By the age of 7, peer pressure very much dictatates the toys that children want to play with. This can be a tricky time for parents who can find that the constant pressure for the latest toys can be both an irritant and an expensive time. However, toys that encourage collectability can also be rewarding as it gives focus to specific ranges.
Manufacturers are particularly switched on to the fact that kids of this age are very eager to keep up with the latest trends. The reinvention of old characters and the creation of new ones into popular TV shows means that children of this age seem to have a constantly growing list of toys to add to their wish-lists.
Play features include a swinging drainpipe, a water tower slide and a hidden sewer trap door cover!
Realistic toy vacuum cleaner is a direct replica of Dyson's highly regarded Ball model.
This incredible bird has been fitted with an ultra-sensitive voice recognition chip.
Freddy has numerous touch sensors on his soft body that perform different actions and sounds.
This 100 piece Construction Bucket aims to be the ultimate starter construction set.
Two 60 piece puzzles and two 100 piece puzzles are stored in a sturdy keepsake tin.
This fantastic four level wooden playset even has a helicopter landing pad on the roof.
A charming purple and green colour scheme and is complete with chunky buttons.
This box contains everything kids need to enchant and surprise their watching audiences.
Provides children with hours of fun as they see their favourite characters come to life in beads.