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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Pretend and Play Giveaway from Learning Resources


As many of you may know, I am a HUGE fan of educational toys for kids! I absolutely adore all the great toys from Learning Resources! Learning Resources offers these great Pretend and Play sets that kids really enjoy. Do you ever find your kids mimicking what mom and dad do? These sets are great for pretend play and are an All American Mommy top pick! Learn more about Learning Resources by clicking here.





Pretend & Play® Fishing Set by Learning ResourcesReel in the big one with the Pretend & Play Fishing Set! Little anglers can hook the catch of the day, and an adjustable vest makes play even more realistic. Perfect for outdoor vacations and more. Play a size matching game with worms and fish. Features 6 pages of write & wipe, fishing-themed activities. Plastic pieces include pole with magnetic hook, 3 magnetic fish, 3worms, net and vest (plastic, nylon and canvas). All magnets are embedded for safety, and the plastic tackle box stores all pieces. Ages 3 and up. SRP:$27.99
Pretend & Play® Bakery Set by Learning Resources Stir up the fun! Little chefs fill pies, roll cookies and more. Perfect for involving children in baking for special occasions, holidays and more. This set invites kids to imagine holding a pretend bake-off, making special treats for company, running their own bakery or entering the school bake sale. It offers realistic, hands-on play experience with an egg that cracks open to release the yolk, cookies in four shapes to cut out and more. The Pretend and Play Bakery Set introduces parts of a whole with slice able 3-piece loaf of bread and pie with three 2-piece slices kids can fill with the included fruit.It comes with a total of 31 durable plastic pieces, including favorite baked goods, a measuring cup and spoon to be sure kids have added all of the right ingredients and all the other utensils a baker needs! The rolling pin(the set’s largest piece) measures 8.5” L. Ages 3 and up. SRP: $27.99
Pretend & Play® Birthday Set by Learning Resources Party Time! With the Pretend & Play Birthday Set, kids can design custom invitations for special guests, and decorate the cake and three presents. The five cake pieces feature candles numbered 1-5 to help with counting. Also included is a birthday crown, a pretend camera, birthday cards and more!Ages 3 and up. SRP: $27.99
Giveaway: One lucky winner will receive Pretend & Play Birthday Set! Post a comment telling me how you feel about educational toys for your kids and who you'd like to win this for. Please leave your email address so I can contact you. Ends 5/30/09.










12 comments:

Ellen C. said...

I feel educational toys are very important because they make learning fun. Thanks for the chance.

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janil said...

I love use this type of toys with my sons and with my kids (I'm a teacher). Children learn without effort an in a funny way.

Thanks!

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judybrittle said...

I totally believe that educational toys for kids are really important but they also have to be fun and hold the child's interest. What good would they do if a child wasn't having a good time and only caused frustration. I want all my grandchildren to enjoy learning like my own children did. Thank you so much!
judybrittle at gmail dot com

Jennifer said...

I think educational toys are the only way to go! I always try to tell people to get educational toys for my kids for their birthdays and Christmas! I would love to win this for my daughter for her 4th birthday coming up June 29th!

jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

Baba said...

Educational toys are fabulous way for children to learn. They don't realize they are learning, they are just having fun. It's the best way to hold a child's interest, if you can make learning fun. This would be great for my grand-daughters!

The Dreamer said...

I love educational toys. They make it fun for kids to learn, but also make me fell better about the toys they play with.

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Andrea M said...

I would like to win this for my boys...I love educational toys...they learn without knowing it :)

tiggeraj at yahoo dot com

Aura said...

Most toys can be made educational but I do only buy toys that I feel can be used in more than one way. I do not like electronic toys and I have seen that my son enjoys toys that he can learn from them as well. We love the Learning Resources cash register and it helped him learn counting, money value and he uses it when he plays house or store.
aahaft at gmail dot com

edeliz said...

I am fortunate enough to have two kids that benefited from a multitude of educational toys. That was one of the requirements I looked for when selecting their pre-school. Today, both my kids are honor students in high school and I do believe that having their imagination and creativity stimulated via the use of the toys contributed to their success. I will love to give this toys to my grandchild.

Linsay said...

I AM A HUGE FAN OF EDUCATIONAL TOYS. MY OLDEST DAUGHTER IS IN KINDERGARTEN AND I FEEL LIKE SHE'S NOT LEARNING ANYTHING WHEN SHE COMES HOME AND TELLS ME WHAT SHE LEARNED TODAY WAS THAT SIERRA HAS THE SAME SHOES AS HER AND MIKAYLA HAS THE SAME SHIRT. AHHHHHH!! SO IM A HUGE FAN OF ANYTHING THAT WILL HELP MY CHILDREN LEARN OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL BECAUSE OBVEOUSLY THEIR NOT GETTING WHAT THEY NEED! i WOULD TOTALLY USE THEM WITH ALL THREE OF MY KIDS.

Linsay said...

BY THE WAY I JUST STARTED FOLLOWING YOU AND IM TRYING TO BUILD MY BLOG SO IWAS HOPING YOU WOULD DO THE SAME FOR ME. THANKS SO MUCH

Tamara B. said...

I feel that childen should be playing more with educational toys these days insteead of video games and watching tv. They stimluate their minds and expand their creativity. I would love to win for my granddaughter.
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