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Holiday Gift Guide 2011: Four Shared Cube - Lite Brite Gives Your Kids Four Times the Fun

Dec 2 2011, 1:07pm CST | by , in Shopping | Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide 2011: Four Shared Cube - Lite Brite Gives Your Kids Four Times the Fun
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Great way for four children to make Lite Brite creations at one time.

The Four Shared Cube - Lite Brite is available at ThinkGeek for $29.99.

It is that time of year and it is getting here fast it is time for Christmas. A special time of year that we spend with family and friends to celebrate the true meaning of the holiday season. It is also a wonderful time of year when we can buy the people we care about most gifts to show how much they mean to us. If you are buying a gift for a child then this cool new take on the lite bright is a great gift idea it is called Four Shared Cube - Lite Brite.

With 300 colorful pegs and four surfaces to create on, the Lite Brite Four Share Cube is perfect for families with multiple wee artistes. Just plunk the cube in the middle of the table and let each kiddo have a side. Use the included design templates or invent your own. Once the stay-put pegs are popped in, just press the button on top and you'll have beautiful illuminated art for the whole family to enjoy. This is a great gift idea be sure to buy yours today.

The Four Shared Cube - Lite Brite is available at ThinkGeek for $29.99.

Find more Holiday 2011 Gift ideas in our huge Holiday Gift Guide for 2011. We will continuously add new hot gift tips until Christmas in our Holiday Gift Guide hub. Make sure to also check out our Black Friday 2011 Hub for the best deals during the Holiday Shopping Season.

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