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    Default OT - Christmas present help

    I need your help!

    My employer is working with the local Social Services to provide Christmas presents for those children in care. I have put myself forward to buy a present and I have been given the task to buy for a 5 year old boy.

    Anyone know what 5 year old boys are into?

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    Legos.
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    Legos are good. Truck, cars, and tractors are good as well.
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    Thanks!
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    I was also thinking legos
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    As an aside, Legos are also great math helps. This AM as Alyssa and I were working on math problems we used the legos to represent numbers so she could see the problem. It helped a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlyssaEimers View Post
    As an aside, Legos are also great math helps. This AM as Alyssa and I were working on math problems we used the legos to represent numbers so she could see the problem. It helped a lot.
    I also saw a thing, maybe on my facebook, recently where they used lego to represent fractions, because they split really well and yet can form bigger wholes. It was interesting.
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    I use legos daily as manipulatives in math
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