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Toy Box: Pick-Up Words

You taught your wee one how to pick up her room, but now it's time to teach her how to pick-up a few new words. The educational game, Pick-Up Words ($16), is a great way to get your child engaged in learning basic words while improving hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.

You'll be happy to know that the game is also environmentally friendly as the sticks are made from bamboo and the packaging is made from 100 percent post consumer recycled paper. The nifty lil game plays similar to the old favorite Pick-Up Sticks, and will make a great stocking stuffer for your lil scholar this holiday.

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