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    Default Suggestions on what to get a 4 year old boy for Christmas?

    All these christmas threads has got me in the Christmas shopping hunt and the only thing I have left to buy is one good present (no more then $100) for a very simple 4 year old boy he never asks for anything so is very hard to shop for.

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    Default Suggestions on what to get a 4 year old boy for Christmas?

    Does he like pirates Im getting my 4 ds a pirate playset $25 @ Kmart is massive pirAte boat with the skull flags treasure chest captain hook and 3 pirates and a big orange octopus. And I got him a 3 wheel scooter my son like the typical trains, trucks, diggers, dinosaurs and now pirates

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    Default Suggestions on what to get a 4 year old boy for Christmas?

    My son is 4.5 at Christmas this year.

    We are getting him the following:

    - Mario cart race track (set the track, hold trigger and race around the track, he and his dad can race each other lol) it's not a video game it's a real track lol
    - Lego (several different ones) he loves Lego and has just gotten into it
    - Lego storage thing
    - an outfit
    - a kite
    - dvd's
    - spiderman arm band thing and mask
    - batman stuff
    - outdoor sports set.
    - some other things I got on laybuy in July and can't remember lol

    He is very much a boy that loves the outdoors but it's so hot here Nrth Qld) so need things for him to do during the hit periods.

    We spend big at Christmas as I don't buy things all year round. He has asked for several of these things for months.

    So the list may help you with ideas?

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    Sand pit and toys (you can use a blue shell pool as the pit and fill with sand)
    A mini pool
    Train set
    Duplo
    Trike/bike/ scooter
    Water pistol
    Farm animal set
    Puzzles
    Toy cars and garage
    Play kitchen and food
    Fire engine/ helicopter/ police cars
    Dress ups - super heros, fireman, cowboy , pirate etc
    Drawing stuff and coloring books
    Paints and easel
    Trampoline
    Marble race game

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    I'm getting my almost 5 year old a star wars lightsabre .. lol but I'm also getting his brother, and father one too ..

    lego is a BIG winner at that age, as are scooters if he doesn't have one .. skateboards (even a mini one) are popular .. just make sure they have a helmet too ..

    at that age superhero anything tends to be a hit too - so costumes? masks? capes? anything?

    my boys are into skylanders too - and are getting backpacks for school with the skylanders on (bigw had them)

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    Default Suggestions on what to get a 4 year old boy for Christmas?

    Quote Originally Posted by veve View Post
    I'm getting my almost 5 year old a star wars lightsabre .. lol but I'm also getting his brother, and father one too ..

    lego is a BIG winner at that age, as are scooters if he doesn't have one .. skateboards (even a mini one) are popular .. just make sure they have a helmet too ..

    at that age superhero anything tends to be a hit too - so costumes? masks? capes? anything?

    my boys are into skylanders too - and are getting backpacks for school with the skylanders on (bigw had them)
    I wanna get the wall mountable night light sabers!


 

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