Let little builders enjoy cool food play on a hot day with LEGO Friends Ice Cream Cart 41389. This ice cream toy set comes with scoops, cones and popsicle tops for creative mix-and-match flavor fun. Kids can buddy up with the LEGO Friends Stephanie mini-doll to help her sell her tasty frozen treats. And this ice cream cart toy's neat enough to pop into a bag for imaginative fun on the go. If your kid likes vehicles they'll fall in love with the cute cart and LEGO moped. The cart unhitches from the scooter for a more dynamic play experience. This LEGO set also helps promote imaginative play as kids decide where Stephanie is zipping off to next. LEGO Friends sets allow youngsters to role-play hanging out with pals and their cute LEGO pets! All LEGO sets come with easy-to-follow printed instructions, but this one also features Instructions PLUS! Using the zoom, rotate and visualize modes on the LEGO Life app, even younger kids will feel like master builders!
LEGO Friends Ice Cream Cart 41389 Building Kit, Featuring LEGO Friends Stephanie Mini-Doll 97 Pieces This LEGO ice cream cart toy 41389 makes a top gift for any kid who loves food play. It will get their creative juices flowing as they imagine making and selling delicious treats or they can role-play the customer This set contains 97 pieces and kids can display the food how they want, with the Stephanie mini-doll serving behind the cart and Dash the dog playing out front! Your little server can play with the vehicles together or separately as the mini ice cream cart unhitches from the LEGO scooter. They can mix and match the toy food to give the customer whatever flavor they desire! Is your little builder ready for an awesome play experience Download the LEGO Life app and help them use Instructions PLUS to see their ice cream set in zoom, rotate and ghost' modes. It's building for the digital age! LEGO toy playsets meet the highest industry standards, plus our own quality criteria, which ensures they are easy for little fingers to pick up, place and pull apart it's been that way since 1958 The LEGO Group tests its bricks and pieces to make sure every building set meets the highest global safety and quality standards