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    Hi all,

    I need some ideas please for a Christmas present for an 18 month old in the $20ish price range.

    Thanks heaps

    and just so I'm giving something back this robot kit looks awesome for a 5+ year old

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    Some crayons/coloured pencils and a big pad of paper for drawing?

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    My 18mth old loves all the Fisher Price Little People stuff, and you can get a tube of 3 figures for about $10 in that range.

    Books with lift up flaps are a big hit too.

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    Interactive book (so touch and feel lift the flap etc) and art things are usually a huge hit, stay away from textas and get the wider crayons/ pencils it's better for development

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    Art stuff sounds like a great idea.

    Thanks guys.

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    Duplo!

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    Agree with the crayons and pad, or Little People. My 19 month old loves both!

    We also got DS a Magna Doodle and he loves it. I think we only paid $15 from Big W. We take it with us when we go out for dinner to entertain him.

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    little people or mega blocks are a fave here with my 16month old

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    Ikea train set if they like wheels, or tea set.


 

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