Intergenerational play

Holiday shoppers are looking for toys and games with the potential for intergenerational play.

Although the term implies fun for various ages and stages, buyers aren’t only thinking of children. Hands-on games and toys that connect kids with parents and grandparents are proving to be popular in the initial holiday buying cycle.

Look for dimensional puzzles, building and design projects, science gadgets (think telescope, microscope) and experiments and outdoor equipment.

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