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Where can I find gifts for 57 pre-school kids for Christmas presents around £1.50 each?

(22 Posts)
mummatoone Fri 24-Oct-08 16:30:01


NoBiggy Fri 24-Oct-08 16:31:26

Book people? I understand buying packs of books works out very reasonable.

NoBiggy Fri 24-Oct-08 16:31:28

Book people? I understand buying packs of books works out very reasonable.

NoBiggy Fri 24-Oct-08 16:31:50

And I really mean that!

mummatoone Fri 24-Oct-08 16:35:14

sorry books are the only thing I cant do as our leavers are getting a book so has to be something else

cuttingmeownthroatdibblaaaargh Fri 24-Oct-08 16:37:17

Book People - 20 Allan Ahlberg's for 9.99 here 10 Charlie and Lola for 9.99 here 10 Harry and the Dinosaurs for 9.99 here 10 Winnie the Witch for 9.99 here. Books for everyone at a quid each grin

mummatoone Fri 24-Oct-08 16:43:08

CANT DO BOOKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

KatyMac Fri 24-Oct-08 16:44:11


ADragonIs4LifeNotJustHalloween Fri 24-Oct-08 16:45:07

No need to shout when people are trying to help.

Seeline Fri 24-Oct-08 16:48:49

Yellow moon crafty stuff here

MadamDeathstare Fri 24-Oct-08 16:55:23

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MadBadandWieldingAnAxe Fri 24-Oct-08 16:57:33

Yellow Moon is a good bet.

MadamDeathstare Fri 24-Oct-08 16:57:53

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GordonTheGhoul Fri 24-Oct-08 16:58:55

I always used to go to Hawkins Bazaar type shops - tiny wind-up ladybirds type shop IYKWIM.

ADragonIs4LifeNotJustHalloween Fri 24-Oct-08 17:18:33

Dear god, don't give pre-schoolers a tube of glitter!!

janeite Fri 24-Oct-08 17:26:09

A big tub of bubbles each?

A tub of playdough each?

dilbertina Fri 24-Oct-08 17:28:43

How about recipe and ingredients for xmas cookies, plus xmas biscuit cutter. Tie up in cellophane with ribbon. The parents will LOVE you!

smartiejake Fri 24-Oct-08 17:33:16

Have you got a "Factory shop" near you? They have loads of reasonably priced arty crafty things suitable for preschoolers.

mummatoone Fri 24-Oct-08 17:45:52

some fantastic ideas...many thanks for all of you that have helped

Yorky Fri 24-Oct-08 17:56:19

Are you allowed to give chocolate or is that outlawed by the healthy eating brigade?
A bar wrapped in a personalised wrapper is a nice touch

MadamDeathstare Fri 24-Oct-08 17:59:55

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maverick Fri 24-Oct-08 18:02:02

Loads of suitably priced stuff at:

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