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  • Origami Kits


    Each kit contains an instruction guide and twenty or thirty sheets of paper printed with designs that make the end product even cuter. You can choose from twelve different kits with varying degrees of difficulty. This is a great activity for a kids’ party, and it lets the kids create their own party favors.

    $13 at Finger Magic | Buy

    | Posted 08 Mar, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Clay Play Set


    The set is packaged in wooden storage box, and includes: - four textured rolling pins
    -one smooth rolling pin
    -four patterned clay mallets
    -four double-ended wooden modeling tools
    -a rolling wheel cutter
    -six sticks of modeling clay

    $21 at Back to Basics Toys | Buy

    | Posted 08 Mar, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Ivy the Elephant


    Foster good taste from the very beginning.

    $55 at Netto Collection | Buy

    (Item no longer available.)

    | Posted 07 Mar, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • View-Master


    They still make view masters, but they’re often some bastardized, futuristic looking version of the ones you knew in your youth. This one is old-school boxy, and the reels are sold separately here. The View-Master is pretty cool on its own, but if you want to turn your gift into a gesture, throw in a pair of plane tickets, and include a reel of your destination.

    $8 at Flight001 | Buy

    | Posted 01 Mar, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs: The Definitive Pop-Up


    Your kids will quiver with joy, just before they completely destroy all the delicate pop ups. Buy two.

    $19 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 24 Feb, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Grand Cape


    You’re working on the alphabet, sharing, trying one bite of everything on their plates. What have you been doing to develop their superpowers?

    $26 at Sparkability | Buy

    (22" long)

    | Posted 24 Feb, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Monster Tees


    These American Apparel T-shirts have handmade, plush, monster appliqu’es on the front. You choose a goofy monster face, then select the T-shirt color and size.

    $29 at Dishy Duds | Buy

    | Posted 07 Feb, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Rosa Pomar Dolls


    Rosa makes the kind of simple, cloth dolls your grandma used to make. This one is a plushy teddy bear that comes in a variety of prints. He is washable, squeezable, and handmade.

    $68 at Nursery Works | Buy

    | Posted 06 Feb, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Sno Slider


    It’s a sled you strap to your kid’s bum. That means no dragging, and no falling off. For ages three and up. (Through March 31, 2006 code HSASPR2 gets you $10 off an order of $75 or more.)

    $10 at Hearth Song | Buy

    (13.5" x 11")

    | Posted 01 Feb, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Sno-Baller


    Making snowballs is haaard, and snow is so surprisingly cold. This handy device lets you stockpile perfectly spherical snowballs while your hands stay toasty warm. Use it to defeat your enemies with superior technology, or to make a Martha Stewart-type snowball igloo around your walkway lights. (Through March 31, 2006 code HSASPR2 gets you $10 off an order of $75 or more.)

    $9 at Hearth Song | Buy

    | Posted 01 Feb, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Stellarscope Star Finder


    VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT GUIDE He always wanted to be one of those guys who could look up at the night sky and tell constellation stories. Now you can help him out. The Stellarscope Star Finder helps you locate forty-two stars and seventy constellations. It comes with two star maps (one for each hemisphere), four latitude adapters, and a key-chain flashlight. You pack the picnic, he’ll narrate the stargazing.

    $39 at Flax Art and Design | Buy

    (10" long)

    | Posted 27 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Talking Japanese Watches


    VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT GUIDE Press a button, and these big, bright watches tell the time in Japanese. They come in five colors and are very reasonably priced. Once he’s learned to tell time, he can turn his attention to mastering the sushi menu.

    $20 at fred flare | Buy

    | Posted 27 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Blinky the Eyelash Parasite


    VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT GUIDE A hundred guys have given her teddy bears. Do you really want to be Mister 101? Blinky the Eyelash Mite is the patron saint of butterfly kisses. She’s the most romantic plush toy in the Parasite Pals collection, which also includes Dig Dig the Head Louse and Tickles the Tapeworm. Blinky is about 5” tall and comes with a keychain so you can hang her from a backpack. She also comes with a bonus eraser! Can’t beat that.

