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    My 7 year old dd a d 5 year old ds2 love them. They play with them together for ages. Sometimes when we do the shopping we'll buy them a 3 pack from Coles and they get so excited.
    Even my intellectually disabled 11 year old ds1 enjoys holding them and looking at them.
    I enjoy seeing which ones they get too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    My DS has the boy version, trash packs. Uses them as little people they have names and cars etc. I seriously have no idea why he loves them so much.
    does Shopkins have a boy version called trash packs ?
    How can I find those pls . Do they have certain groups of shapes ?
    So would kids 2-8 be the tages that enjoy Shopkins or more the 2-5 yr olds ?

    I've found all the info all if u posted re shopkins so helpful
    thank you
    I'll look at the you tube videos

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylvia1111 View Post
    does Shopkins have a boy version called trash packs ?
    We would just buy trash packs at woolies, kmart etc. Kmart have play things too for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylvia1111 View Post
    does Shopkins have a boy version called trash packs ?
    How can I find those pls . Do they have certain groups of shapes ?
    So would kids 2-8 be the tages that enjoy Shopkins or more the 2-5 yr olds ?

    I've found all the info all if u posted re shopkins so helpful
    thank you
    I'll look at the you tube videos
    Just saw this after your pm. DS is 9. They are trash packs. But quite hard to find now as they hit the market about 4/5 yrs ago. I got them orginally from Kmart but they don't sell them anymore I also got some off eBay for a bargain as a child in qld sold off his collection. I just put it all in the dishwasher and washed them. They are made by moose toys whose head office is in Melb

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    They are popular here, dd knows all their names, they are pretty cute. I find them quite expensive but she seems to keep going back to play with them


 

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