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6 Kids Products in Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year: Ultra Violet

Imaginative, magical, and the favorite of many kids, Ultra Violet—a pure purple—was named the 2018 Color of the Year by the color experts at Pantone. Here’s a collection of products, from night lights to tutus, to add a pop of purple to your child’s life.

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1. Your kiddos will look forward to mealtime with the ezpz Care Bears mat. Ezpz silicone mats are dishwasher and microwave safe and reduce mealtime messes by sticking securely to dinnertime surfaces—and the company is based in Colorado! Available in Share Bear (purple) and Wish Bear (teal), $23.

2. The KidsErgo stool at Room & Board features a cool design that allows kids to rock back and forth or wiggle around while doing homework, watching TV, or playing at the kitchen table. Available in six colors, $75. 

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3. Jellycat’s If I Were a Hippo board book and hippo stuffed animal make a cute gift for any animal lover. The book is full of different textures to touch as kids turn each page—seriously, how cute is that hippo tail? The matching animal is so soft and huggable your little one won’t want to let it go. Available at Nordstrom stores and nordstrom.com, $13 (book), $23 (stuffed animal).

4. The gummy bear night light available at Crate&kids would be a fun addition to your child’s bedroom. It’s cordless and portable—it can even be mounted to the wall—and features a one-hour timer. Also comes in red and blue, $30. 

5. Little paleontologists will dig the handmade dinosaur magnets from Original Animal Magnets. Kids can mix and match different heads and rear ends to make their own unique species. Note: Due to their small size, these magnets are best suited for older children. $21 for an eight-piece set, $27 for 12 pieces. 

6. The Satsuma lilac midi tulle skirt adds a pretty pop of purple to any outfit, whether your child is going to a party or simply playing dress-up at home. Fits sizes 2T to 6X, $32. 

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