Kids Will Flip for the Best Toys of the Season

Locally made skateboards, a brand new game, and more in our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide
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Keep the kiddos happy and engaged with cool wheels and hot games.


Decked Out

Made out of recycled materials, Elysian Valley-based Lander skateboards can be purchased assembled, or you can design your own from the ground up. Lander skateboards, $149 at lander.la.

Rooms of Their Own

They can play house while you work from home. Foxtail Villa dollhouse, $235 at Miracle Mile Toy Hall, 5464 Wilshire Blvd., Mid-City.

Game On

The brainchild of L.A.-based Kimelia Weathers Smith, this simple card game asks players (ages 14 and up) to answer trivia questions on a variety of topics—or bluff their way to victory. Brilliant or BS?, $20 at brilliantorbs.com.

Serve It up

Toy food trucks are this generation’s race cars. Candylab taco truck, $15 at Etude Boutique, 450 S. Western Ave., Ste. 220, Koreatown, or candylabtoys.com.

Flip Out

This Jenga tower-like game has kids racing to stack meat patties, cheese slices, and various accoutrements into the perfect backyard delicacy. Burger Academy, $13 at Wizardry Foundry, 2355 Westwood Blvd., Ste. 537, West L.A.

The Big Squeeze

All the cool kids know xylophones are so last year. Wooden accordian, $32 (order online and curbside pickup only) at Merci Milo warehouse, 547 Arden Ave., Glendale, shopmercimilo.com.


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