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    Default Girls aged 7-10 what toys, games activities do you suggest please . Thank you

    Girls. 6-10 what activities games or toys do u suggest please that they will enjoy during these school holidays please .
    What do your girls 6- 10 most enjoy ?
    Thank you .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoniaParks View Post
    "Parents Need" to understand the hobbies of their children. Ask your girl what she wants and provide the game whatever she likes. If she doesn't like to play and want to play instruments, do drawings, or anything else then allow her to do so.
    Op may be asking for a friend's child or relative that she maybe babysitting over the school holidays.

    Maybe it's for a birthday present.

    Maybe she is looking for something new and exciting for her child that they may not have seen before.

    It's a bit rude to assume a parent doesn't know their kids likes just because the want to know what other kids like.

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    My kids are older now but shopkins are very popular for that age.

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    My girls like -
    Friends Lego
    Minecraft Lego

    Card games like Blink, Go fish, snap etc
    Board games like Trouble,

    Art and Craft - they have a new Spirograph kit, it is a big hit

    DVDs - I bought Zootopia and The Good Dinosaur this week

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    Art and craft...all the time! Both my DDs are learning cross-stitch this holidays.

    They like to roller skate and bike ride.

    Baking

    Video games

    Lego

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    We often go to the shopping centre activities they have available. They're free so that's always a plus. My girls love crafty things but they also like riding bikes and scooters. A trip to the library is always great to get them out. But we also make sure we have a few play dates either going to their friends or having them here. We also catch up on dental appointments, hair cuts etc lol

    I second the baking etc as well!

    My kids love uno as well as other card games. We have Lego as others have said but we also have magnetix. They still love building forts in their rooms and hanging out.
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    thank you for all those wonderful helpful suggestions

    please cananyone tell me more about shopkins

    what they do with them ,

    how popular they are

    how are they different to playing with any plastic food and pretend shopping roleplay

    what would need to be bought to really play with them well
    just the food items or also baskets, fridge, supermarket etc.

    thank you.

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    My 9 year old girls likes:

    Diaries (writing in them)
    Barbies
    Smiggle
    Soft animals and teddies
    Board games and card games
    Arts and crafts

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    my 10 yr old likes a lot of those things

    baking
    arts and crafts of any kind
    outdoor activities like parks, rollerskating, scooter, trampoline etc
    animals. anything to do with animals
    toys - lego/shopkins/my little pony
    movies (even movies at home with popcorn/sleeping bag etc)
    shopping
    library

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    can i ask you please

    WHICH SMIGGLE products do you children like playing with please
    thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by sylvia1111 View Post
    thank you for all those wonderful helpful suggestions

    please cananyone tell me more about shopkins

    what they do with them ,

    how popular they are

    how are they different to playing with any plastic food and pretend shopping roleplay

    what would need to be bought to really play with them well
    just the food items or also baskets, fridge, supermarket etc.

    thank you.


 

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