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Toys That Stand the Test of Time

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Legos

These interlocking plastic pieces have been around since 1949 and still haven't gone out of style. Legos are particularly great for kids who've grown out of blocks, exercising fine-motor skills and spatial awareness. To maximize the imagination factor, get a set of random pieces instead of a themed package based on a movie or specific setting. That way, your child will be free to make his Lego creation original and unique.