Sunday, 11 August 2013

Win a £50 voucher to spend on educational toys at Cost Cutters!

cost cutters toy competition


Cost Cutters are a family run business based in Staffordshire who have of 30 years of experience providing high quality educational supplies and toys at affordable prices!
“Cutting cost, not quality” is their main aim – helping to allow your "budget to stretch further" without compromising on quality, choice, durability or reliability. Where possible, they will provide products manufactured within the UK, and are strict to ensure that where necessary all educational supplies products conform with regulations and certification standards.
They have a fantastic selection of products from toy storage and  pre-school furniture to a wide selection of educational toys from construction to role play, creative play, sensory play and more!

They lovely folks at Cost Cutters are very kindly offering one My Mummy's Pennies reader the chance to win a £50 gift voucher to spend on their website.

For you chance to win follow the instructions in the rafflecopter widget below....

Good Luck! 



332 comments:

  1. So much choice, but I think a mix of craft supplies and paints for the eldest and a puzzle for the youngest

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  2. a lacing apple and some sensory toys

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  3. http://www.costcuttersuk.com/sensory_toys/sensory_liquid_set/402336_p.html
    I think this is the best idea for my son Alex. @jessws2011

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  4. I would buy some art and craft materials for the Winter - lots of wet weekends and my kids enjoy creating as much as me!

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  5. I've seen Tuff Trays recommended for sensory play and as our little one's now 15 weeks he's getting to the stage when we are thinking about really starting to get messy! ;)

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  6. Ohh so much to choose from....
    As my two love water so much I would buy a big water tray :)

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  7. I would get the Pretend & Play school set for my daughter - she would love it!

    @ashlallan

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  8. if i won i would get a giant floor cushion
    http://www.costcuttersuk.com/fabric_cushions/giant_floor_cushions/301060_p.html

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  9. I've just spotted Wedgits on there, which my son loves, so they'd be on the list.

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  10. An EverEarth ramp racer for my little boy

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  11. The BigJigs Transportation train set

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  12. Wooden toys are so lovely. Theres just so much choice!

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  13. The Paragon Pirate ship is amazing and so is the EverEarth Organic Farm Set :)

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  14. wooden toys

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  15. Wow there's so much to choose from! Sensibly I'd really like to invest in some toy storage but I think I would be more frivolous and blow the lot of a variety of sensory toys as these would suit my whole family :)

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  16. I would spend it on Christmas toys for my children.

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  17. As a home educator I would be spoiled for choice! But I think I'd get a selection of numeracy and science equipment as my kids love experimenting with weight, measure and magnets!

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  18. I would buy lots of the sensory items like the Sensory Perfume Balls Pack

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  19. I would put the money towards one of these :) i think they are adorable

    http://www.costcuttersuk.com/dolls_and_accessories/moover_pram/306173_p.html

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  20. birthday gifts for my nephews 1st birthday :)

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  21. I would buy this lovely train set for my daughter x

    http://www.costcuttersuk.com/train_sets/bigjigs_fairy_town_train_set/415775_p.html

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  22. I liked the Four Friends chair, bear, it's so cute! :D ~

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  23. I'd put the money towards a balance bike for my 2 yr old

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  24. Maybe on some stationary and toys @Dorothee77

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  25. id spend it on some baby toys for our little girl due in 4 weeks @chanson2010

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  26. the Christmas craft compendium looks fab!

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  27. I would buy some early maths equipment for my 3 year old, she is desperate to know more about numbers and how they work.

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  28. Nice to see an old fashioned quality toy store!

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  29. Tough choice. I think http://www.costcuttersuk.com/magnetism/magnets_instant_learning_science_centre/163932_p.html
    &
    http://www.costcuttersuk.com/weather/upright_weather_station/164101_p.html
    (crochet addictuk)

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  30. id like some building bricks as i love making towers for the grandkids then watching the joy they get knocking them down

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  31. I would buy some of the 'Softies' mirrors

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  32. So much choice, I love the wheelybugs though

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  33. possibly a bean bag. there is so much to choose from , prob spend over the voucher cause there is too much good stuff, thanks for the chance to win this xxx

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  34. wow, how have I not about this company before, they sell the most amazing things. fab giveaway.
    I would use the voucher towards wonder world sensory blocks, squidgy sparkle numbers and lots of big jigs wooden play food.