    $6 at Archie McPhee | Buy

    | Posted 26 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • AntWorks Space Age Ant Habitat


    VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT GUIDE First space pens, then crunchy ice cream, and now an ant farm from the future! Astronauts get all the cool stuff. This setup was created by NASA for study of how well ants tunnel in microgravity. You can watch them tunnel in 3-D through the nutrient-rich gel, and you never have feed them or give them water. Ants are not included, though the package does come with a form that lets you order them by mail. It also comes with the case and gel, a magnifying glass, and an ant catching/tunnel starting pool. Now we have something to do while we wait for affordable personal jetpacks to come on the market.

    $20 at Think Geek | Buy

    (6.5"x 5.5"x 1.25")

    | Posted 25 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • One Dozen Custom Fortune Cookies


    VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT GUIDE Custom fortune cookies let you choose your fate. You get a dozen fortune cookies, each with a different fortune written by you. Present them as a package, or slip a few into your carryout order when your sweetie isn’t looking.

    $23 at Custom Fortune Cookies | Buy

    | Posted 25 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Window Art


    These window paints let your kids trace pictures on the windows that peel off easily. They come with a book of designs.

    $20 at Back to Basics Toys | Buy

    | Posted 13 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Argington Artemis Rocker and Cushion


    A rocker for your kids. Next you can teach them how to knit.

    $140 at Design Public | Buy

    (Item no longer available.)

    | Posted 12 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Super Super Cat


    $55 at Zebra Hall | Buy

    (Item no longer available.)

    | Posted 12 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Pocket Scrabble


    True, you’ll need a couple pairs of tweezers to play, but it’s the smallest Scrabble on record. The pieces are magnetic so you have a fighting chance.

    $34 at Flight 001 | Buy

    (7" X 3.75" X 1")

    | Posted 12 Jan, 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Two Pale Red Floral Hairpins



    $6 at Anezka Handmade | Buy

    | Posted 12 Dec, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Slurpee Maker


    This battery-powered Slurpee Maker is a crowd-pleaser among the kindergarten set. You fill it with soda pop or juice, turn it on, and enjoy brain freeze in the comfort of your own home.

    $25 at KB Toys | Buy

    | Posted 06 Dec, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • The Chronicles of Narnia Boxed Set


    Where did aspiring devil worshippers turn before Harry Potter? Welcome to Narnia, little ones. Set includes all seven volumes and a dose of Christian allegory that you can ignore if you like.

    $29 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 06 Dec, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Anne of Green Gables Boxed Set


    If you think Beth was a goody-goody, and Jo never should have married the old guy when she could have had Laurie, introduce your favorite little girl to Anne Shirley instead. The Anne of Green Gables Boxed Set follows the life of a bright, independent orphan with a fierce imagination. This set includes all eight books in the series.

    $24 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 06 Dec, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Marshmallow Shooter


    This gun holds 20 mini marshmallows for rapid-fire up to 30 feet. What a shame there aren’t any dogs in the office.

    $15 at | Buy

    | Posted 01 Dec, 2005 by Margaret Mason
  • Westport Dollhouse Set


    This sturdy dollhouse is a find because you don’t have to spend hours hunting around for accessories. You get: -The house itself;
    -A doll family of four with wooden faces and wire bodies;
    -A bedroom set including a nightstand with a fixed lamp, a bed with a mattress and pillow, an armoire with two hangers, and a chair;
    -A living room set including a coffee table, a sofa and chair, and a lamp;
    -A kitchen set including a refrigerator, a sink, a stove, a stand mixer, a mixing bowl, and a table;
    -A bathroom set including a tub, a sink, a step stool, and a toilet;
    -And a dining room set including a table, four pink chairs, and a buffet.

    $400 at Pottery Barn Kids | Buy

    | Posted 22 Nov, 2005 by Margaret Mason

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