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2005 Awards
Peg-gy Back Game
(Lauri $14.99 Score:) Its often hard to find a true beginners game that is not too complex for preschoolers. This simple color cube game involves moving pegs on the pegboard forward to the color thrown. If you land on the same space as your opponent, you get a Peggy back ride! Nothing hard here. The graphics are not great, but the game is a good place to start with one concept instead of three. 3 & up. (800) 451-0520.

Age: Preschool. Award Year: 2005.

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2006 Awards
Seven Pets to Lace and Trace
(Lauri $6.99 Score:) New for 06, Seven Pets to Lace and Trace (Lauri $6.99 ) are made of sturdy chipboard punched with holes that kids sew with colorful laces. These activities develop eye hand skills and develop small muscles in hand needed for writing. Also recommended, Lace & Link Numbers ($14.99 ), crepe 4" rubber numerals that reinforce shapes in a tactile way. 4 & up. (800) 451-0520.

Age: Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2006.

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2005 Awards
Lauri T-Rex and Farm Puzzle
(Lauri $7.99 Score:) Lauris puzzles come with rubber pieces and a pattern printed in the container/tray for beginners to follow. For building confidence, these are the perfect place to start. New for 06 , a 13-piece T-Rex and a 16 piece Farm Scene. Past favorites include Triceratops, Car, Cement Truck, Birthday Cake, and Airplane. 37. (800) 451-0520.

Age: Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2005.

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2005 Award
Magnetic A to Z
(Klutz $12.95 Score:) Good Parent child side-by -ide book with magnetic letters and steel pages that ask kids to find objects that begin with several different letters. Kids put magnetic letters on the objects.

Age: Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2005.

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Make Your Own Twinkly Tiaras
(Klutz $12.95 Score:) There are three pre-cut foil-on-cardboard tiaras ready to be decorated with glue on gemstones and sequins. The book also includes some tiaras for dolls. A good choice for a playdate, teaparty or quiet time. Finished tiaras are ready for pretend play. Theys ay 4, wed saw more like a task for 5s & up.

Age: Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2005.

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2005 Award
Make a Story Writng JOurnals
(Learning Resources $14.95 Score:) Designed for the classroom, in sets of ten, this is a resource package of blank booklets that kids who like to write and draw would enjoy at home,too. Sturdy paper covers hold the 32 page booklet together with three lines of text space and blank space for illustrations on every page. At the back end there are pages for notes about the author and story. Yes, kids can make their own books with any paper, but this is one way to get them started and the finished product is going to be a family heirloom. 6 & up. (800) 800-7893.

Age: Early School Years. Award Year: 2005.

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2005 Awards
Jumbo Farm Animals
(Learning Resources $22.95 Score:) Seven farm animals beautifully molded and colored and ready for years of pretend play action. They are in size proportion to each other and will fit into block settings. Set includes a horse, cow, pig, goat, sheep, goose and rooster. 3 & up. (800) 222-3909.

Age: Preschool. Award Year: 2005.

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2005 Awards
Smart Splash Shape Shell Turtles & Number Fun Ducks
(Learning Resources $14.99 Score:) Two sets of tub toys that are fun as well as good teaching tools. A set of eight floating turtles have shells with shape cut outs that tots match and fit on and off the turtles backs. Also cute, A set of ten yellow ducks with dots on their backs and matching numeral underneath. These are marked 2 & up. There are no small parts, but we think the skills involved are more realistically for preschoolers. (800) 222-3909.

Age: Toddlers,Preschool. Award Year: 2005.

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2006 Award
Morphibians
(Kid Galaxy $24.99 Score:) These snappy vehicles run on land and water! With two button full-function radio control, these are less complex than some of the larger RCs and have the added fun of float-ablilty. Very cool.

Age: Early School Years. Award Year: 2006.

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2005 Award
Zolo Stacrobats
(Kushies $45 Score:) Five colorful fabric acrobats and three colorful balls can be balanced (sort of) and arranged in multiple ways on their colorful magnetic fabric balancing three-ring circus style pad. Magnets inside make for interesting experiments that will be going ka-boom on a regular basis. A fun toy for interacting with young toddlers. Play figures store in the magnetic base, so toss the plastic bag they come in. This is a pricey toy, but attractive. 1 & up. (800) 841 5330.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2005.

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