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Dec

Best Gifts For Boys: Our Holiday 2010 Gift Guide Picks

It was really hard to narrow it down to just 5, but I succeeded! There is something that will appeal to just about every boy in this list.

From top left:

Magz™ Construction Sets

If you don’t think its possible to become addicted to building – think again. With these magnetic construction pieces, steel balls and powerful magnets, kids of all ages can create pyramids, working spinners, free-form and geometric structures and sculptures. Once you start, you won’t be able to stop!

Price: $27.98-$115.00 from Hearthsong

Imaginarium – Classic Train Table with Roundhouse Wooden Train Set

Train enthusiasts will adore this huge train table from Imaginarium. Light and sound functions can be activated by any wooden engine and the table is compatible with Thomas & Friends and Brio wooden train sets. When finished playing, kids can put all their pieces away in the two large storage drawers.

Price: $159.97 from Toys R Us

Organic Brainbow Stacking Nesting Arches

Stack ‘em, balance them, tilt them, build with them – the possibilities are virtually endless with these nesting arches. Finished with beeswax and jojoba oil, this organic Maple, Cherry and Walnut nesting arch set teaches balance, pattern recognition and fine motor skills.

Price: $30.00 from Little Sapling Toys on Etsy

Buzz Lightyear Action Figure

Earlier this year, after the final Toy Story installment hit theaters, touched hearts and made parents cry (yes I was one of them), kids everywhere wanted to get their hands on Buzz. This small version (6″) of the cool space ranger comes with add-on wings, a utility belt grappling hook and a bonus Little Green Alien.

Price: $9.50 from the Disney Store

Chalkboard Tees

How often can you say, “Here you go honey, go draw on your clothes” ? Each one of these innovative t-shirts comes with a pack of chalk, so that your child can let their imagination loose, even if they don’t have a piece of paper nearby. The tie version is especially cute!

Price: $35.00 from S is for Shop

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.

   

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