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  35. i would have to get some sensory toys x

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  36. We could do with some more toy storage to keep things in order.

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  37. I'd put it towards a Red Moover Pram for my little girl.

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  38. I think I'd get replacement role play food as ours has all either been chewed or stickified! http://www.costcuttersuk.com/food__tea_sets/plastic_role_play_food/13243_0c.html

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  39. A sit on wooden toy - ladybird looks fabby!

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  40. I would like to get a play vacuum and ironing set.

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  41. Helen Humphries

    I like the alphabet letters - loads of play value but then the the ladybird looks lovely too.

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  42. It was be spent on Christmas stuff (frances hopkins)

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  43. i would buy the Jumbo curved mags,

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  44. i would buy something special for my granddaughter for christmaa

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  45. some sensory toys maybe the Halilit Twirly whirly Rainbomaker

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  46. Arts and crafts as youngest goes through his supplies quite quickly! x

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  47. the Buzz Bumble Bee floor cushion

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  48. sensory toys and some cushions for my longue

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  49. some lovely wooden toys for my 2yr old and 4 yr old :)

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  50. http://www.costcuttersuk.com/sensory_toys/bilibo/178498_p.html

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  51. Jigsaws for my grandchildren.

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  52. I would love to get the kids some Christmas craft stuff. Would feel all lovely and christmassy spending the dark evenings making decorations. Thanks for this great competition :)

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  53. Craft stuff for the long evenings coming up!

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  54. All things crafty or possibly the wheelie bug. x

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  55. i would put it towards a new pram for my little sister, as shes had a baby :)

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  56. I would donate this to a little school that would love something from here so much

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  57. I'd buy a playmat or play gym for my great niece

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  58. I'd like to buy a wooden train set or some jigsaws

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  59. I would buy some stacking blocks as my son loves building towers.xx

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  60. Jumbo dinosaurs and farm animals or maybe one of the train sets and a puzzle

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  61. a lacing apple and some sensory toys

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  62. A beqan bag or floor cushion for the kids

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  63. some toys and activity books

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  64. Cool giveaway! I'd spend the lot on arts & crafts supplies - Kitty is going through paper, pens and glue like a tornado this summer hols!

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  65. i would get the Wedgits Explorer Set - my two would love it x

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  66. I would spend it on a Cardboard Pyramid http://www.costcuttersuk.com/learning_from_play/cardboard_pyramid/311194_p.html

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  67. My daughter would love the ladybug ride-on toy!

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  68. My daughter would love the ladybug ride-on toy!

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  69. Maths equipment for my toddler :)

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  70. I'd get my little boy a xylophone :)

    Hele

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  71. It would have to be some toys for the kids to put away for xmas

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  72. Katie WitheringtonWednesday, August 14, 2013

    would donate half to a local childrens charity and half for my nephews for christmas wooden toys are lovely

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  73. Some building/construction toys.

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  74. stationary and toys!!!!!

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  75. I would get some glitter finger paints

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  76. http://www.costcuttersuk.com/garages__cars/le_toy_van_my_first_garage/416529_p.html my youngest son would love this x

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  77. I would buy educational supplies as we are going to homeschool our son.

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  78. the LEGO fairytale & historic mini figure set

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  79. I'd buy some lego supplies. You can never have too much lego

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  80. Cardboard spaceship for my son and more lego as all 3 kids love it

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  81. Alphabet and number jigsaw puzzles

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  82. I'd use it on some of their sensory toys such as the rainbomaker and the textured blocks

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  83. arts and crafts as my eldest is making stuff mad :)

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  84. wooden blocks for my little boy

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  85. soo much choice! i think i'd get some sensory toys, big jig train toys and some building blocks.

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  86. Thanks for introducing me to this great site .... lots of fab , great quality items for children of all ages here!
    If I was lucky enough to win the voucher , I'd definitely buy some baby musical instruments for my little one , she'd love them!

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  87. The Casdon Till for the eldest and some sneery toys for the youngest =)

    Might have to order some xmas craft supplies too! Getting in the mood for making paper chains ;)

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  88. I love the science kits so one (or two) of them

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  89. some presents for my grandchildren possibly Lego

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  90. the pretend and play school set

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  91. I would let my niece decide what she would like.

