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Present ideas for a 3.5 year old boy...

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WhatWouldLeoDo Sat 13-Aug-11 11:34:09

...who already has quite a lot anyway?

DS got far too much for his 3rd birthday, so I'm struggling a bit with ideas for Christmas. Family have already been asking for suggestions and I'm a bit stuck. He already has mini micro scooter, balance bike, lots of duplo, enough happy land to build a small town, wooden train set, kitchen, dressing up stuff, kids camera and some playmobil.

Any suggestions for presents around the £15-£20 mark as well as 'main' present ideas would be very welcome.

Oh, and before anyone tells me, I know it's August thanks. wink

Thumbwitch Sat 13-Aug-11 14:22:11

A trampoline?
Out door climbing frame?
Football goals?
Art table/easel?
Hobby horse?
Craft stuff - playdoh etc.

HappyMummyOfOne Sun 14-Aug-11 15:36:17

Orchard games do a great variety, not large boxes either so very easy to store.

Bendaroos, play dough, craft things - easily used up so you dont have to keep for years.

Carrotsandcelery Sun 14-Aug-11 15:39:35

When our ds was 3 we got him the old version of fort building kit

He still loves it now, nearly 4 years later and my dd (10) loves it too.

Carrotsandcelery Sun 14-Aug-11 15:41:30

Does he have a farm set? Our ds loves his.

Does he have a collection of dinosaurs and a volcano or something like that?

A brio style train set?

I agree craft stuff gets used up and doesn't need to be stored for years.

WalterFlipschicks Sun 14-Aug-11 15:44:14

Watching this for ideas grin

deemented Sun 14-Aug-11 15:45:29

Anything by Imaginext.

My DS2, now aged nearly 7 has built up quite a collection from being about three or so.

I'd highly reccomend either the police helicopter or the coastguard helicopter.

WhatWouldLeoDo Wed 17-Aug-11 21:41:36

Thanks for all the replies and apologies for taking so long to come back! Some good ideas here - I like the football goals Thumbwitch, hadn't thought of those.

Some other ideas that I've had (for anyone else clicking on this thread for inspiration) are marble run and baking utensils.

I hadn't thought of dinosaurs Carrotsandcelery and DS likes Harry and the dinosaurs so I'll look out for those. That fort building set looks fab too - I hadn't seen that before, so that's a definite maybe.

My problem is that he's had a lot of stuff early to 'grow into now' now he's three he's already got a lot of the stuff that 3 year olds like!

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