LEGO Juniors Mia's Vet Clinic Review (LEGO)

LEGO Juniors Mia's Vet Clinic
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What It Is

Kids can help save the animals when they build a vet clinic with the LEGO Juniors Mia's Vet Clinic construction set. This set, model number 10728, comes with 173 pieces for building a vet clinic with rabbit house, an ambulance, and a doctor's cart with rolling wheels. Plus, there are lots of animal figures for kids to care for: a rabbit, a baby rabbit, a hedgehog, a turtle, and a cat. The set also includes Mia and Olivia mini-doll figures, complete with lots of vet accessories for them to wear and hold, such as a stethoscope, an otoscope, a thermometer, feeding bottles, a medicine spoon, a clipboard and pen, an ice pack, a syringe, and a carrot.

Open the back of the ambulance so a sick animal can ride to the vet clinic. Inside the vet clinic, you'll find space for storing all the doctor tools, a table for examining the animal patients, and a sink, plus outdoor play spaces for the animals, including a kitty scratch post area for the cat.

Is It Fun?

For kids who have graduated from playing with LEGO Duplo toys but aren't quite ready for regular LEGO sets, the LEGO Juniors line is ideal. And with this set's LEGO Friends theme, it brings the fun of LEGO Friends to a younger audience, allowing them to build and play just like the older kids but in an easier way. Kids who are interested in animals and want to be a vet when they grow up will like roleplaying that future career through the nurturing animal play with this construction set. It has a lot of fun detail to inspire all sorts of animal rescue stories or whatever stories kids want to imagine.

Who It’s For
The LEGO Juniors Mia's Vet Clinic is for ages 4–7. This brings the fun of the LEGO Friends line of construction sets to a younger audience through an easier-to-build set that still packs a lot of imaginative play. Because of its animal theme, it will also appeal to kids who like animals and who want to be a veterinarian when they grow up.
What To Be Aware Of
It took us 15 minutes to put together this set, and the instructions were easy to follow. Depending on your building skill level, it might take you a little longer to complete the building process, but that's all part of the fun of LEGO!
AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy