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Mummys with children age 6 and under.
When buying a birthday card for a child would you prefer?
A. A sticker activity inside
B. A colouring page and puzzles
C. A pull out book mark and a story in the card
Please leave comments this is a research task to help me with my uni course. Feel free to give any other ideas Thanks :)


Posted anonymously, 28th January 2015


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  • I think the colouring book with puzzles is great. Stickers are lovely too but kids at that age often just randomly stick the stickers and they’re gone in no-time.


  • I like A the sticker idea.


  • It would be B fir me


  • I would prefer the colouring page and puzzles first, then the book mark and story second and third would be the sticker book. I also prefer humorous birthday cards :)


  • I think a colouring book is a great idea!


  • My preference would be B, A and then C. I only put C last because we buy a lot of books for my little girl and I would prefer that her birthday card is a fun little activity that makes her birthday special.


  • I think they are all awesome but stickers would win in this household!


  • I would choose a colouring book and puzzles. If the puzzles are “too old” for the child the parent/guardian/carer can put it aside to use later.


  • Stickers are always a big hit here, but I also like the idea if a story and book mark in the card.


  • colouring page and puzzles would be my choice.


  • A bookmark and story.

    Pop up cards are fun.

    Homemade cards from one child to another the best


  • b or c stickers are the worst present to give any child. Regardless of the ages they always end up on walls or furniture.


  • 2.5yo
    would have to say B or C for his level


  • something fun for them to do
    make your own with drawings too
    write a verse clear and easy to read
    maybe a do it yourself kit like packet of seed
    or draw or stencil picture they can colour in
    small packet of crayons for them to begin
    page of stickers,favourite characters to use
    to create their own story will them amuse


  • A or C, something different and fun. Colouring pages and puzzle books are too common to be a hit in my opinion.


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