Present ideas for ....

(12 Posts)
Mumof3xox Sun 27-Jul-14 08:56:31

Nearly 7 year old boy -

5.6 year old boy -

20 month old girl -

Eyeing up happy land for dd but is it worth it? Particularly thinking of the bus as she likes things with wheels

chanie44 Sun 27-Jul-14 09:22:46

Meccano - I have a tub to give to a 7 year old for Xmas.

Lego - asda had 600 pieces for £15, which I got for my ds, who will be 4.5 at Xmas.

Mumof3xox Sun 27-Jul-14 09:31:38

Ooo hadn't thought of mecano!

Lego we have too much of already

bringonyourwreckingball Sun 27-Jul-14 09:38:04

My 6 year old is still resisting my attempts to give away her happy land so definitely worth the money.

Mumof3xox Sun 27-Jul-14 09:39:06

That sounds promising! I might just get her a couple of bits then and see how she goes!

JerseySpud Sun 27-Jul-14 09:44:41

Happyland is worth every penny

What about bug hunting kits, or superheros for 7 year old boy

fuzzpig Sun 27-Jul-14 09:51:59

Happyland is BRILLIANT. We have loads built up over the last...<counts on fingers> will be 6 years at Xmas. Not getting any more now as youngest is nearly 5 but they still play with it a lot.

My DS will be 5.4 at Xmas, he's getting the playmobil pirate ship for his birthday next month and his first two wheeled scooter. Not sure about Xmas yet.

OorWullie Sun 27-Jul-14 09:56:16

DS will be 5.3 at Christmas and is getting a new bike plus lights, bell, helmet etc for it.

He had a playmobil police station, helicopter and car last christmas which he loved.

Keeping an eye on your thread as I have no idea what to get for his birthday in september.

Happy land is ace. Lo

John Lewis had some bits in their clearance which I bought might be worth a look

BittersweetSymphony Sun 27-Jul-14 11:29:56

Honestly Happy Land is fab. My DD had some last year and she plays with it all the time.

lostlalaloopsy Sun 27-Jul-14 11:34:43

Happyland is brilliant stuff. It seems to last forever , going to get 2 yo ds a spaceship for Christmas.

MumofWombat Mon 28-Jul-14 04:19:16

My 16 month old LOVES happyland (and little people - I'm on Oz so our happyland bits were bought when we visited the UK) as does my 3.3 year old DS.

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