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what toys or things does your 4-6 yr old boy play with most?

my son loves star wars, gormitis, he has loved dinosaurs since day 1, he loves animal toys..i think its funny though because out of all his toys he plays with little army soldiers (the ones where you can get 100 for about 2.00) they are scattered everywhere...he plays with blocks and pretends they are bad guys...and dominos, those are the 3 things he plays with most!

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Asked by shay1130 at 5:56 PM on Dec. 6, 2009 in General Parenting

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  • My son is the same. He loves his Batman action figures. If they are not around he will play with pencils and act them out like they are bad guys vs good guys. If he has no toys with him, he will play with his FINGERS!! He pretends they are bad and good guys. He has such a great imagination. I've even seen him play with his chicken nuggets!

    Answer by mompam at 6:11 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

  • geo tracks, thomas trains/tracks, puzzles, v-motion games, benderoos, legos, lincoln logs...he loves putting things together, then 'transforming' (his word) them into something else. funny thing is, he doesn't have any Transformers..yet. he's 4 1/2yo. he loves reading books..not big on coloring, but loves to paint. he plays checkers and chess, connect 4, and a few handheld games. he also likes to play games on the computer.

    Answer by thehairnazi at 6:13 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

  • aww..i got my son connect 4 for christmas..i hope he likes it..

    Answer by shay1130 at 6:17 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

  • My 5 yr old grandson plays the most with his cars. CARS cars especially. He is still very much into Lightening McQueen and Mater and all. He also has a great imagination. In the car he pretends his fingers are characters and just plays. He also loves his imaginarium train. He also loves to play Barbies with his Go figure.

    Answer by GrnEyedGrandma at 6:24 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

  • anything with two or more wheels... oh, also anything with jet engines, rotors, or propellers... oh, or any submersible vehicle... yeah, pretty much anything mechanical. he loves to take things apart too. i have to be careful with chairs, he is a little too mechanically inclined, and i have had to put parts of his bike back together many times.
    he LOVES books too. and plays with any animal figurine, especially bugs, scorpions, dinosaurs.

    but get THIS- his FAVORITE color is pink... he got mad that he couldn't "paint" his cars pink (with his sisters nail polish. LMAO)

    Answer by ObbyDobbie at 6:45 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

  • 4 year old....puzzle books (mazes, connect the dot, codes, etc), doodle pro (writes on it all the time it seems), superhero figures (you name it, I think he has them except the Xmen! LOL), workbooks, work sheets (reading, writing, math), books, crafts/stickers.

    6 year old (almost)...Bakugan, space, science (just about any field, but primarily physics, biology, geology, archeology, astronomy), tinker toys, lego blocks (the things he can build!!!)

    They both love computer games, DS/Leapster games, Wii, PS2, etc....

    Answer by Anonymous at 6:53 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

  • five- legos and kenix...sometimes the wooden train track

    the wii a lot and the iphone...he's getting an ipod for christmas so that I can have my phone back

    Answer by Anonymous at 8:52 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

  • My 5 year-old nephew loves his Hot Wheels the most. He can name any car make and model at the slightest glance... I mean ANYTHING. He's amazing. So, cars are his number 1. He also loves to draw and he's getting really good at it. He builds with his legos and kinex a lot and he loves putting together model cars with my father (his grandfather). When he draws or builds he is usually "designing his own cars" so it is pretty much always car related, but he varies the mediums! LOL!

    Answer by beckcorc at 9:29 PM on Dec. 6, 2009

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