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Magna Tiles
$90-110
Magna Tiles
Adam Doppelt - Our three kids have been through a lot of toys in my house. Honestly, most of them are junk. Poorly made plastic that barely survives unboxing and then rots in a drawer for a year or two before get...
recommended by
Kaelin Dunn, Molly Pearcy and 2 others
Duplo Lego Blocks
$25
Duplo Lego Blocks
Elissa Tompkins - My 3 year old loves Duplo blocks at this age. They are easy for him to manipulate and he gets to use his imagination to make unique things!
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit
$35
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit
Molly Pearcy - Both my kids love to build! The Nintendo Labo Variety Kit is the perfect addition to my kids video game play. They love to putting together the different sets. They built a piano, a fishing rod and...
Hoot Owl Hoot
$16
Hoot Owl Hoot
Molly Pearcy - Hoot Owl Hoot! is a family favorite for game night! The object of the game is to work together to get all the baby owls home before the sun comes up. Great game that encourages team work and cooper...
Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears!
$33
Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears!
Molly Pearcy - A fun STEM activity that my kids spend hours playing with.
Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course for Kids
$160
Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course for Kids
Molly Pearcy - Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course is a wonderful obstacle course especially if your kids are climbers. Easy to install with several of different obstacles you can add and rearrange. Great addition to o...
Yoto Player – Kids Audio Player
$99
Yoto Player – Kids Audio Player
Elissa Tompkins - I purchased this for my 3.5 year old and I love it! You can connect it to your phone to play stories and music that way, or the kids can switch the cards to switch between music and stories. It’s e...
Crazy Forts Construction Toy
$49
Crazy Forts Construction Toy
Molly Pearcy - Crazy Forts is a fun and easy set that helps your child develop their own unique blanket fort. You are able to build several different structures from igloos, rocket ships or castles. My kids have ...
Fisher Price Think and Learn Code a Pillar
$79
Fisher Price Think and Learn Code a Pillar
Molly Pearcy - My son was gifted Code a Pillar and it has entertained him and his younger sister for hours. Perfect way to introduce simple coding and problem solving for ages 3-6 years old.
Star Wars the Child Animatronic Edition
$60
Star Wars the Child Animatronic Edition
Chris Pirillo - What's the doorbuster this year? Look no further than the character without a name - The Child from The Mandalorian. We know him affectionately as "Baby Yoda," and my daughter (who is, I can assure...
Lego Art
$119
Lego Art
Chris Pirillo - Before you start calling LEGO bricks "legos," let me first explain that these aren't just for kids. Thanks to a friend in another country, I became an AFOL [Adult Fan of LEGO] - which is really a t...
It's Ridic!
$10
It's Ridic!
Patrick O'Donnell - I've used many hacky sacks, and they often have inconsistent surfaces, or too easily leak the sand or beads inside. I own a few hacky sacks from IT'S RIDIC, and they all started great, and have age...
Lovevery Block Set
$90
Lovevery Block Set
Shauna Causey - Lovevery is local Northwest female founded company that makes high quality learning toys. This block set is fun because the possibilities are endless, from building houses to designing a race car, ...
Kaelin Dunn - We love their age appropriate boxes.
Kay Bojesen
$150
Kay Bojesen
Haneen Remaileh - Nice wooden animal designs by a Danish designer.
Seems like a frivolous buy but it's a nice design touch made of high quality materials. Received it as a gift.

From wikipedia: "Kay Bojesen was a D...
Ultrasabers
$180
Ultrasabers
Joe Mayo - If you're looking for a great gift idea for someone who loves star wars, this is it!
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