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Small Space Gift Ideas for Kids Who Are Big on Fun

Apartment and condo dwellers rejoice! Finally, here's some proof that good things do come in small packages, preferably wrapped and topped with bow. These gift ideas take up a small amount of space and pack a huge amount of fun.

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1. Sword and Belt Costume

Once the last dragon has been slain and the day has been saved, this sword and belt can be easily rolled and tucked away. Bonus points for the fact that mom can rest easy while her little one plays with this 100 percent cotton sword.

To buy: Maileg, $30

2. Dollhouse

No space for a wooden dollhouse? With this book you can design more than a dozen rooms for a unique custom dollhouse that is easy to move around, too.

To buy: Rock and Pebble, $27

3. Neighborhood Toy Boxes

This gift does double-duty as storage and a play set. When your child's not playing with them they can be stacked or pushed under the bed and used as storage.

To buy: Paloma's Nest, $118

4. Fairy Door

Your sugar plum fairy will love knowing that their fellow fairies will be able to visit any time, thanks to the addition of a wall-mounted fairy door.

To buy: 'Lil Fairy Door, $39

5. Hopscotch Playmat

Swap your traditional hallway rug for a "playmat" that is both fun and stylish. They'll be so excited they'll be skipping to their room come bedtime.

To buy: The Land of Nod, $69

6. Coloring Poster

With coloring posters, the wall becomes your easel. Color it now, and frame it later.

To buy: Fawn Shoppe, $22

7. Nesting Dolls

Six toys in one! These nesting dolls can go from the shelf to the playroom floor.

To buy: My Sweet Muffin, $28 (there's also an animal set)

8. Basketball Hoop

Bring a beloved sport indoors with a personalized basketball hoop. This one goes on the wall and has a scoreboard for those who are up for a little friendly competition.

To buy: Pottery Barn Kids, $79

9. Cooking Set

Just because there's no room for a play kitchen set doesn't mean your kiddo's culinary dreams can't still come true. This plush cooking set can be utilized on just about any solid surface—we're talking dining tables, coffee tables and floors.

To buy: The Land of Nod, $59

10. Indoor Swing

A hanging seat creates a cozy nook that won't take up any floor space.

To buy: Ikea, $40

11. Puppet Show Theater

Now's your chance to put on an epic (shadow puppet) performance minus the stadium-sized theater.

To buy: Romp, $36

12. Classroom Set

What better way to spend Winter break than playing teacher with the help of a foldable classroom, complete with a pointer.

To buy: Fat Brain Toys, $30

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13. Book

Of course, one can't go wrong with a (new) classic. Word is, "The Day the Crayons Came Home," the follow-up to "The Day the Crayons Quit," is a must read.

To buy: Amazon, $10

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