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  • #8485
     Rick Lindeman 
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    So my kids are now growing out of lego (well can you ever), and I want to convert their lego in useful LSP-sets,- inspired by the articles on this site..

    so I’m thinking about…
    Per set..

    2 figurines
    2 hats
    about 50 random lego blocks
    few duplo blocks
    2 longer connecting elements.
    some more technical elements (from cranes etc)
    some transparent elements (windows)
    a number of flat elements..
    flag
    wheel / propellor

    So its a bit more than the exploration set
    bag consists of 49 pieces: a minifigure, a flag post, a ladder, two flowers, a wheel, a propeller, a horizontal and a vertical brick with rotor snap, several small bricks and plates. S

    I think i can make about 6/7 of these sets using what i have..

    what would be missing?

    #8484
     Rick Lindeman 
    Participant

    So my kids are now growing out of lego (well can you ever), and I want to convert their lego in useful LSP-sets,- inspired by the articles on this site..

    so I’m thinking about…
    Per set..

    2 figurines
    2 hats
    about 50 random lego blocks
    few duplo blocks
    2 longer connecting elements.
    some more technical elements (from cranes etc)
    some transparent elements (windows)
    a number of flat elements..

    I think i can make about 6/7 of these sets using what i have..

    what would be missing?

    #8491
     Karen Lynch 
    Participant

    Don’t forget moving parts. Wheels, propellers and hinges are important to add.

    K

    #8492
     Rick Lindeman 
    Participant

    Thanks, i won’t.. saw some nice cheap boxes at the axio, so almost set..;)

    http://www.action.nl/schoonmaken-huishoudelijk/bewaren-weggooien/hobby-gereedschapskist-29x16x14cm-div-kleuren

    #8496
     Emiel 
    Participant

    Hey Rick,

    For storage my advice would be to take boxes with clips on the side so the lids won’t come off while shaking the bags with boxes around. Or just dropping one by accident.

    One thing to keep in mind while assembling the sets from the LEGO is that ideally the starting conditions for each participant at the table should be the same. This basically means every set should be the same to avoid any possible discomfort during the session.

    Good luck!

    Emiel

    #8498
     Rick Lindeman 
    Participant

    Thannks all for tips, in the end i made four, consisting of at least 50 blocks, 3 figurines, 1 lego friends figurine, 1 big animal, 1 fabuland (30 years old) anthropomorphic animal, 1 helicoptinglike thing, wheels, 1 plant..
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