For over 50 years, LEGO toys have engaged kids in creative play, encouraging them to imagine, invent and explore.
If your daughter is a LEGO fan, celebrate her birthday with the Best LEGO Party. Infuse the festivities with Girl Power! Feature female mini-figs in the invitations, decorations and party favors.
Take a peek at some of our favorites.
The farmer wakes up every morning with a big grin on her face. She loves the country life, even when she’s mucking out the stable.
The zoo keeper tends to the health and well-being of all of the animals in the Primate House.
At the police station, the officer reads the shift reports, then strides purposefully to her car.
The attorney packs up her briefcase and prepares to meet a new client.
The justices* pause for a moment on the steps of the courthouse, enjoying the view of the promenade. They return to chambers, ready to consider the merits of the cases before them.
At the medical center, the doctor sees patients in the Urgent Care department, while the surgeon studies X-rays prior to a procedure.
At the Research Institute*, the chemist wears goggles while conducting experiments in the laboratory. Safety first!
The paleontologist unlocks the mystery of dinosaurs with a microscope and magnifying glass,
and the astronomer uses a powerful telescope to explore the universe.
The Institute videoconferences with colleagues on Science Adventures*, gathering data out in the field. The geologist wields a rock hammer to uncover intriguing mineral deposits.
Kneeling behind jungle vegetation, the wildlife biologist observes a tiger.
The archaeologist examines bones and artifacts for clues about an ancient civilization.
Meanwhile, back in LEGO City, the tennis player serves up a sizzling ace. The swimming champ displays little emotion while accepting a medal. (On the inside, she’s dancing with joy.)
The bank manager welcomes customers to the branch. The librarian selects a book to read during Children’s Story Time. Is the “Shhh!” on her coffee mug a joke or a warning? Outside the library, the skateboarder noisily ollies, flips and grinds across the urban landscape. And it’s impossible to shush the construction worker. She’s got a jack hammer and she’s ready to rumble!
The Research Institute began as a project submitted by geochemist Ellen Kooijman (also known as Alatariel) to LEGO Ideas, a fan-sourced platform. Alatariel called her project the “Female Minifigure Set” and the LEGO Ideas community embraced it. The prototype is shown here.
After attracting the required 10,000 supporters, the project was approved for production, released as a limited edition item under the “Research Institute” name, and quickly sold out.
Alatariel’s new project, Science Adventures, has already garnered 10,000 supporters and is now being considered by the LEGO Review Board. Updated information on the Science Adventures project is available here.
Maia Weinstock created the Legal Justice Team. To support, share or learn more about the Legal Justice Team project, click here.
We close with a quote from Wyldstyle — a message for your very own Special Birthday Girl —
"The prophecy states that you are the most important, most talented, most interesting and most extraordinary person in the universe. That’s you, right?"