<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Kids Gifts]]> <![CDATA[Eco-friendly toys]]> <![CDATA[Activities that will get your kids to abandon the screen]]> <![CDATA[A local book buyer's guide to the best children's books]]> Liesl Freudenstein spends a lot of time reading children’s books. And not just because she has a 6-year-old and a 9-year-old at home. Freudenstein is the employee at the Boulder Book Store responsible for buying the kids’ books.]]> <![CDATA[Holiday crafts for your kids]]> <![CDATA[Create a tradition]]> Here are some fun holiday traditions for you and your children to celebrate for years to come.]]> <![CDATA[Kids Holiday Greeting Card contest]]> This holiday season Boulder County elementary schools participated in Boulder Weekly%uFFFDs Kids Holiday Greeting Card contest with kids submitting a festive drawing. Our Grand Prize Winner, Nederland Elementary first-grader Corbin Oxnard%uFFFDs painting is featured on our cover.]]> <![CDATA[PlayFair Toys]]> PlayFair Toys opened in 1982 with the focus of providing nothing but non-violent toys that cater to both boys and girls. The store didn’t have a section for boys with a bunch of toy guns or a pink section with baby dolls targeting little girls — a boy or girl could enjoy every single toy in the store. Almost three decades later, PlayFair Toys is still holding strong to that vision.]]>