December 07, 2012,
B.S. asks from Chicago, IL on December 06, 2012
Gift Ideas for a 5 Yo Girl
I need some ideas for a 5 year old girl. My budget is about $30. I know she likes dolls. I'm not sure what she already has so I want something maybe a little different to minimize the chance that she owns it already, but I don't know what little girls are interested in. Anyone with a little girl that can clue me in?
A.V. answers from Washington DC on December 06, 2012
Books? My DD loves I Spy, Amelia Bedelia, If you give a mouse a cookie series and Skippyjon Jones.
She also enjoys art kits and Hello Kitty.
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L.S. answers from Fort Collins on December 06, 2012
How about something artsy? Markers, coloring book, drawing pad, paints, colored pencils, craft kit, chalk, white board and markers, etc...
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L.M. answers from New York on December 06, 2012
a stroller for her dolls
Check with her parents to see what she may want or need.
D.R. answers from Chicago on December 07, 2012
My daughter is 5 and LOVES Friends Lego.
D.N. answers from Chicago on December 06, 2012
My daughter will be 5 in March. She totally gets all the toy ads and such. But the only things she has actually asked for are dream lites-butterfly, a Cabbage Patch doll that apparently comes with some kind of bag, and some art thing that is a screen to draw on and the art shows on it. I think it is like a Light Bright flat screen I saw. you can stamp or draw with a stylus and it has different colors etc. She also likes to make things so I am getting little wood cutouts for her stocking.
M.S. answers from Columbus on December 06, 2012
You can't go wrong with dream lights. Look for sales. My granddaughter also wants a barbie Camera. It's a Barbie doll with a real camera in her stomach. Got it but ......I just don't know. Kinda weird!
G.Q. answers from Chicago on December 07, 2012
My 5 yo girl loves all things Tinkerbell and dressup. You can easily get her a dress her size (about $20) and the matching Tinkerbell doll (or Rosetta or Fawn,etc.) for under $10. Anything FAIRY and you're a hit. Good luck!
M.P. answers from Portland on December 06, 2012
L.A. answers from Springfield on December 06, 2012
cutie pop dolls are pretty cute! As are Polly pocket dolls. My 6 year old loves them both and has for a couple years. Good luck!
M.C. answers from Washington DC on December 06, 2012
doc mcstuffins doll
M.J. answers from Sacramento on December 06, 2012
Ditto the art kit idea. Our six-year-old daughter has been really into art for a couple of years now.
K.C. answers from Los Angeles on December 06, 2012
If she likes dolls, she might like a Calico Critters set. There is also some really nice Strawberry Shortcake stuff out there (and probably even more online than you can find in stores).
Playful Patterns: create different mosaics using colorful foam shapes. Perfect for helping build strong foundations for math and reading, as well as fine motor, thinking, and problem solving skills.
Games on the Go: really fun set of 50 cards, each with a different game. Types of games may include memory, trivia, word games, searching games, guessing games, and more. Great for taking in the car, to a restaurant, or anywhere else you might go!
Cast and Paint Chalk: create 24 different pieces of chalk in up to six different shapes. Includes the mold, all the plaster you need, plus paints and a paintbrush. You can even buy extra plaster if you want to be able to make more.
Race to the Treasure: a really fun board game where players work together to build a road to the treasure chest, collecting keys along the way. They have to beat the ogre to the finish line in order to win the game.
Let me know if you have any questions. You can see more toys and place your order at http://www.discoverytoys.com/karenchao
C.O. answers from Minneapolis on December 07, 2012
My daughter is 5 and I second Lego Friends. She loves them. Also does she have an American Doll? Target has Our Generation doll accessories that will fit American Dolls. Games such as Jenga, Mancala, Operation, Zingo are fun. Dress up clothes and play jewelry. My daughter is really into music and loves Taylor Swift so maybe a CD. She also likes getting giftcards to Target or Half Price Books. Oh and clothes if she's really girly she will love tights, dresses, purses.
D.P. answers from Detroit on December 06, 2012
rolobox. they are wheels she can attach to any box. It's a green toy and she can use it to give her dollies a ride searching youtube for a link
Magformers are pretty sweet too. A basic set can be found for $20 http://www.amazon.com/Magformers-Magnetic-Building-Constr...