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  92. I would let kids choose what they want

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  93. uni items for my daughter who is off to liverpool this year

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  94. Would love to get a bean bag, thanks for the chance to win this x

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  95. Some toys for my little girl :-)

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  96. Christmas toys for my daughter, probably wooden ones.

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  97. I would buy art and craft stuff. That's my kids favourite x

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  98. Something Crafty so we can all play together

    KathyD

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  99. Probably some arts and crafts equipment. As the children enjoy being creative:- and it is lovely to sit, chat and interact with them. They seem to have a great imagination, and they are growing up so fast. It is nice to build some happy memories of spending time together.

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  100. ride on ladybird looks cute and fun

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  101. paints and paper for art tasks in the garden

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  102. I would love a bean bag :-)

    K Meudell

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  103. We're expecting grandsons in November & January so would get them something

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  104. Some PE stuff - balls/nets/balancing stuff to develop my son's coordination and feed his love of being outdoors.

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  105. I would definately buy stationary.

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  106. Some lovely wooden toys for my little boy's birthday

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  107. Erin really wants a dolls house - so would choose one of them!

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  108. I would put it towards The Camouflage Den Kit

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  109. Classic wooden toys for my little boy Tom

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  110. the lady bug ride on - its so cute :-)

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  111. Presents for Christmas, probably jigsaws, play food and craft stuff I think

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  112. Hide-n-go-fish as my little one loves fish and the Laundry Tumble Game :)

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  113. some xmas presents for my niece and nephews

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  114. Some Wooden toys, so lovely

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  115. Lots of arts and craft materials.

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  116. I think I would buy the royal palace set, for my grandchildren

    @tjsi1963

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  117. Arts & crafty stuff.

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  118. Ooh my son and I would love a Little Tikes Sandy Lagoon Waterpark!!

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  119. A great company that are based locally. This would come in very useful with all that choice but I would purchase some sensory toys like this http://www.costcuttersuk.com/balls/urchin_balls/178099_p.html for my son who is autistic :)

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  120. I'd put it towards the Javlin throw pack.
    Sarah Hig

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  122. I would buy some art and craft materials

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  123. I like the eskimo house. We can all play along.

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  124. ladybug ride on toy kids would love it

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  125. i would buy the Camelot castle my boys would love it :)

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  126. Wheelie bug (ladybird) looks fab and is something both the children could enjoy outside. xxx

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  127. I would spend it on Arts and Crafts for the little ones

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  128. jigsaws and art and crafts stuff for the kids :)

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  129. I would like to buy a Crawl mat and everearth ramp racer for my son :)

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  130. These three things:-)

    http://www.costcuttersuk.com/early_years_music/halilit_rainbomaker/164857_p.html

    http://www.costcuttersuk.com/sensory_toys/spiral_tube_set/402329_p.html

    http://www.costcuttersuk.com/shape_and_space/squidgy_sparkle_colours_set_of_7/165562_p.html

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  131. I love wooden toys so I would buy my son a lovely collection to keep him busy

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  132. Wooden toys and Art and crafts

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  133. I would buy wooden toys and building blocks that withstand lots of playing with and helps active play :)

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  134. The small ladybird and some soft toys my friend has just had another baby what a lovely treat it would be.

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  135. I'd get some traditional wooden building blocks.

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  136. definately some wooden building blocks as my son loves them

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  137. bean bag nikkij2009@live.co.uk

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  138. The BigJigs Transportation train set

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  139. I'd buy some games as we've just had to throw loads out

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  140. Sensory toys for my one year old

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  141. I like the wooden blocks and jigsaws.

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  142. My kids love building blocks so it would have to be the wooden blocks - they are quite addictive actually hehe

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  143. I'd buy a ride-on toy - I love the ladybird!

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  144. I like the sensory toys- something different

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  145. Maybe some stationary or craft things for the colder months!

    Helen booth

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  146. Halilit Mini rainbomaker, Halilit Twirly whirly Rainbomaker & the Halilit Baby band, as my daughter loves to make music & noise!

    Elliot Dawson

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  147. love the look of that click clack car track.

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  148. probably some sensory or educational toys for my daughter

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