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What have you got your 7 year old daughters.

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Heavymetalmater Wed 31-Oct-12 15:35:54

I desperately need some inspiration. My daughter has her birthday just before christmas so need lots of ideas. I also have to give ideas to 2 sets of grandparents, two lots of uncles and 2 great aunts.

All she has asked for so far is roller skates and playmobile pony farm. She is your standard 7 year old girl really in terms of tastes but just not at all materialistic so she tends not to have a huge long list.

After some ideas so if you could share what is on your daughters wish list that would be great.

sommewhereelse Wed 31-Oct-12 15:43:37

DD was 7 just before last Christmas and she was given Roller blades and Playmobil!

Also a dressing up costume and the Wayside School books which have been read and reread.

Poledra Wed 31-Oct-12 15:49:11

Well, I have an 8-yo and 6-yo DD, who have Jan and Feb birthdays, so I feel your pain! On their wishlists are:

an electric blanket (8-yo - she's a fragile little flower grin)
Harry Potter Cluedo
Harry Potter books
Secret Kingdom books
New Moshi Monsters DS game
Lego Friends
Crafty stuff (you know, those kits you can get)
Bike lock

My brother bought both girls magazine subscriptions for their birthdays, and they've been a great hit so he plans to renew their subscriptions and just send them some chocolate or suchlike with a card telling them they will still get their mags through the year. The one DD2 (the 6-yo) gets is this and it's really good.

Poledra Wed 31-Oct-12 15:54:40

Oh, and last year, my sister got all 3 girls big floor cushions for their Christmas and they've been brilliant, used all the time. And, another idea, if your DD likes doing jigsaws, it was at about this age that DD1 got some big puzzles like this - it's got bigger pieces than regular puzzles so still doable while being a challenge. And she also got one of these, which is a godsend to get the damn puzzle out the way!

scootle Wed 31-Oct-12 15:56:34

Last year I got my 7-y-o a Furreal cat, but Cookie the dog (which her sister had) has been more of a hit. I also got her Badge-it (brilliant) and Bop it, which is good. Have been thinking about Junior PIctionary this year. Mine loves fact books, so an Usbourne encyclopedia of history was a huge hit last year. Also Barbie hair studio (a doll with a mini hairdressers) has been much played with.

This year she wants lots of electronic things, but isnt't getting them. I am thinking about a new bike, maybe roller skates, a onesie, a watch and children's cookbook. A cd player plus audio books and pop music have been big hits in the past.

Inneedofbrandy Wed 31-Oct-12 16:02:08

Dd is 7 just after so far she has

Colour your own dolls house
JD bug
Make up
Barbie hair extension thing
iPod speakers
Coat
More evil Hama beads
Gum ball machine
Baking stuff
Stocking stuff like glow sticks and Whoopie cushions
3ds games and wii games ( from my nan)
I know she has more but i can't think!

QuenHelle Wed 31-Oct-12 16:21:55

What's this Secret Kingdom books thingy? Is it the new 'in' thing for girls?

I have a 6.5 year old goddaughter whom I hardly know (they've been living abroad for the last couple of years). I don't want to be the un-withit godmother who buys what they've all just gone off of. And it has to be small enough to take back home on the plane.

Poledra Wed 31-Oct-12 16:33:59

QuenHelle, they appear to me to be the successors to the Evil Rainbow Fairies - not my choice of reading material but if it keeps the DDs reading...<shrug>. You can find them on Amazon, or my local tesco had the first four books as a set for £5 last week! wink

QuenHelle Wed 31-Oct-12 16:36:53

Ooh, thanks Poledra. Will check out Tescos. smile

sunnyday123 Wed 31-Oct-12 22:19:41

My dd s almost 7 and for bday and Xmas is getting

iPod touch
Leo friends
Barbie popstar doll
Barbie wardrobe
Electronic guess who
Disney animation doll
Monster high make up
Craft set
Barbie cd
Monster high make a witch set
Barbie outfits set
Design a friend outfits
Charades game

Yama Wed 31-Oct-12 22:23:55

Moshi Monster anything.

Mr Gum books.

A new watch.

A sketch pad and How To Draw type books.

Craft stuff - bracelet making kit, mosaic stuff.

crocodilesmiles Thu 01-Nov-12 09:46:59

I've got this craft bucket for my 7 year old dn. I think it will be a BIG HIT.

