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christmas presents for a 4 year old girl....HELP!!!

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xxJaslynxx Wed 15-Dec-10 10:58:45

Hello parents!!!!

I am still debating what to get my daughter for christmas....

Can anyone recommend some good and educational toys, books ....

OPEN TO ANY IDEAS...

smile

x

littleredsquirrel Wed 15-Dec-10 13:43:17

Have you bought anything yet? What is your budget?

AnnieWinehouse Wed 15-Dec-10 13:50:40

DD is 4.5 and apart from an overdose of Barbie stuff, we are getting her The Nutcracker book (she loves ballet), some dress-up dresses (snow white), and some lego.
Not that educational perhaps...

littleredsquirrel Wed 15-Dec-10 13:57:44

tesco have a great big box of lego half price at the moment (£24)

puzzles?

mobilo?

Orchard toys games or lego games?

usborne puzzle books?

domesticsluttery Wed 15-Dec-10 14:09:51

DD is 4 and is having:

ELC Horsebox
Wizard of Oz Finger Puppets
Slug in a Jug game
Fflos book
Dog's Life book
Charlie and Lola Annual
Hungry Catterpillar Annual
Sock Monkey
Chocolate Santa
Pens and pencils and stickers etc.

Mum is buying her:
ELC vet case
and a Sophie audiobook

PIL are buying her:
Stables jigsaw
and a handpainted spotty mug with her name on it from Pots and Dots

xxJaslynxx Wed 15-Dec-10 14:15:04

I haven't bought anything yet going to be doing the shopping this weekend

AnnieWinehouse we were also looking into getting her a whole lot of barbie stuff, I haven't seen the nutcracker book,is it nice? my DD also loves ballet. I was also thinking of buying her a lil ballet costume and shoes, any idea where I could find some?

Thanks ladies great suggestions

smile

x

AnnieWinehouse Thu 16-Dec-10 21:27:53

Jaslyn, the Nutcracker book we've got is a soft touch book we picked up at a Christmas fayre! It is a lovely story though. She has a ballet costume from her ballet school, but you can get them from various dance schools or costume shops.
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Restrainedrabbit Thu 16-Dec-10 21:30:07

Got our 4th old DD a styling head and roller skates plus lots of little things for her stocking such as hair clips, jigsaw, Little Miss books, pens, art stuff etc.

MrsColumbo Thu 16-Dec-10 21:35:27

What about a personalised book? There are sevral sites - the one we chose had a choice of genres adn you just fill in details about your child and upload a photo. It arrived really quickly and looks fantastic.

melpomene Thu 16-Dec-10 22:37:26

Usborne doll dressing sticker books are brilliant and keep them busy for ages.

Does she like craft? You could get a load of paints and collagey bits.

My dd is 5 and has a subscription to Sparkle World magazine which her granny is renewing as a present. It has a 'workbook' in the centre (colouring, spot the difference, mazes, writing and simple maths etc) so it is educational as well as fun and appealing.

Restrainedrabbit Fri 17-Dec-10 02:51:01

My DD loves those doll sticker books!

SocialButterfly Fri 17-Dec-10 07:55:03

We have bought this for DD after someone on here reccommended it, it is very cute!

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