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2003 Awards
Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Rescue Hospital
(RC2 Learning Curve $50 Score:) It's Harold the Helicopter to the rescue! When Harold lands on the helipad a slight bit of pressure will pop the hospital garage doors open so the ambulance pops out. This little set comes with railroad track next to the building and road to surface ramp for ambulance. Also new and amazing a musical Merry-Go Round with magnetic wooden animals that can be rearranged.

Age: Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2003.

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2003 Awards
Alex's Floor Standing Easel
(Alex $95 Score:) Taking the paints out of doors gives young artists a new scene- and if you add a bit of white paint to the colors they have an all new palette that looks like summer. Adding different paints and paper often inspires kids. Alex's wooden easel has a chalk board on one side and a dry-erase board on the other. Comes with a roll of paper, but we find that using clips and a pad of paper is easier for kids to handle with independence.

Age: Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2003.

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2003 Awards
Hayden
(Mary Meyer $18 Score:) A totally lovable toffee colored bear with sheer plaid ribbon and loving eyes. Has softer feel and flopy arms and legs. Also from Mary Meyer see their huggable Flip Flops!

Age: Preschool. Award Year: 2003.

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2003 Awards
Milo Bear
(Gund $16 Score:) One of the winners of the Bear of the Year Award for 2003, Milo is honey colored with a sheer checked ribbon and a more pronounced snout. His arms and legs are floppy and he's ready to snuggle. Also see Huggins, Higgins and a very special terrier, Barkley, with a red banner aroufd his neck.

Age: Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2003.

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2003 Awards
Oball
(Rhino Toys $6.95 Score:) Tots will have no trouble picking up this colorful easy-to-grasp ball with finger holes all over it. This is dishwasher safe and fun for rolling back and forth for early social games and ideal for tots who are crawling or developing two handed-ness as they pass it back and forth from one hand to another. It's also lightweight enough to be non-treatening for toddlers and preschoolers kids who are just learning to catch and throw. SNAP Activities: This soft easy to clutch ball needs no adaptation. It is lightweight and its many fingerholds, makes it a good choice for active play. For sitting still time, try pushing a soft scarf or odd socks inside and encourage your child to get them out. This builds dexterity and stick-to-it problem soving. For one on one time, you can also play a game by dangling this on a scarf and encouraging lttile ones to kick or bat at it.

Age: Infants,Toddlers,Preschool. Award Year: 2003.

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2003 Award
Magic Color Sno-Cone Maker
(Action Products $23.99 Score:) Our testers compared a lot of sno cone makers and this came out far ahead of others. They preferred this to the Snoopy version, reporting that the directions were clearer and it was easier to work than most.

Age: Early School Years,Later School Years. Award Year: 2003.

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The Icee Maker
(Spinmaster $24.99 Score:) Our testers were excited with the idea of being able to make their ow slush drinks. In fact they thought it would be grat fun for a party. But, alas, this got a lukewarm response (sorry)- after a whole lot of turning and wishing it made a disappointing drink that wasn't "slushy enough."

Age: Later School Years. Award Year: .

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2003 Awards
Alex's Markers to Go
(Alex $14 Score:) Fifty assorted markers now come in a new see-through fold-up case-a doodler's delight! Great for posters, school projects or other artful moments. (800) 666-2539.

Age: Early School Years,Later School Years. Award Year: 2003.

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2003 Award
T-Rex Beach Bones
(Small World Toys $19.99 Score:) If you have a dino-enthusiast, here's a great set to take along to the beach. Comes with molds for making your own T-rex "fossils" in the sand. Company suggests using the molds for jello (before you take them to the beach, of course!). (800) 421-4153.

Age: Early School Years. Award Year: 2003.

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2003 Awards
Scrabble Game Folio Edition
(Parker Brothers $19.99 Score:) If Scrabble is your game, here's a convenient take-along version that zips up. Best of all, the pieces lock in so that you can stop in the middle of a game and come back to it later. Players need more dexterity to play with these small tiles. They won't fall all over the place on a plane, but this takes finer motor skills. For younger players the traditonal game may be a better choice. 10 & up. (800) 752-9755.

Age: Later School Years. Award Year: 2003.

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