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'''4 Plus''' or ''4 Juniors'', was a theme introduced in [[2003]]. It was a successor to the {{th|Jack Stone}} theme and, like Jack Stone, featured larger pieces and minifigures than standard themes.
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'''4 Plus''' or '''4 Juniors''', was a theme introduced in [[2003]]. It was a successor to the {{th|Jack Stone}} theme and, like Jack Stone, featured larger pieces and minifigures than standard themes.
   
 
In addition to Jack Stone, it had several subthemes, such as [[City (4 Plus)]], as well as [[Pirates (4 Plus)]] and [[Spider-Man (4 Plus)]]. <br />The theme started in [[2003]] and ended in [[2004]], although one set was released in [[2005]].
 
In addition to Jack Stone, it had several subthemes, such as [[City (4 Plus)]], as well as [[Pirates (4 Plus)]] and [[Spider-Man (4 Plus)]]. <br />The theme started in [[2003]] and ended in [[2004]], although one set was released in [[2005]].

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4 Plus or 4 Juniors, was a theme introduced in 2003. It was a successor to the Jack Stone theme and, like Jack Stone, featured larger pieces and minifigures than standard themes.

In addition to Jack Stone, it had several subthemes, such as City (4 Plus), as well as Pirates (4 Plus) and Spider-Man (4 Plus).
The theme started in 2003 and ended in 2004, although one set was released in 2005.

Background

LEGO 4+ (previously known as 4 Juniors in 2003) was a theme targeted at children of four years old or more. The product range used regular LEGO bricks but came with a different kind of minifigure that was larger then the standard variety, and couldn't be disassembled. The sets tended to have a small number of larger pieces, in order to be easy to put together.

Sets

City

2003
2004

Pirates

2004
2005
Unknown

Spider-Man

2004

See also

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