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    Default Present ideas for 5 yo girl?

    DS1 is going to a bday party tomorrow but I have no idea what girls are into (turning 5). Preferably around $20 ish. Thanks!

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    Lego
    Dress up costumes
    Art stuff
    Books

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    Smiggle
    Shopkins
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    Bling go to dollars and sense and get hair accessories dress up jewlery etc!

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    I'm trying to buy my nieces non-gender stereotyped toys, so have thought about getting them:

    * walkie talkies
    * doctors' play kits
    * lego
    * leapband.

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    Any type of craft
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    Thanks everyone plenty of good ideas 😊

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    Kmart shopkins draw on and wash cushion

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    Personally I'd go lego (lego is awesome!!) and it doesn't have to be the 'girly' stuff. Pretty much every kids I've ever known has loved lego.

    Failing that, I'd go for books, art supplies, bath things (novelty shower gels/soaps etc.), puzzles or board games

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    My 5 year old DD is not into Lego (despite me encouraging her - I love it). But she does love crafty things and anything sparkly. Her favourite Christmas pressie was a sequin makeup bag with headbands, necklace, bracelet and lip balm in it.


 

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