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How to Create a Great Legos Star Wars Collection by Mike Schmidt
One of the best selling and most popular toys of all times is Legos. Kids of all ages can easily create great scenes with all the various Legos collections. One of the favorite Lego collections of all are the lego star wars.
Based on the popular movie series, this collection has action figures, space ships and make for a great series to collect. Who wouldn’t want to have Obi Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, the Clone Walker and all the various droids?
When deciding to collect lego star wars, you start by first finding the ones that are appropriate for your age group. These Star War collections begin with sets that work for ages 5-7. The more advance sets are created for ages 9 thru 11 and the very advance (and most expensive sets) are for ages 12 and up. Choosing the ones that are age appropriate insures that you can do them and that you will not be as frustrated when creating them.
When you are starting out with your Star Wars collection, look on the back of the boxes in the store or thoroughly checkout online to determine which collections are available. There are a number of sets that you can get. It might pay to hold onto your first box of lego star wars so that you can keep track of which one you have and which ones you are still hoping to get.
Start out with ones that you can afford. Prices for sets can run from under $10 for small pieces to over $100 for the more advanced and complicated sets with over 1000 pieces in them. Don’t forget that you can make a list of the ones you are looking for and casually mention them to parents and others that might be trying to come up with a gift for a birthday or some other event! Not only do you get something that you want but you’ve also made it easier on them in figuring out what to give.
If you want to get the full collection of lego star wars, you need to not get distracted by all the other collections and sets available! There are so many choices that it’s easy to lose track of your goal. By sticking with this one collection, in a short time period you would soon be able to fight and battle, save planets and rescue Princess Leah just like it was done in the movies!
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