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Grade School (5-7)

May the Force Be With Your Star Wars Rebels Drawings

The editors of Klutz, a division of Scholastic, are bringing kids ages 8 and up an easy way to draw their favorite Star Wars: Rebels characters in the Star Wars: Draw Rebels activity book. More… read more

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Journey Awaits in New Star Wars App

Star Wars fans can officially relive scenes from Star Wars The Prequel Trilogy in new form with the Star Wars Journeys: Beginnings app, from Disney Publishing. Users will be able to read, race, and battle… read more

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Hiiiii-ya! Number Ninjas Stealthy Reinforces Math Concepts

Math—ugh. HOMEWORK?! Blegh. While every kid is different and some little ones are whizzes when it comes to long division, math can be a tough subject at the grade school level. From addition and subtraction… read more

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Crayola Sketch Wizard Lets Kids Draw Anything

Calling all creative art lovers! The Crayola Sketch Wizard is a new great sketch studio that allows you to draw anything—whether it be a flat image or a dimensional figure or object or even your… read more

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Girls Can Design Barbie’s Outfits with the Fashion Design Maker

As I was growing up, I was one of Barbie’s biggest fans. I had pretty much every accessory of hers I could get my hands on, from her beautiful Dreamhouse to her remote control convertible… read more

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Make Zombies Walk the Plank With This K’Nex Building Set

Whether it be a TV show, a hit movie, a video game, or, in this case, an app, kids love toys that allow them to bring what they see on screen into their own hands—and… read more

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YVolution Raises the Bar for Ride-Ons

Kick-push is so overrated. Wiggling, however, is where it’s at. Yvolution’s revolutionary line of kid-powered three-wheeled scooters give kids a whole new way to scoot around, using their body motion to carve, drift, spin, race,… read more

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SprüKits Allow Kids to Model Their Heroes

Playing with Superman and Batman action figures is surely a fun time, but getting to build them before you play with them is even better. With SprüKits from Bandai, kids can choose from their favorites DC… read more

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Spirograph Art Studio Puts a New Spin on an Old Favorite

Nothing brings on the almost-teary-eyed nostalgia quite like seeing your kid fall in love with a toy you loved yourself when you were younger (and probably still love to this day). Spirograph celebrates the Big… read more

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Graphic Skinz Kicks Up Customization

Oh, to be a tween in 2014 (channeling my inner Dr. Seuss today). Neon has never been more prominent (except in the late ’80s), animal print has never been more abundant (again, except in the… read more

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