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    My DD is 6 and is into Frozen, Beany Boos, Shopkins Minecraft and Terraria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    I was going to say smiggle too. My ds's friends are really into those craftkift / diy things too. Like the crayola creations or diy bagel making kits.
    Our neighbour got a perfume lot which she loves and also a crayola marker maker do you can mix your own texta colors in like a science lab looking thing. It's a parent help activity but pretty simple and fun.
    I just re read my post.. A diy bagel making kit??? Lmao !!
    I meant BANGLE.
    *face palm*

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    I just re read my post.. A diy bagel making kit??? Lmao !!
    I meant BANGLE.
    *face palm*
    Haha! I just read that and thought bagel making kit, hmmm that's unusual.

    I was going to add Fancy Nancy books. I'm pretty sure that's what they're called, everyone keeps telling me they're awesome.

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    I'd say if you don't know, go for more generic stuff like puzzles, craft supplies, science kits, board games, outdoor stuff (sports equipment, interesting bubble blowers). A lot of toys/playsets are just going to get ignored or thrown out if the kid doesn't like those particular characters/that particular toy, but games/craft etc. tend to engage most kids.

    Good luck


 

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