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Castles for 5 year olds-any recommendations???????

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MilaMae Mon 06-Oct-08 20:38:55

What one the d twins will love.

Nappyzoneneedssleep Mon 06-Oct-08 20:40:01

bouncy castles?

MilaMae Mon 06-Oct-08 20:41:45

No the soldiers type grin

Orinoco Mon 06-Oct-08 20:43:57

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Nappyzoneneedssleep Mon 06-Oct-08 20:49:07

lol i was going to try and sell you a bouncy castle then smile

lemonlady Mon 06-Oct-08 20:53:22

Elc have a great one and loads of figures yu could get to. Tower of Doom (sounds nice). £75.
WOODEN one Castle f courage £50
20% off code PARTY, until 3/11/08.
worth a look.
Don't know hw to add link (great if anyone would explain).

Anotherbook Mon 06-Oct-08 21:17:12

We got this one from letterbox about 4 years ago.

Has withstood lots of playing and I like it because it is not too colourful so looks good.

Anotherbook Tue 07-Oct-08 00:30:58

tower of doom looks big!

lemonlady ctrl c to copy the web address highlighted from the top of the relevant page you are looking at then ctrl v to paste it here with [[ around it space word you want shown ]]

MilaMae Tue 07-Oct-08 13:44:32

Actually space is an issue. Was wondering if a Playmobil one would be better as we could break it up but want them to love it iykwim.

Anybody seen any others that aren't too big or can be dismantled or your dc loved I could put up with a beast if it gets played with-a lot!!!!!!!

The ELC other one does look nice,any more recommendations???

rolledhedgehog Tue 07-Oct-08 17:38:43

[] was thinking about this one for my DS1's 6th birthday as it packs away but the price is a shocker!

rolledhedgehog Tue 07-Oct-08 17:40:43

I will try that again...

Marne Tue 07-Oct-08 17:42:51

Dd1 loves playmobil ,she's 4.7 but i would say the elc castle will be more sturdy, playmobil has alot of little peices which tend to get lost.

elmoandella Tue 07-Oct-08 17:44:46

i wouldn't recommend playmobil. you'll end up losing most of it. and then it'll be useless by xmas. i like the tower of doom. use 20% off code and you get free dragons and warriors just now

MilaMae Tue 07-Oct-08 18:17:37

Swoon at the Ardentoys one, it's gorgeous and it packs away-price not!!!!!!!!!

lemonlady Tue 07-Oct-08 20:17:19

lemonlady Tue 07-Oct-08 20:18:16

another book, thanks for that link thing.

was just testing to see if it worked.

Twelvelegs Tue 07-Oct-08 20:20:37

Schleich, it has lovely knights that you can build a collection too. Not too clever to pack away (we have one very large box) but it will withstand any amount of jumping and standing on.

Twelvelegs Tue 07-Oct-08 20:23:02

castle and other knights stuff like a jousting fence etc

Twelvelegs Tue 07-Oct-08 20:23:44 and again

cath81 Tue 07-Oct-08 20:25:48

hello just wondering if you are anywhere near gloucester. i have a fisher price one with some toy knights. would sell for a fiver! nothing wrong with it. just that its too grown up for ds 14 months. the little people one would be better suited to him.

moominsmummy Tue 07-Oct-08 20:32:39

we made one from a square cardboard box - cut some holes for the windows and drawbridge - made the portcullis go up and down with string. DS had loads of fun painting it grey.

fruitful Tue 07-Oct-08 20:38:49

Or you could buy one that someone else made from a cardboard box -

fruitful Tue 07-Oct-08 20:40:48

Oh my goodness. A castle that they can play inside.

MilaMae Wed 08-Oct-08 14:11:15

Love the cardboard ones but can't help thinking one drink spillage and you've got v expensive paper mache grin

Still none the wiser,am loathe to let them choose one as I can guarantee it would be the most expensive or not available!!!!!!

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