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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    My DS has the boy version, trash packs. Uses them as little people they have names and cars etc. I seriously have no idea why he loves them so much.
    Oh yes, my oldest loves them. In fact, my daughter played with them too and I'm pretty sure that's why she got so easily hooked on the Shopkins.

    Honestly, there are far worse things for kids to be "hooked" on. We have to travel for shopping so will often let the kids pick a toy each if they behave on the long drive. $6 for a pack of Shopkins is much better than the $15 My Little Pony things she used to beg for haha.

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    Would they be a good birthday gift for a three year old? Thinking about getting them for my DD. Costco do a pack I believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Would they be a good birthday gift for a three year old? Thinking about getting them for my DD. Costco do a pack I believe
    Yes, absolutely! My 3 year old would personally recommend it

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    My bestie's 6yo loves Shopkins. She got my 3yo into them and neither my bestie or I have any idea what they really are but the girls love them haha. They just play with them like any other doll/character.

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    my 10 yr old still loves them

    she draws them, plays with them, makes up stories, does videos (and edits the video) ...

    its all about imagination play

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    My daughters have them, they are 9 and 11. They went through a big shopkin stage. They made their own shopkin videos (haha so lame but funny)...they are little plastic grocery items that the kids still have to use their imaginations with. Then they will just be another thing that your daughter won't play with after a while lol. Mr Shopkins although, would be laughing, rolling in his money!!

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    I can see why kids like them - I would have gone bananas over this kind of thing when I was a child!

    I've suggested them to my 5 year old DS but he hasn't shown much interest. Maybe I should buy some, then I can play with them myself

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    DS is currently obsessed with a particular shopkin called Clicky Mouse which is a little blue computer mouse that, wait for it, glows in the dark.
    He sleeps with it but we had to put it in a plastic container because the first night he lost it and all hell broke loose!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    DS is currently obsessed with a particular shopkin called Clicky Mouse which is a little blue computer mouse that, wait for it, glows in the dark.
    He sleeps with it but we had to put it in a plastic container because the first night he lost it and all hell broke loose!
    Ooooo special edition!
    I completely understand DD has the glow in the dark carrot and it was like all of her Christmases came at once!

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    re SHOPKINS how can i find out which are all the GLOW IN THE DARK ones please. i've tried searching.
    i see tech items but not others
    what is the name of the carrot please?


 

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