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The best gifts from Toyland: Santa steps up her game

12 toys for kids that teach, delight and look great on the shelf.

1. Cute and comfy pajamas are the best.

Skylar Luna jams are made from Turkish organic cotton. $39, skylarluna.com

2. The most advanced wooden toy you’ve ever seen.

Primo Toys’ “Cubetto” teaches your wee ones to code before they can even read. $225, primotoys.com


3. That’s one cool bird.

Flavia Flamingo, $24, anthropologie.com

4. Become a highflyer.

Flybrix basic kit turns your Lego set into a drone. $189, flybrix.com

5. The prettiest play groceries.

Land of Nod fridge play food, $29, landofnod.com

6. Now this is our idea of a “dream house.”

GoldieBlox “Invention Mansion” introduces real-life architectural design concepts to your engineer-in-training. $59.99, goldieblox.com

7. For when the hoop’s frozen over.

Westminster Toys “Hoop Shoot” basketball play set, $37.99, nordstrom.com

8. Raise good people.

Friends and Neighbors: The Helping Game helps your little one develop empathy and compassion. $15.99, peaceablekingdom.com

9. Not all toys have to be neon.

Candylab Pioneer car, $41.99, candylabtoys.com

10. You can find him cruising down the English countryside.

Roadster Scoot, $139, rhbabyandchild.com

11. Train n' wheels

“Imaginarium” metro line train table, $159.99, toysrus.com

12. And you thought Jenga was tricky.

Marbles the Brain Store “Tugie” stacking game, $19.99, marblesthebrainstore.com

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