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Five out-of-the-box toy shops

A plastic army awaits at the Toy Shack.
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1. Kappa Toys With an inventory stressing the timeless and classic, Kappa’s a great source for stocking stuffers, from music boxes to yo-yos. Downtown Container Park, 702-302-9363; Linq Promenade, 702-832-9504.

2. The Lego Store It all fits together, from the giant Millennium Falcon set to the smallest mini-figure. If you like, you can buy loose bricks by the cup. Fashion Show Mall, 702-734-0290.

3. Rogue Toys Star Wars action figures, My Little Pony dolls, rare lunch boxes … Rogue is the place for sentimental gifts for kids who grew up against their will. Multiple locations, roguetoys.com.

4. The Toy Box There’s something for all your friends and relations: Play-Doh sets for toddlers, Nerf shooters for preteens and Pokémon goodies for everybody. Downtown Summerlin, 702-776-8690.

5. Toy Shack A treasury of collectible toys, from the mainstream to the obscure. You’ll find Hot Wheels cars, Funko bobbleheads and anime figures you never knew existed. Neonopolis, 702-538-8600.

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