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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Top gifts for girls ages 4-6

Are you shopping for a young girl this christmas?  Check out the top ten toys for girls aged 4-6.  At this age, almost anything becomes a toy – a box, bubble wrap.  Kids are looking to play with some of the toys the bigger kids have, but they’re still developing skills and can learn from the simpler toys.


Disney Frozen Sparkle Elsa Doll $14.99

This is the Christmas of Frozen.  With that – remember to keep an eye out for knock-offs on all of your Frozen products.  That being said, this is a great option for a little girl who loves the movie.  There are more positive reviews than negative on this item, so I’m going to say it’s a good buy.


Learning Resources Super Sorting Pie $13.99

Your kids will be eager to learn math concepts like sorting, counting and matching in no time with this pie that comes with 60 colorful pieces.  It comes with tongs easy for little kids to pick up the pieces to sort and the crust comes off to be used as a bowl for the pieces not in use.


PlasmaCar $59.29

The PlasmaCar doesn’t require batteries or even pedaling.  Move the steering back and forth to power the car.  Kids will be having so much fun, they won’t even realize they’re getting an awesome workout.  (We first rode these at a friends house and after we left it was all my kids could talk about for a week, this is on our list this year).


The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game $15.79

Help your kids develop matching and sorting skills, strategic thinking, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and pre-handwriting skills.  Be strategic and be the first to fill your log with acorns and you win!


Melissa & Doug 60-Piece Standard Unit Blocks $54.99

Your little city planners can play for hours (or until their attention goes elsewhere in a few minutes).  It comes with 60 unfinished wood pieces and it all stores nicely in a wooden box.  There are painted versions as well, but if you have younger children in the house, unpainted is the better option.


Melissa & Doug Deluxe Standing Easel $58.99

For the artists in the family, there’s an easel that makes art and clean-up a lot more convenient.  This easel features a dry-erase board, a chalkboard, and a clip to hold paper rolls.


Spirograph $22.99

Does anyone else remember playing with these as a kid?  I don’t think a description is needed, you know you want to do this as much as they do…


Cardboard Playhouse $46.55

The cardboard playhouse can keep your kids entertained for awhile.  It comes with markers for them to color, so they can make it their own.  We got one of these 3 years ago, the part I loved the most… it’s easy to put up and take down.  We got it out over and over again but didn’t have to look at cottage permanently in the living room.


Razor A Kick Scooter $35.51

These scooters are always a hit with the kids.  It’s great exercise and one of those “cool toys” that you remember for a few Christmases.
Connectagons $24.97
Connectagons allow kids to create anything they want.  The set includes 240 pieces to build sculptures with.  If you’re looking for a toy with that encourages open creativity, this is it.  This set is made of wood and very durable.  It also comes with a box to store them all in.

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