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Do you know someone turning 5, that you need to buy a present for? Here are ten ideas to get you started!
The aim of this game is to be the first person to assemble a complete beetle but you only ‘win’ a beetle part depending on the number on the dice. Great fun for the whole family or to play with friends. This set comes with 4 beetles to assemble, so four people can play at once.
With this kit, the child will be able to make their own unicorn stained glass window using stickers.
This retro craft includes a picture and sheets of rub-on transfers. Simply choose where you want each transfer to go, then place it on top of the picture and rub it with your nail or a pencil to transfer it from the sheet to the picture. I stock them in Countryside, Medieval and Vaux le Vicomte.
Choose a heart shape. These kits from Melissa and Doug toys come with a paintbrush, paints, and stickers to decorate.
This cool torch has projection disks that attach to the end of the torch and project space objects to the area it’s been pointed at.
Learn how to draw lots of different things with these step-by-step drawing kits. They come with lots of illustrations to follow, a whiteboard and a whiteboard pen. I stock a pink box, a blue box, and an animals box.
This game is easy enough for a five-year-old to play as each card has a picture as well as the written word. The aim of the game is to guess what is on the card that’s attached to your forehead by just asking ‘yes/no’ answered questions.
Turn the soft potato on and it starts to play music. Then pass it around but don’t be the one holding it when the music stops!
If the child you are buying for is creative, they will love this deluxe box of scratch art materials from Melissa and Doug Toys.
Instead of having pointy tips, these darts have magnets so they are safe for younger kids to play with.
I hope this list has helped you. If you haven’t found something you think is suitable, check out my full range of toys for 3-5-year-olds and I hope that whatever you choose, that the five-year-old in your life will love it.
Thanks again for shopping from my small Irish shop.