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    Default I need ideas please!

    Our DS is about to turn seven and we are needing some present inspiration. He loves Lego and it will be our fallback present if we can't think of anything else. He has a new bike, scooter and power wing. We are staying away from electronic devices. Has anyone had personal experience with scale electric at this age? Any other suggestions are appreciated as we are running out of time.

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    My DS1 just turned seven and he got from us and friends/family

    A go-cart, helmet and long sleeved shirt
    Lego
    Build your own Darth Vadar
    A telescope
    Books - Jedi Academy, Captain Underpants, The Famous Five
    Science kit - make your own goo
    Paper aeroplane kit
    Remote controlled car
    Darth Vadar DS holder and two DS games

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    Is he DIY? Perhaps starting with a carpentry project and his own tools (as long as someone is prepared to assist). Or something science related, I like the telescope idea.

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    How about a musical intrument with some lessons (guitar or keyboard).

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    Ispy books

    Remote controlled boats or cars
    Experience gifts like to the monster trucks.

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    trains (from a hobby shop ... the sets n stuff that you build)
    remote controlled cars

    otherwise - I always used activities as a fall back. So a day at the movies, scitech, adventureworld, zoo, wildlife farm etc ....


 

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