Can't grumble at the price either!! smile

CherryMonster Thu 01-Nov-12 10:06:37

i have almost 8 and almost 7 year old girls. they want totally different things- dd1 wants moshi monsters, angry birds and a laptop (no) and dd2 wants more dinosaurs. i have no idea what to get for dd1, but dd2 is getting a big lego dinosaur set.

Marne Thu 01-Nov-12 10:40:57

Dd2 (almost 7) is getting:

Moshi house
moshi hq
Lego
Scooter
Hello Kitty cool cardz

SummerRain Thu 01-Nov-12 11:17:46

My 7yo dd is asking Santa for the new moshi monsters ds game and the cats and dogs ds game.

Other things she's asked for include slyvanians, Lego friends and regular Lego, geomag, lots of other ds games, a trampoline, moshi monsters and barbies. Thankfully she understands she'll be getting very little from that list grin although shes a Jan birthday so she won't have to wait long to ask again!

Arithmeticulous Thu 01-Nov-12 11:21:32

Cool Cardz - there's a Hello Kitty version as well.
Playmobil.
Famous Five.
Ear muffs
Geomag set

gleemama Thu 01-Nov-12 13:10:51

Moshi Monster tin
Ledgo Freinds
Fashion Angels design book
Builda Bear clothes
Squinkies
I pod Touch

My 7yr old who will be 8 in March has got the following:

Hello Kitty Walkie Talkies
2 x Jacqueline Wilson Books
Box set of Michael Morpurgo books
Willy Wonka (original) on DVD
The BFG on DVD
Lip Balm factory
New set of Ugg boots
Brownies camp blanket
Brownies head band
Brownies pencils & notepad
Brownies torch (for camp & holiday)
Impulse body sprays
Nail polishes.

She is a book & Girly girl person. smile

Poledra Thu 01-Nov-12 13:22:11

Well now, MrsDetermined, you have given me a fab idea for a present for DD1 - she's off on Brownie pack holiday next year, so a camp blanket would be great. Thanks!

Poledra, your welcome. My DD is going on a pack holiday in February. So thought that & a little torch would be a good idea. smile

DoubleMum Thu 01-Nov-12 19:04:03

My 7 yr old perhaps isn't typical. All she has asked for is Monster High stuff and the DVD of Love Never Dies (she already has Phantom of the Opera!).
she is also getting Jaqueline Wilson box set (£9.99 at WH Smith online)
CD of Phantom
Me to You pajama case
Fashion Angels sketchbook
Shake it Up pajamas (cheap on ebay from Poland)
Bratz DS game

She already has a JD Bug and a Cool Cardz set both of which are popular.

JemimaMuddledUp Thu 01-Nov-12 22:06:50

DD will be 7 in February.

I have bought:
Riding boots
Jodhpurs
Riding Gloves
Hama beads
Galt craft kit to sew an Owl doorstop
I Love Horses activity book

TheEnthusiasticTroll Thu 01-Nov-12 22:33:59

Dd almost 7s wish list, still to be decided by me wink though. But I have already bought a bike for her Xmas

She is maybe not average in taste of many 7 year old girl.

Big dictionary...grown up one rather than school type one is what she wants
Pro scooter
Ipad touch with mosh Monster thing
Music CDs
Big info books. So far have bought an evolution with some stunning pictures and info and engineers book
Curling wand
Arts and craft
Mosh monster cushion and blanket
H and M bear blanket
Jumper dress
A dog
Stationary
Moshi monster subscription
Bungees
Secret diary
Designer friends doll

NoMoreMarbles Thu 01-Nov-12 22:46:01

DD is 7 in January and her wish list is...

Nintendo Wii
Mariokart for Wii
Candy floss maker
Ice cream maker
Sylvanian families figures
Leopard print onesie grin my sister has one DD covets!

We are going to get everything on the list but the Wii will be pre-lovedgrin from CEX !

MirandaWest Thu 01-Nov-12 22:52:14

DD was 7 in September.

Hasn't asked for anything at all actually...

I have so far bought her some books (forget which blush but did bookpeople order recently which I'm sure I included her in)
A Hello Kitty Annual
A pen

Actually she has said she'd like the first Malory Towers book (am sure it is around here somewhere) as although other ones are definitely here she wants to start at the beginning grin

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