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  1. The kite by Fredericks & Mae provides a bright and colorful contrast beneath a clear blue sky. Available in two styles: Bird and Sunset. Made from durable rip-stop nylon. String and winder also included.

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    $44.00
  2. Study the speed and direction of the wind or mark your spot at the beach.

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    $36.00
  3. Study the speed and direction of the wind or mark your spot at the beach.

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    $36.00
  4. Study the speed and direction of the wind or mark your spot at the beach.

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    $36.00
  5. The Little Architect Set is a collection of building blocks inspired by an architect’s drafting kit. It includes a triangle, protractor and ruler with units in metric and imperial. The pieces are interchangeable and snap together with hidden magnets. Mix, match, measure, and build. This set is for the little architect in everyone.

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    $35.00
  6. Fashioned after an adorable piglet, right down to the coil of its tail, the Kibo Piggy Bank captures the innocence of a child in its whimsical design. The wooden base detaches to collect the coins, which are inserted through the two slots in its snout, and its stainless steel frame is tough enough to withstand a top-shelf fall.

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    $85.00
  7. The mascot for the entire Nepal Project. This soft wool Teddy can be a decoration as well as a beloved toy. Menu has launched a new trade initiative, Nepal Projects. Developed in collaboration with aid organization Danida, Nepal Projects provides much-needed fair employment and future opportunities in one of the world's poorest countries by combining traditional fabric working skills with a contemporary Scandinavian design aesthetic. The result makes up part of our new collection of home accessories: Exquisite hand-weaved scarves and blankets, puffy pillows, practical desktop containers, roomy laundry bags, and cool teddy bears for kids and grown-ups alike. Himalayan cashmere, merino wool, leather and cotton of the finest quality are the main ingredients in the collection. Bridging traditions of East and West, the carefully crafted items are finished in muted grey, blue, green and red tones to suit a minimalistic Scandinavian home decoration style.

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    $59.95
  8. In 1954, Buckminster Fuller patented the Dymaxion Projection, a map of Earth which presents geographic information without breaks in any of the continental contours, or any visible distortion of the relative shapes or sizes of the land masses. Designer Brendan Ravenhill has configured Fuller’s projection as a magnetic folding globe, a representation of Earth that easily transitions from flat to three dimensional. Fold it to form a geometric globe or unfold to reveal our flattened planet.

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    $15.00
  9. This is a colorfully painted wooden tabletop puzzle by Swedish designer Clara Von Zweigbergk, inspired by a similar puzzle the designer made from chipboard and watercolors at age eight.

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    $40.00
  10. Build the world you want to see with Blockitecture, a set of architectural building blocks. Cantilever and nest hexagonal blocks to create towers, cities and dwellings. The Deco set includes new colors and forms inspired by colorful post-modern architecture found coast to coast all over the world. Recommended for Ages 6 and up.

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    $25.00

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