Wrap it up with part deux of our kid-friendly gift guide. And call it a holiday.
|Hide and Seek|
Hip Huts are handmade by a preschool teacher in Ohio. The showstopping tents ($135-$145) are sized just right for toddlers. We filled ours with floor pillows and turned it into a book nook.
|One to Grow On|
A developmental toy that goes from tummy time to crawling, Eebee’s adventure play mat ($90) lasts the whole first year — instead of just the first four months.
|All the Angles|
Hape Toy’s Totter Tower blocks ($40) are rings cut on angles, letting kids build everything from straight-up structures to gravity-defying arches.
A bright idea: P’kolino teamed up with artist Romero Britto to create this new pop art coloring book and art supply collection ($7-$10).
Fashionette doll clothes ($13.50-$19.50) are made by two Parisians with fabrics sourced for designers of prêt-à-porter. And, yes, they ship to the United States.
Let kids work off the candy cane rush. Don’t worry: This small but mighty reindeer hopper ($50) can handle up to 220 pounds of bounce.
Need more gift ideas for the kids? Check out our favorite presents to give and get.
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Photos: Sarah Parrott / Flickr; Courtesy of Hip Huts; Courtesy of Eebee; Courtesy of Hape International; Courtesy of P’kolino; Courtesy of Fashionette; Courtesy of Cute-ture; Courtesy of Isabella Oliver