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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Translucent Geometric Shapes Giveaway

I always like toy giveaways. I hope you do, too. Here's an interesting educational toy. I would have liked having this when I was growing up. Here's your chance to win one now, until 3/24, US only. Good luck.

Welcome to the Translucent Geometric Shapes Giveaway!

Sponsored by Learning Resources

Hosted by Mostly Together Mommy

Enter the Translucent Geometric Shapes Giveaway. Ends 3/24. 
What better way to help children reach their full potential than by introducing them to educational toys? Learning Resources is trusted by teachers and parents in more than 80 countries to provide high quality, fun toys that activate a child's imagination.

The Translucent Geometric Shapes are one example of the more than 1,000 great products that Learning Resources has to offer. This set includes over 400 pieces, in 14 different shapes and 7 different colors. You can read a complete review from Renae at Mostly Together Mommy.

One lucky winner is going win a set of Translucent Geometric Shapes. To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway will end on March 24, 2014. Note:  If you have won a Learning Resources giveaway on any Blog during the past 6 months, you are ineligible to win this giveaway! Once 6 months have passed, you may enter again. Good luck, everyone!

*This blog has not been compensated to promote this giveaway. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter.

20 comments:

  1. There is no better gift for a child, than one that helps them learn! I would love to win this for my sweet Keylee age six and so smart!
    Thanks for the chance!
    p.s on facebook I am Jana Brantley

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  3. My son would love The Pretend & Play Explorers Set.

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  4. I would like to have the Magnetic Letter Construction set.

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  5. The Classroom Cafe would be fun. My son loves bring me fake food. I was just eating Toyota Soup!

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  6. I think our grandson would like the pretend explorer

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  7. My granddaughter, the artise, would have a ball with this.

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  8. I would love to have the smart snacks counting cookies for my daughter! They have some really cool toys!

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  9. I visited Learning Resources and I found the Primary Time Teacher™ 12-Hour Learning Clock® that I would love to use with my grandsons to help them learn how to tell time.

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  10. I would also like to use the "teaching cash register" with my daughter.
    It's never too early to learn how to count money. Whenever we go out to the movies and she wants snacks I have her ask for herself and pay by herself. (with guidance of course) but it helps her build confidence to speak for herself and to learn how to give and receive the right amount of money. The cash register would help a lot more.

    http://www.learningresources.com/product/mobile/teaching+cash+register.do?sortby=bestSellers

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  11. The Pretend & Play Explorers Set looks interesting

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  12. My son would really enjoy the giant foam floor pattern blocks.

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  13. our daughter would like the Gears! Gears! Gears!® Movin’ Monkeys.

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  14. OH my gosh what nice things. To keep them busy, to learn not just play!
    I think I would love to try the Big Science Life Science Game!

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  15. I love the Time Equation Solver. I want to make learning fun for my children, and this looks really good.

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  16. My son would love the pretend explorer!

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  17. I like the snap n learn alphabet alligators.

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  18. I would like to try the Pretend & Play® School Set with U.S. Map with my 5 year old. I feel like this would really engage her.

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  19. I would like to have the Magnetic Letter Construction set.

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