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Stethoscope
(Constructive Playthings $7.95 Score:) For young doctors in training- here's a working stethoscope. Many of the kits say they have working scopes-this one really does work.

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

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Sesame Street Medical Kit
(Fisher-Price $9.99 Score:) No more little black bag like the classic Fisher-Price Doctor's kit. This one is blue and the case doesn't work as well as the original, but the basic gear is almost the same.

Age: Preschool. Award Year: .

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SkyCenter Playhouse Climber and Swing Extension
(Little Tikes $650 Score:) This gym has an attachable metal swing set extension that also needs to be anchored with concrete for stability.

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

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Grand Kitchen
(Step 2 $150 Score:) Yellow with licks of pink this is the largest kitchen yet, with doors that open and a pass-through window. For more gender-free choices, look at: Step 2's Homestyle Kitchen ($100) with a drop down table

Age: Toddlers,Preschool. Award Year: .

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Partyware Plus Value Set
(Little Tikes $14.99 Score:) An amazing 20-piece set with pots, bowls, rolling pin, cookie cutters, plates, and utensils in bright primary colors. Still top-rated: Kitchen Ware.

Age: Preschool. Award Year: .

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Pretend & Play Cooking Set
(Learning Resources $14.95 Score:) 10-piece cooking set in primary colors includes a frying pan, pot, big grip utensils, and our favorite-another tea kettle that actually holds water.

Age: Preschool. Award Year: .

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Little Helper's Dining Room & Pots and Pans
(Step 2 $10 Score:) Gender free cooking sets are not easy to find. This one is bright and sturdy and comes in white, red, and yellow. A 22-piece set comes with dishes, pots, and utensils.

Age: Toddlers,Preschool. Award Year: .

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2002 Awards
eeBoo Tot Towers
(eeBoo $22 Score:)

Handsome sets of ten cardboard nesting blocks with familiar objects to know and name. There are several editions in this line: Read to Me,  Nursery Rhymes and new this year, Wildlife. At first your toddler will enjoy your stacking the blocks and knocking them down--eventually she'll be the one doing the building. Activity Tip: Put surprises under the boxes for your child to discover.  The company has signed a verification form complying with our safety requirements. We did not independently test this toy in a lab.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2002. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.

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2001 Awards
Sparkling Symphony Stacker
(Fisher-Price $14.99 Score:) This high-tech stacker has star shaped rings and a post with twinkling lights and sounds as each ring is put on. Push the button on top and it plays a nursery tune. We could have done without the tunes and simply the cause and effect sounds when stars are put on the post. Takes 3 AAs. Classic stacking toys require the ability to see and arrange objects in size order-a skill that most toddlers do not have. Although such toys are often labeled 6 months & up, there's nothing wrong with your child-the problem is with the label! In fact, many pieces are sure to be lost before tots can put them together. Happily, there are more forgiving choices that introduce stacking without the need for size order. These toys are fun for toddlers to explore- just don't expect them to be expert stackers. As you play with your toddler, use color or size words to describe the pieces. Such concepts are learned with greater ease when they are part of everyday experiences. These are more appropriate for 1 & up.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2001.

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Lamaze Stacking Rings
(RC2 Learning Curve $19.99 Score:) Made of colorful patterned fabric these rings stack in any order. Classic stacking toys require the ability to see and arrange objects in size order-a skill that most toddlers do not have. Although such toys are often labeled 6 months & up, there's nothing wrong with your child-the problem is with the label! In fact, many pieces are sure to be lost before tots can put them together. Happily, there are more forgiving choices that introduce stacking without the need for size order. These toys are fun for toddlers to explore- just don't expect them to be expert stackers. As you play with your toddler, use color or size words to describe the pieces. Such concepts are learned with greater ease when they are part of everyday experiences. These are more appropriate for 1 & up.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: .

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