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#1 Mon, 25/08/2014 - 18:38

Where can I find the most reasonable-price gift?

As I have to send out many gifts for the child aged 5-7.I have to figure out what should I send them and how to spend less money to buy the best gift!



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Mon, 25/08/2014 - 19:09

Well your query is quite generic, are you looking for gifts specifically for infant boys or girls or both, and you can browse through the internet to find the best deal

P.S the children only turn 5 or 7 Years old once, so there is no harm in giving them something expensive and worthwhile :)



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Tue, 26/08/2014 - 13:28

For your query,I think first you have to make a budget.And how many children you have to send out the gift?Then you can go and search the deals according to the budget!



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Wed, 27/08/2014 - 13:31

nah just joking. all the plastic junk you see in the shops. forget it. it either breaks or they don't like it.

my kids favourite things are scrap books and crayons, craft, their soccer ball, lego if you have the budget, barbies (yes judge me but they use them for role play so they are developmental), jigsaws.

all these things are tried and tested (the stuff we had as kids) and have outlived the coming and going of all those fad and junk toys over the years.



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Wed, 27/08/2014 - 14:48

paulinspace wrote:
nah just joking. all the plastic junk you see in the shops. forget it. it either breaks or they don't like it.
my kids favourite things are scrap books and crayons, craft, their soccer ball, lego if you have the budget, barbies (yes judge me but they use them for role play so they are developmental), jigsaws.
all these things are tried and tested (the stuff we had as kids) and have outlived the coming and going of all those fad and junk toys over the years.

Lol at barbies as role play, loved doing that a kid. Also liking the nah to iPad, I think kids 5 to 7 are too young to have one of their own.

On a separate note it is a bit difficult to find gifts for kids nowadays, there is a lot of choice but they never seem to like their gifts and if even if they do they want a new one in tow days...



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Tue, 12/12/2017 - 21:05

I agree with Nick.



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