Universal Products & Experiences
are teaming up for LEGO sets based on
preschool series, “Gabby’s Dollhouse.” Four new sets are available for pre-order now and launching August 1.
The series encourages a “growth mindset,” modelling flexible thinking, confidence and celebrating your mistakes, true to Gabby’s catchphrases, “I haven’t figured that out YET,” and “I failed fantastically!” The LEGO sets offer children a unique role-playing opportunity that encourages imaginative play and creative problem-solving. By facing challenges, Gabby’s can-do spirit shows ways for kids to feel empowered through resilience and finding creative solutions through teamwork, even if things don’t work out at first. The aspirational series shares the LEGO brand values of creativity, fun and imagination as well as the company’s vision to be a global force for learning through play.
“I’m excited that we’re bringing the world of ‘Gabby’s Dollhouse’ to life in brick form,”
The Kitty Fairy’s Garden Party playset.
“We’re thrilled to extend our partnership with the LEGO Group to include DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Gabby’s Dollhouse,’” says Joe Lawandus, senior vice president, general manager, global toys and hardlines, Universal Products & Experiences. “’Gabby’s Dollhouse’ delivers what kids love best – unboxing surprises, miniature worlds and adorable cat characters – and the LEGO sets inspire them to play along with the show at home by creating, designing and building from their imagination while encouraging flexible thinking and problem solving, just like Gabby does in the series.”
The four new LEGO sets include a buildable “Gabby’s Dollhouse” featuring eight colorful rooms and a sliding cat-a-vator; a Bakey with Cakey Fun playset with a kitchen and giant cupcake; Gabby and MerCat’s Ship and Spa and Kitty Fairy’s Garden Party with a treehouse, garden with flowers and more.
Sets are available for pre-order through
and selected retailers, including Amazon.
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