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Add your ideas and predictions for the 'must haves' here please!Also any tips on things to make rather than buy etc suitable for this age group.Thankyou.
My 7 year old daughter is requesting Polly Pocket this Christmas, top of her list is the Polly Pocket Ship.
I bought my dd [just 7] a children's typewriter. She is thrilled and bangs away on it. Is like living with Dorothy Parker.
Also Boco came up last Christmas with a top present. A sellotape dispenser.My dd loved that too.I think she might have an office fetish.
Where did you get the childrens Typewriter that is excellent and my little girl would love that, she spends hours typing on a word document but a typewriter would be so cool.? PLEASE tell me where you got and how much please please?
I got it from Toys R Us.There's an electronic Barbie one [which would have been better but she's anti-Barbie for some tom boyish reason] and so I got a Bang on the Door one.I think it was £30 or so.A big success. And she has it in her room, and is just different to home computer for her.
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That is excellent thank you so much! Well that is one present sorted for xmas then!! Think the Bang on the Door one is pretty cool too. THanks again
do they only do them for girls - ds 7 would love one?
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