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    Invasion of the Bristlebots: $20. </br>It's an idea that only mad scientists could have come up with: Create tiny robots by strapping motors to toothbrush heads! Kids snap together the two 'bots, then turn on the vibrating motors that make them careen and cruise. The accompanying book offers ideas for 12 activities, including racing (build lanes from the included paper punch outs), painting (dip the brush in paint, turn on the motor and create your own Jackson Pollack), and competitive games (pit your bristlebots against each other in a game of tug of war or sumo wrestling).
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    Meatball Madness $20.</br> This is an exciting get up and go game of skill. Wind up the timer, and press the button on the air-powered kitchen ladle to magically float meatballs through the kitchen obstacles. The object of the game is to be the player to get all three meatballs from the cook's pot and on to the plate of spaghetti.
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    Crayola Crayon Maker $30.</br> Old crayons are new again. The Crayola Crayon Maker turns crayon bits and pieces into new crayons in wild color combinations. It's easy: Just mix in crayon bits, melt them down, pour into the mold and let harden. Now you're ready to color again with swirling crayon creations.
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    Dodge Tag $20.</br> Run, dodge, throw and score! Dodge Tag is a fun, safe two-player version of the classic games of dodgeball and tag that brings two players together in a head-to-head, outdoor competition. Players wear air mesh vests and throw their (soft) dodgeballs at each other, aiming to stick them to each other's vests.
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    Star Wars Motion Flight Game $30.</br> This is basically a game controller that you plug into your TV with the game built in. The motion-sensitive controller allows gamers to mimic the movements of a dogfight -- dodging, twisting, and turning their ship to take aim at the enemy. The mission in this game is to help Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker fight General Grievous and his separatist forces. To do so you'll have to fly a number of ships in a series of more than 20 campaigns to ultimate victory.
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    Dr. Seuss Super Stretchy ABCs Game $17.</br> In this silly game of physical challenges and alphabet fun, kids spin the Thing 1 and Thing 2 "toy-nado" to deal out letter-to-body-part challenges. Then it's time to get down on the colorful, oversized Dr. Seuss alphabet mat and stretch and turn and twist to put your body and brain to the test. Kids earn tiles when they successfully complete challenges that are both physical and instructional as they help develop word-building and early letter and picture recognition skills.
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