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Any good ideas?I'd like to get him one medium/main present then a few little things as well.All he has asked for is a Knight's sword and shield which we saw in a soft play centre shop recently for £4.99. So that can be one of the small things.
Does he have a scooter? Or a bike? Does he like Lego/duplo - they do great sets. Playmobil was very popular with my DC at that age, as were dressing up clothes - they lived in police and firemen's uniforms. Maybe you could get him a knight's dressing up kit complete with chain mail and helmet - they sell them at National Trust shops - not cheap but very nice.Also loved kits for playdough at that age - monsters and volcanoes and machines that churned out playdough spaghetti etc. Not too expensive.
Agree with Lego - a whole world of price ranges and great fun to do together.
Love the knights dressing up set! Might even try and make one and just buy accessories!He has a scooter and a bike already so that's no good.He attends Lego Club at school and loves it so that might be a winner too - perhaps make that his main present!
Ds is 6 and recently got a great knights costume from Tesco. Other ideas: MicroscopeChunky chalk for drawing on pathRolobox to convert cardboard box into various things here Angry birds / Star Wars toysToy soldiers - ds loves his
Dinosaurs, toy castle, Geomag, hideous character jammies/t shirt, water guns, football goal, basketball net, trampoline?
Google stomp rocket, they are great
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