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05 November 2012

LEGO DUPLO Read & Build {Giveaway CLOSED}

GIVEAWAY CLOSED
Winners: Michelle V, Jessica R, Mary P

LEGO DUPLO Read & Build is a unique range of read-aloud books that see children build the characters as they read, making story time come alive!
Perfect for children aged 1.5 – 5 years, LEGO DUPLO Read & Build will encourage children to learn, listen and build all at the same time – offering more fun and versatile ways to play!
 
LEGO® DUPLO® BUSY FARM
Lego Duplo Busy Farm sameliasmum.com
The easy-to-follow illustrations and engaging story line make building fun, while familiar objects will fill your child with an immense sense of pride. Busy Farm is the perfect introduction to LEGO playtime adventures!
 
 
LEGO® DUPLO® GROW CATERPILLAR GROW
Lego Duplo Grow Caterpilla Grow sameliasmum.com
Watch your child glow with pride while building Caterpillar and his friends using the easy-to follow illustrations and engaging story line. Grow Caterpillar Grow is the perfect introduction to LEGO building fun!
I was sent a pack of Lego Duplo Grow Caterpillar Grow to review. My kids are a little old for the Duplo, so my tester, was my gorgeous nephew, Jeremy.
Here is an action shot of J-Man, putting those big and bright Duplo pieces together.
 
Lego Duplo Jeremy sameliasmum
 
Look at the concentration on his face. Absolutely priceless!
 
Lego Duplo Jeremy 2 sameliasmum
 
The great thing about the Lego Duplo Read & Build set, was that Sam was reading the story while Hugo (Jeremy’s older brother) was helping little J put the pieces together. It was a family affair and great to see an activity which a 2 year old, a 5 year old and a 6 year old, could play with together – and happily..
 
Do you have a little person which you need to buy for this Christmas?
This could be the perfect present. Priced at only RRP$24.99 and brimming with colourful bricks, LEGO DUPLO Bricks and Books are fantastic value for money and offer a high quality product that is versatile and unique.
 
GIVEAWAY TIME:
3 x LEGO DUPLO Prize Packs 
With thanks to LEGO, I have 3 fantastic prize packs to giveaway to some lucky Samelia’s Mum readers (and just in time for Christmas).
Each prize pack is valued at RRP $49.98 and includes 1x Grow Caterpillar Grow And 1 x Busy Farm
Please enter via the Rafflecopter below

 
If the Rafflecopter is slow to load (or not loading) on your computer, please leave a comment on this post telling me what creative activities you do with your children? 
 
1. Open to **Australian residents only**
2. Giveaway will close on **12 November 2012**
3. The judge’s decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered upon.
4. Samelia’s Mum will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winners.
5. Winner/s will be announced on the Samelia's Mum Facebook page and/or contacted by email.
 
Disclaimer: No payment was received for this post. I did however, receive a  Lego Duplo Read & Build pack. All opinions are my own or of my family.





























30 comments:

  1. We spend lots of time outside- usually 'exploring'. At the moment we love collecting stones and bark chips and moving them to new homes. Lots of fun!

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  2. I like to watch Mr Maker with my daughter and try to recreate his fantastic craft ideas!

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  3. Mine are grand kids, Lily and Violet have just got a puppy called Shadow, grandma is called on to play with all 3 little ones and make sure Violet doesn't get too unsure of shadow

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  4. Me and my son loves to make different things with play -doh ,cardboard boxes,empty kitchen towel tubes, cereal boxes and milk bottles.
    We love painting also where we creat different scenes from our day to day life.

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  5. My children are all grown up and gone but I used to do Indian dance with them in their class itself!!! looking back I do wonder whether they were embarassed but no one said anything at the time!!!!

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  6. We play lots of lego, on school holidays I make up a batch for playdough and that gets a good workout! They also love to play outside!

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  7. I would love to give this to my son so he could have lego of some kind without eating it!!

    galwayst@hotmail.com

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  8. I love getting the kids outside when its hot and putting shaving cream all ove the table and letting them plat with it and draw in it etc.

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  9. From when my baby was a tiny newborn, he has loved reading books. He is only 5 months now but we love reading together. To me, reading can be very creative and I'm excited that he is so interested already :)

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  10. Making handprint art for the various holidays through the year - it's fun and messy and makes great keepsakes.

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  11. I love to read books with my two and participate in their pretend play. We also love to create train tracks with my old duplo sets and do playdough.
    On warm days we play outside in the sandpit or with water (not too much, due to restrictions)

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  12. We do crafts, jigsaw puzzles, and play balloon games too

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  13. We love crafts, puzzles, games, and constructing with Duplo. But I also pride myself in turning everything into a fun game...even the most boring chores! Gardening, fokding the washing, doing the dishes, we make fun of it all! Why not? Life with our kids is supposed to be fun!!!

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  14. My boys are getting older now (16, 14 and 12) so it's not so cool to hang around with Mum. But we do like to take the dogs for walks together. When they were younger, they have all had a time at "sewing" and proudly put their projects into the agricultural show.

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  15. Master 2 and I love to draw, do jigsaw puzzles and bake :)

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  16. We like to see how many different shapes and animals we can make out of play doh the kids love it

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  17. We love playdoh and baking cookies!!

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  18. Coops loves to colour in so we spend many an hour drawing and colouring pictures that have virtually wall papered the house ;)

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  19. We do a lot of cutting & gluing. Soon this will become making Christmas decorations.

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  20. At the moment the big favourite is to draw pictures with crayons, cut them out then stick paddle pop sticks on the back to make puppets. Although my daughter calls them 'muppets' which is so cute I don't have the heart to correct her :)

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  21. Opps Im in the USA Sorry I already entered. Just take my name off.

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  22. My son is obsessed with Cars and Lego and our dogs!

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  23. The veggie Garden and growing their own plants and tending to them they absolutely love watching what they take care of grow

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  24. I must be one of the world's slackest Mum's! At playgroup - I always do a craft or play games with the kids. But when it comes to spending playing time with Mr 3 and Miss 8, I am just hopless. I do make them playdough and buy them paints to do outside on our back verandoh though. We have been starting to do more outside with our vegie garden since the warmer weather has kicked in which is quite nice.

    To all the wonderful Mummies in the above comments, please feel free to send me some playing Mummy mojo! LOL

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  25. Making furniture and cubby houses out of boxes, its cheap and an all day adventure :)

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  26. Lots of craft with my daughter, she's really creative. My son loves drawing and scribbling on the blackboard :)

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  27. My son and I do alot of crafts, we are currently working on a set of wooden cars of the Disney Cars characters.
    nurse_mommy(at)live(dot)com

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  28. I want to win so I can use this as bribery. I want to use this reward if my son eats all his meals. Constant battle every night over dinner time. Hopefully this would work.

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  29. we do crafts cooking painting we make books and sew boards my ejder one is learning to finger nit at the moment

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  30. We love to cook- my 5 year old, 2 year old and 1 year old gobble up all the batters and decorations, but I always have spares xxx

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