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Toys for a 3 to 4 year old?

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My son who is 3 and a half is a bit tricky to buy for... mainly likes books! Any suggestions on good toys for this age bracket? Thanks
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
My son who is 3 and a half is a bit tricky to buy for... mainly likes books!

Any suggestions on good toys for this age bracket?

Thanks
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
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#1
My son turns 4 tomorrow and he is massively into anything that involves cars, trains and planes :) he has a wooden train track that he plays with a lot! As he likes books so much have you got any of the busy books? They go down well with my little boy he probably plays with them more than most of his other toys!
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lauralou16206
My son turns 4 tomorrow and he is massively into anything that involves cars, trains and planes :) he has a wooden train track that he plays with a lot! As he likes books so much have you got any of the busy books? They go down well with my little boy he probably plays with them more than most of his other toys!

What are those?
#3
They are board books that come with a section at the back that contains 12 figures and a playmat! They have loads of different ones including Thomas the Tank, Paw Patrol, Lionguard, Avengers etc.. cheapest around is usually Tesco and Asda they sell them for £5 :)
#4
Just bought my nephew who is 3 1/4 some play doh machines as requested by his mum. They also sell the busy books in home bargains and he does like those too. Why don't you ask his pre school what he heads to there to play with as all children are different but they will probably have picked up on his favourite toys that you might not have at home. He also loves the elc dinosaur track and cars.

Edited By: tinkerbellian on Oct 16, 2016 21:31
#5
lauralou16206
They are board books that come with a section at the back that contains 12 figures and a playmat! They have loads of different ones including Thomas the Tank, Paw Patrol, Lionguard, Avengers etc.. cheapest around is usually Tesco and Asda they sell them for £5 :)

Thanks. Any ideas for toys?!
#6
my boy loves Lego Duplo, and as mentioned above Play Doh too.
#7
Playskool heroes
#8
If he likes books so much get him a kindle :)
#9
He does like Play Doh, but I can't find any toy sets for it that look any good :-(
#10
Treboeth
If he likes books so much get him a kindle :)

He has one lol
#11
My son loves books too we got busy book but recently been getting him felt games so he can make pictures to make his own stories. And puppets so he can act out his stories and he 4 next month and I making him a imaginary area with costumes and props so he can make stories and act them out etc. he also loves cars trains and character items

Edited By: cato4eva on Oct 16, 2016 21:42: Mis spelling
#12
My little one likes paw patrol, little Mr.potato head superhero ones, motorbikes and Lego even though we have to help him build.
#13
superfreddy
He does like Play Doh, but I can't find any toy sets for it that look any good :-(
Amazon have so many I was overwhelmed by the choice. I'm sure when my kids were small they just had simple little machines. Anyway my nephew already has some digger truck machines for his play doh , so I bought him the ocean tools set and the blue cupcake set with the Ferris wheel after checking all the reviews.
#14
superfreddy
Treboeth
If he likes books so much get him a kindle :)
He has one lol
And on that fantastic response I shall bow out, nice to see kids reading :)
#16
Toot Toot range of toy cars are great.

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