Help your kids show their support for Toronto teams this spring

This April dress the part in time for Opening Day and the NBA and Stanley Cup playoffs


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Be ready for opening day
Backpack from roots.com, $230; baseball shirt by Citizen Threads from etsy.com, $47; cap from lids.ca, $18; Japanese t-shirt from drakegeneralstore.ca, $25; hedgehog from sportchek.ca, $19 


Playoffs bound b-ballers
Raptors tank from realsports.ca, $40; scarf from realsports.ca, $37; foam finger from sportchek.ca, $6; mascot from realsports.ca, $25; sweatshirt from kidozi.com, $26; boots from store.nba.com, $35 


Can buds go all the way
Toronto Maple Leafs scarf from realsports.ca, $25; jacket from realsports.ca, $100; toque from roots.com, $30; tutu dress from realsports.ca, $48 

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