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Ikea Toys?

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KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 20:10:42

Hiya all, I'm off to Ikea tomorrow....what toys are available at the moment?
What should I look out for?
Is the mechanno on the website any good?

SoupDragon Fri 01-Apr-05 20:12:08

They had some lovely wooden building bricks. Just natural wood coloured.

KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 20:17:13

Sounds nice?
Anything else?

RnB Fri 01-Apr-05 20:26:09

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KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 20:29:25

I'm so looking forward to it......I can't wait

Isn't it sad to be that excited?

RnB Fri 01-Apr-05 20:30:45

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LGJ Fri 01-Apr-05 20:32:13

Not a toy, but we bought DS a huge light shade in the shape of the sun for his room, he loves it.

Have one of their dodgy hotdogs for me, with oodles of ketchup and mustard.

KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 20:48:35

Can't have lightshade - 'cos the ceiling is too low.......but I've heard they do nice easels

LGJ Fri 01-Apr-05 20:59:18

Not a shade really it is on the ceiling, it is flush with the ceiling, have a look they are brilliant and only £12, trying to convince DH to let me have one in our room.

LGJ Fri 01-Apr-05 20:59:37

Easels are great.

KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 21:00:56

Yep but it's for my lean to conservatory...can't have any sort of lightshade....

Oh I'll be glad when this playroom is finished [insert tired icon]

TwoIfBySea Fri 01-Apr-05 21:01:13

Another vote for the wooden train set, we bought one for ds twins (3) a year or so ago and it has had constant play and survived through it!

I wanted to buy them the dolls house as it isn't girly at all but DH wasn't for it.

bossykate Fri 01-Apr-05 21:02:04

the blackboard/magnetic whiteboard easel is fantastic value. as are arts/crafts materials, wooden kitchen type toys - any wooden toys actually.

RnB Fri 01-Apr-05 21:02:25

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KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 21:02:53

Have 1full set and 2 part sets of brio train sets - so no train set and 3 (yes 3) doll houses already (a nice wooden, an old wooden with lights and a plastic folding) - so I can't have that either

RnB Fri 01-Apr-05 21:04:42

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KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 21:08:05

I might get 3......[greedy icon]

Can you use both sides at the same time?
What age child can use them?

Evesmama Fri 01-Apr-05 21:13:54

gorgeous flat posable teddy(cream, orange or blue), unusual !!but gorgeous bought dd cream one £5, but £1.50 go's to unicef.
think easels where on offer in gateshead one?lots of them about, but didnt look close as dd already got one.
gorgeous chairs and over the bed shades and the finger puppets looked cute too!

we went wednesday and have to was large hotdogs with plenty of red

RnB Fri 01-Apr-05 21:20:49

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KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 21:24:27

Ta - I think it might be a bit old for my tribe.....never mind they struggle with paper on a table

RnB Fri 01-Apr-05 21:25:41

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SleepyJess Fri 01-Apr-05 21:26:10

I love Ikea too.. perhaps this should be called the 'Ikea Appreciator's Thread' . I am pining for Ikea because since we moved South in 2003, we no longer live near one that is practical to visit very often. I have not been for over a year!!!

We love the restaurant too! The whole Ikea Experience is just so..... pleasing!!

Re toys.. well toy dept anyway.. our friend got DS a lovely 'bed tent' for Christmas. It's a kind of arch way thar fits most single beds (and his is a bottom bunk, adapted because he has cp and it still fits!) It's like a big rainbow arching over his bed lengthways and he loves to name the colours every night.

SJ x

Evesmama Fri 01-Apr-05 21:27:42

saw that rainbow over bed thingy
dd loved it and kept getting into the bed, they also do a leaf that hovers over too..cant wait till dd in normal bed

KatieMac Fri 01-Apr-05 21:31:56

I childmind and at 3 they tend to go to Nursery

Currently I have 2@4.5 m, 2@17m, 1@20m, 1@28m, 1@30m and I've just been approached by a 1m (for Sept)

So I'm really looking for under 3 toys for they new playroom

gingerbear Fri 01-Apr-05 21:33:16

I love this crane

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