Price bracket up to $100, but depending on gift may only end up being lower. Can be a combination of things.
Either an experience or material thing.
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01-10-2015 12:02 #1
Gift for 4 year old girl?
01-10-2015 12:42 #2
A bracelet? Depending on how close you are, you could get a Pandora and add a charm every year? I got an adult one for DD when she was born and have chosen a charm based on her current age and interests for her birthday every year. But I not giving it to her until she's 16 or 18. Can't decide! One of he significant birthdays anyway and I hope she loves it.
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01-10-2015 12:52 #3
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01-10-2015 13:25 #4
A doll like lalaloopsie or baby alive or baby born.
A toy laptop.
A battery operated toy motorbike she can ride
A CD player and a couple of cd's
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01-10-2015 13:42 #5Senior Member
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My 4 yo DD loves jewellery.
Also dress ups (anything princess/fairy) or you could get a doll and doll pram. She also loved a trip to the movies this year so you could get tickets and a voucher for popcorn/icecream
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01-10-2015 18:07 #6
Dress ups as pp suggested
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01-10-2015 19:11 #7
What does she like? Reading? Music? Sports? Craft? Gardening? Building? Dressing up?
Do you know how her parents feel about gifts that take up lots of space?
How well does she look after her belongings?
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01-10-2015 22:30 #8
Our 4 year old loves barbie atm, dress ups and shopkins
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02-10-2015 03:51 #9
Our almost 4yo DD loves:
Lego kits (age specific)
Headphones for iPad or iPod
Garden tools for kids (Aldi were selling them recently)
Indoor cubby (idea sell kids indoor tents)
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02-10-2015 07:21 #10
Gift for 4 year old girl?
Some pink (or any colour you choose) converse sneakers (my 3yo cousin LOVED hers)
Peter Alexander PJs. They often have licensed ones. Their current range is The Lion King. In the past they've had Harry Potter, Barbie, Sesame St, Toy Story, Star Wars, Frozen. Otherwise just the normal PA ones are cute too.
Second the movie ticket. I'd much rather DO something with my young cousins rather than buy them something. In saying that, they're interstate so makes it hard!
You could take her for a girls day out. Manicure/pedicure, shopping, out to lunch, ice cream etc.
Tickets to shows for kids. I've bought Wiggles concert tickets, Play School live tickets. QPAC in Brisbane often has kids shows too. They're currently showing The Gruffalos Child.
Day out to the Sciencecentre, again with lunch, ice cream etc. I did this with 2 cousins and I threw in a trip on the city cats for fun too.
Is there a fairy shop near you? If she's in to fairys you could buy her some dress up things. You can even buy actual fairy doors that get attached to the skirting board/wall. Little girls I know who have had them LOVED them.
Gardening kit. As PP mentioned you could get some tools. You could also get a little pot and seeds to actually grow something. Bunnings often have strawberry plant kits, but there's also tomato, mushrooms etc you can buy as well.
Books. Things like the complete collection of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie. It's something then that she can keep forever and pass on to her own kids. But then there's always loads of books for kids out there. I love giving books (except when I have to post them).
A suitcase (if they travel a bit). I found this awesome Paddington Bear suitcase I want to buy for my nephew, but it's a bit tricky to get to him. You could then put other things in it if you wanted to.
Clothes. When all else fails, I buy clothes. There are so many beautiful girls clothes out there. A nice little outfit goes a long way and if you buy a size up, she'll get more wear out of it
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