We're trying to wean my 10 year old GS off computer games. He has recently set up his train set again and is having a new train and some scenery for his layout for Christmas. So far so good.
During his summer stay with me I got him into collecting coins from the Royal Mint for his birthday and also collecting fossils.
I have been saving stamps for him for a long time and given that there aren't many letters with stamps now, they are quite difficult to come by. However, I do have some and some first day covers from the UK, Spain and some sets of stamps from China.
My question is: Anyone know the best way to go about saving stamps? I presume they don't still use the fiddly little hinges I used as a child. Do they use an album?
He attends school a long way from where he lives and playing with his friends online is a vital part of his weekends. He's not allowed to play during the week but he can spend a few hours playing with his trains and getting his collections sorted.
Any ideas please?
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