Dragons

(13 Posts)
hdoodle Wed 05-Dec-12 14:48:03
Jux Wed 05-Dec-12 14:12:57

DD loves dragons too. She has some of those Scleich ones. They are gorgeous. Ihave been looking for mural-type dragons of similar stylefor her walls to no avail. They're too babyish or too 2-dimensional.

schobe Wed 05-Dec-12 14:02:26

My DD likes dragons too though she's younger and not ASD though her brother is hmm.

dragon egg cups?

insanityscratching Wed 05-Dec-12 13:57:31

Oh wow the paper dragons and the drawing book is right up his street grin

MrsMerryMeeple Wed 05-Dec-12 13:54:35
insanityscratching Wed 05-Dec-12 13:52:44

Have got the book Marne it's lovely and he'll love it and have bought some Schleich figures will look at Plastoy and Papo now.
I'll think about the Lego he's never been all that interested but likes the finished article if someone else builds for him.
Can you link to the money box again Marne please?
Anyone seen fleece blankets or cushions with dragons on by any chance?

Marne Wed 05-Dec-12 13:48:52
5madthings Wed 05-Dec-12 13:44:16

we have some schleich dragons, they are lobely. they do a range of mythical creatures etc. some lovely stuff smile

DewDr0p Wed 05-Dec-12 13:41:33

Plastoy make some good ones too I think?

Marne Wed 05-Dec-12 13:32:42

Dd1 (9) loves dragons, she has ASD too. I have bought her one from the elc which was on offer but she loves the look of the Harry Potter Dragons (on Amazon but very expensive). Theres also lego Ninjago which has a few dragons (we got these last year).

these books look good nice pictures.

money box

dd likes these they are toys but collectable.

WowOoo Wed 05-Dec-12 13:32:28

I got mine new on ebay by the way. There are often second hand ones in good condition.

WowOoo Wed 05-Dec-12 13:31:39

If you search Shleich and Papo do great ones, some breathing fire and some with two heads. Not baby ish at all. Ds loves his.

insanityscratching Wed 05-Dec-12 13:23:57

Ds is 17 and has autism and is obsessed by dragons. Anyone have any links for dragon items that aren't too babyish or too complicated? Thanks smile

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