Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Playground since June 2013. Very high accuracy
LEGO 45001 Playground was a 104 piece Education set with 6 minifigs released in 2013. The current value for a new and sealed Playground is estimated at $107 with an average yearly gain of about 6%.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

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Sale Trends

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Hailed in tests as most interesting overall novelty by teachers in the USA, the UK and Germany, this new LEGO DUPLO set is ideal for encouraging creative play, imaginative storytelling, and use of language related to shape, color and position. The set, which includes two inbox activity starter cards and a teacher booklet, is also great for exploring people, communities and leisure activities - and the number tiles that are included are useful for early numeracy teaching.

Key Learning Points:
Exploring people and communities.
Investigating social roles, feelings, and behaviors.
Being imaginative through role play and problem solving.
Exploring shape, space, position, and numeracy.
Planning and experimenting with design.
Communicating ideas and experiences and listening to others.
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