If your daughter doesn't have skates, or a good bike that might be a good thing. The cheap Target inlines were no good, hurt her but she loveshttp://www.rei.com/product/768433
(discontinued, but any K2 adjustables should be good quality based on speaking with some skate people).
Also with her age it is worth it in a bike to go light like the Specialized Hot Rock which will be closer to 18 pounds than 28 because the frame is aluminum not steel.
The first board game my daughter really liked was Sequence for Kids. We got that for Christmas from a friend. It is marked ages 3-6, but I would say the older end of that range will get more out of it; it does call for strategy.
I think you might want to have a little down time from stress so if you're talking grandparents, maybe they could split the cost of a party out of the house, like an all inclusive party package at a bounce place, dance studio, whatnot.
Also if someone wants to get her some bathing suits and good goggles that would save you the trouble in a couple of months.