What does your 6year old girl play with ALL the time?
Up to around $25.
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11-11-2014 18:36 #1
6yr old girl birthday present...GO!
11-11-2014 20:47 #2
Smiggle. Smiggle. Smiggle. And more Smiggle. She loves the thick textas, diaries, notebooks, backpacks.
she spends hours drawing, cutting, pasting.
We've given Smiggle to about 5 of her friends for their birthdays this year, they do some good packs for about $25.
If Smiggle is not an option then other diaries, stickers, notebooks, sticky tape (and dispenser), ruler, ream of paper, desk stationery (k-mart have a good range).
My Miss also loves the Billie.B.Brown series of books. They are chapter books for kids who are past basic readers.
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11-11-2014 20:48 #3
My niece loves lego
So much fun because you can help her make it too
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12-11-2014 18:39 #4
Thank you. I'll see if I can get out to our bigger store tomorrow night w/o the kids. Have a few gifts to grab.
12-11-2014 18:51 #5Senior Member
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Hi My little granddaughter who is 6 years old loves Lego and Friends.
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12-11-2014 18:53 #6
Monster high or lalaloopsy Girl
12-11-2014 19:28 #7
I will second the Smiggle pack (or a voucher)
Princess Palace Pets (my DD still LOVES them)
actually - any kind of girl-figurine things ... la la loopsy, my little pony, princess, winx ...
my DD still (at 8) loves teddies of any kind too
stationary and stickers
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12-11-2014 19:39 #8
12-11-2014 19:45 #9
I'm going to say smiggle as well.
We have a smiggle obsessed 6 year old in this house.
12-11-2014 21:56 #10
I only have a ds to compare.. But at 6 we got him a small boom box speaker to play music we downloaded onto an old iPod. He loved it. Would dance and listen to music all day of you let him.
Lego is always a winner. Anything art and craft related. There is a Lego storage system for Pens and pencils that is pretty cool to sit ontop of their desk.
Otherwise maybe a voucher? My ds loves to shop with his own 'money' or gift voucher. It might not seem like a big deal to us, but to a kid having $20 to spend is like all your Christmas's come at once.
Ds got a movie ticket and lolly bar voucher once- he loved it and couldn't wait to use it.
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