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What toy does your 9 year old play with / enjoy most?
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longshot · 19/01/2021 20:52

DD is 9 next week and I am looking for ideas. She loves lego (we have loads), building stuff, magnets, reading, chess, coding, robotics and games, and a bit crafty but not hugely so. She is not really into clothes / toiletries etc. Ideally something fun rather than educational necessarily as I have some of those things and would really just like her to have something to enjoy. She has a sibling so it could be something to use as a pair.

Can anyone share ideas of presents that have gone down well? I am looking at things under £50 as already have a couple of items. The kids are currently also saving for a Nintendo so although that's coming it won't be for a few months!

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Aimee1987 · 19/01/2021 22:26

Following DSS is about to turn 9 so hoping for some inspiration.

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Fivemoreminutes1 · 20/01/2021 04:38

Popcorn machine
Lava lamp
Fairy lights
Roller blades
BoomTrix
Light up tracing pad
T shirt from Illuminated Apparel
Bop It
Dobble 360

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GRAK · 20/01/2021 09:28

My kids love building things too! They love playsets with their favourite characters. and one my daughter loved especially is this one www.maqio.com/collections/lego-building-toys/products/monster-high-draculaura-s-birthday-bash-set

She has spent so much time playing with this and adding to it from her other set. It's only a little set but so worth it! Good luck on your present hunt

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longshot · 21/01/2021 16:53

Thank you, I have ordered a couple of these!

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IggyAce · 21/01/2021 16:57

Telescope
Exploding kittens, great game for the whole family or siblings can just play. We got this for dcs at Christmas (14 & 9) it was a big hit.

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