figure with movable wings and opening beak. Lower the line from the helicopter to rescue the tracker from the lava balls. Swoop down with the Pteranodon and chase the helicopter. Accessory elements include a tranquilizer gun and a walkie-talkie. Includes Easy to Build models with Starter Brick bases, plus a simple guide to get children building and playing quickly.
Item No: 5702016117356
Product Description
Introduce your child to the excitement of exploring in a LEGO® Juniors/4+ adventure with this 10756 Pteranodon Escape starter set, featuring an Easy to Build helicopter model with a Starter Brick chassis and spinning rotor, small volcano with buildable lava balls and a buildable Pteranodon with movable wings and beak. This cool dinosaur toy also includes a simple guide to build and play to help build confidence in children. Includes 2 minifigures and a Pteranodon figure. Includes 2 minifigures: a tracker and a pilot. Features a helicopter with spinning rotor, string and a Quick Start chassis. Also includes a small outpost, small volcano with lava and 2 buildable lava balls, plus a buildable Pteranodon figure with movable wings and opening beak. Lower the line from the helicopter to rescue the tracker from the lava balls. Swoop down with the Pteranodon and chase the helicopter. Accessory elements include a tranquilizer gun and a walkie-talkie. Includes Easy to Build models with Starter Brick bases, plus a simple guide to get children building and playing quickly.
Item No: 5702016117356

Features & Benefits

  • Escape Jurassic Island before the Pteranadon attacks!
  • Includes 2 minifigures: a tracker and a pilot.
  • Age Range 4-7
  • Piece Count 84

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Jurassic World
Overall this isn’t a bad set. It’s a Junior build so it’s very simple. The best part is the dino you get which is the same as the one released in 2015. You get 2 basic Jurassic World “workers”. So it’s nice to get a few of those. The chopper is very basic. Nice printed pieces and some basic accessories. Overall this is a decent set. The playability is there but I would definitely use this to add onto another set or two.
April 30, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Jurassic World
Overall this isnâ??t a bad set. Itâ??s a Junior build so itâ??s very simple. The best part is the dino you get which is the same as the one released in 2015. You get 2 basic Jurassic World â??workersâ??. So itâ??s nice to get a few of those. The chopper is very basic. Nice printed pieces and some basic accessories. Overall this is a decent set. The playability is there but I would definitely use this to add onto another set or two.
April 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Pteranodon Escape!
This is a good but not great set.

The highlight of this set is the Pteranodon! It is the same one from the 2015 JW line, so if you missed out on that set, you can get it here!

The minifigs are both generic Jurassic World workers. They are nice to get, but it would have been nice to get a named character for one of them.

The builds are small but pretty effective. The helicopter is comically scaled, but for a juniors set that is aimed for young kids, it does it's job. The 2 small terrain builds are also very small, but they look good and they add enough to help set up different play scenarios. The printed pieces are great, and the lava rocks are a nice touch.

All in all, this isn't a bad set, but it isn't overly interesting relative to the other Jurassic World sets.
April 9, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Jurassic World
Overall this isn’t a bad set. It’s a Junior build so it’s very simple. The best part is the dino you get which is the same as the one released in 2015. You get 2 basic Jurassic World “workers”. So it’s nice to get a few of those. The chopper is very basic. Nice printed pieces and some basic accessories. Overall this is a decent set. The playability is there but I would definitely use this to add onto another set or two.
April 5, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Jurassic World
Overall this isn’t a bad set. It’s a Junior build so it’s very simple. The best part is the dino you get which is the same as the one released in 2015. You get 2 basic Jurassic World “workers”. So it’s nice to get a few of those. The chopper is very basic. Nice printed pieces and some basic accessories. Overall this is a decent set. The playability is there but I would definitely use this to add onto another set or two.
February 23, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Pteranodon Escape!
This is a good but not great set.

The highlight of this set is the Pteranodon! It is the same one from the 2015 JW line, so if you missed out on that set, you can get it here!

The minifigs are both generic Jurassic World workers. They are nice to get, but it would have been nice to get a named character for one of them.

The builds are small but pretty effective. The helicopter is comically scaled, but for a juniors set that is aimed for young kids, it does it's job. The 2 small terrain builds are also very small, but they look good and they add enough to help set up different play scenarios. The printed pieces are great, and the lava rocks are a nice touch.

All in all, this isn't a bad set, but it isn't overly interesting relative to the other Jurassic World sets.
February 23, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Pteranodon Escape!
This is a good but not great set.

The highlight of this set is the Pteranodon! It is the same one from the 2015 JW line, so if you missed out on that set, you can get it here!

The minifigs are both generic Jurassic World workers. They are nice to get, but it would have been nice to get a named character for one of them.

The builds are small but pretty effective. The helicopter is comically scaled, but for a juniors set that is aimed for young kids, it does it's job. The 2 small terrain builds are also very small, but they look good and they add enough to help set up different play scenarios. The printed pieces are great, and the lava rocks are a nice touch.

All in all, this isn't a bad set, but it isn't overly interesting relative to the other Jurassic World sets.
January 2, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO