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Toy Expert Jenn Choi explains best choices for toy gifts for creative, curious kids

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Kids are of all kinds, all choices, all curiosities. Picking a gift for a child is of course even bigger a challenge. Jenn explains the options available and why some toys are best suited for some kids. Great piece from Quartz. http://qz.com/844793/holiday-gift-guide-toys-to-spark-kids-creativity-and-imagination// Some of these are for grown ups too. Whoever wants to try, build, learn and play.

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