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Post  Jeshiko on Fri Sep 16, 2011 2:07 pm

i love hearing of toys/books/aps/resources etc that Mikko would like so was wondering what others rate?

I am hoping to get Mikko a water table this summer and maybe Santa will bring him a marble run.

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Post  sewsable on Sat Sep 17, 2011 5:57 am

Ian loves books, his marble run and for a long time his sandpit. He is also very physical so the trampoline and the swing have been very popular too.
Playmobil was also popular until about a year ago and Lego with support from us.
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Post  Jeshiko on Mon Sep 19, 2011 7:12 am

what kind of marble run did you get Ian?
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Post  sewsable on Mon Sep 19, 2011 7:16 am

It was a plastic one, bright colours. Can't remember the brand I'm afraid, but he still uses it 2 years later. Some of the bits have broken.
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Post  Jeshiko on Mon Sep 19, 2011 7:19 am

sewsable wrote:It was a plastic one, bright colours. Can't remember the brand I'm afraid, but he still uses it 2 years later. Some of the bits have broken.

I was wonderinf if I should go for one like that. Does it hold together quite well while being played with? I like the wooden ones but most of them the pieces just seem to rest on each other and I think Mikko would just knock it apart. The wooden ones do look cool though.
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Post  sewsable on Mon Sep 19, 2011 7:28 am

Jeshiko wrote:
sewsable wrote:It was a plastic one, bright colours. Can't remember the brand I'm afraid, but he still uses it 2 years later. Some of the bits have broken.

I was wonderinf if I should go for one like that. Does it hold together quite well while being played with? I like the wooden ones but most of them the pieces just seem to rest on each other and I think Mikko would just knock it apart. The wooden ones do look cool though.

It's pretty good, though can topple if built too high and sometimes Ian knocks it down just for fun. The bits that have broken don't stop it working which is good. I didn't know that the wooden ones just rest on eachother; I just saw the hideous price tag and headed for ones I could afford, lol
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