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    Default 7 year old boy b'day present ideas..

    Can anyone swing me any? DS's b'day is in a few weeks and I seriously have no idea what to get him. He's not really into anything particular. His pretty much well and truely past the toy stage, hates sports, already has a computer, ipad, DS, etc... no need for more technology.
    I was thinking maybe a craft set as he enjoys that kind of stuff, but what else?

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    Science kits? You can get little grow your own crystals, build a robot etc.

    I've seen them at big w, the post office etc

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    Science kit, magic tricks kit, Lego (Starwars or Lego movie), experience - Zoo trip, aquarium etc... Telescope, model aeroplane / dino skeleton to make.

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    If he likes science he may like something from the Australian Geographic story eg. Telescope, microscope
    Aquarium pass

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    Thanks guys. They are some good ideas I hadn't thought of.

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    Speaking from experience, you might live to regret a magic kit as it resulted in non-stop magic tricks being performed. He loved it though. 😊

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    An special outing, for example a lunch date and take him shopping to pick his own present.

    Or perhaps a season pass somewhere he like to go.

    Or a bedroom makeover

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    yeah, I am well over the magic tricks

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    Lego, books, a favourite movie on DVD.

    Or what about an experience instead? Like a trip to the zoo or theme park/attraction that's nearby?

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    Definitely Lego!

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