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Toys for 6yr old boy that he can play with on his own.....

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NigellaEllaElla Wed 14-Nov-12 13:21:36

I've got DS a few presents for Christmas already but having looked down what I and family have got him I can't see any actual toys that he can get out on Christmas morning and play with straight away. He is having a DS and also some lego but everything else is board games and books really and I want to bump it up with some proper "toys" that can just be unwrapped and are ready to go.

Amazon is great but not if you don't really know what you're looking for. Any suggestions please?

iseenodust Wed 14-Nov-12 13:42:28

screwball scramble is good fun for one.

Boringbitch Wed 14-Nov-12 13:43:04

Hi, I'm thinking about getting my DS some Geomag (can't decide whether to though), that looks like the type of thing that is ready to play with straight away.

Transformers?

Activity/colouring/sticker book?

pateran Wed 14-Nov-12 13:46:49

You're not alone. My DS also 6 the exact same - we've got him a cheap intenet tablet but mostly games and books.

He an avengers figures but again no toys.
Will be watching with interest.
Andrea

iseenodust Wed 14-Nov-12 13:51:37

Stomp rocket - the science museum brand one is great.

dottie68 Wed 14-Nov-12 13:52:24

marble run
knect
hot wheels
toy cars
plastic figures eg knights, castle etc

JackThePumpkinKing Wed 14-Nov-12 13:56:24

Yep, same problem here with 5yo DS

He's already drowing in playmobil and lego, so none of that grin

He is getting this though, along with all the people/monsters.

Jenny70 Wed 14-Nov-12 14:02:20

Lego is doable straight away.

But agree the marble run is fun, or hot wheels tracks (the wall tracks take a bit of setup, but floor ones are easy to put together.

BeaWheesht Wed 14-Nov-12 14:08:02

Ds is turning 6 at Christmas so birthday and Christmas present he's getting....

Batman figures
Batman imaginext stuff
Playmobil camper
Star wars space ships
Badge making kit (£2.50 at tesco)
Ghostbusters figures
Spiderman costume

BeaWheesht Wed 14-Nov-12 14:10:07

Oh and I'm trying convince dh to buy ds this to use with all the Christmas packaging and use his imagination!

NigellaEllaElla Wed 14-Nov-12 14:20:12

Oh you lot are all stars! So much here to take a look at. Thanks x

Approximately Wed 14-Nov-12 18:23:18

Boringbitch, geomag is absolutely fab. My 2 (6 & 8 yrs) love it and create lots of amazing buildings. We have the geomag panels set. It hardly ever gets put away in our house! Buy a decent size box though - I ended up having to buy a second box so they could make bigger models!

NigellaEllaElla Thu 15-Nov-12 21:12:30

Got Geomag (Looks fab!), Lego Batman and a Hot Wheels Track and then found a book which has 200 various paper aeroplanes/rockets in it all decorated and the introductions on how to fold each one, so thought he might enjoy that too. Also ended up buying another shed load of books!

UniS Thu 15-Nov-12 21:17:16

finger skate boards.
flashing bouncy ball
small cuddly toy
spy glasses/ kit
periscope

TheMonster Thu 15-Nov-12 21:21:20

Imaginext.

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