Sunday, September 28, 2008

Discovery Toys... Where life and learning play together



Discovery Toys Giveaway Sponsored by Kristi Frick, Discovery Toys Educational Consultant

Play is the single most important tool a child has to explore and make sense of the world. Therefore, it is necessary for parents and teachers to choose the very best for their children. Children's toys, books, games, and software should be developmentally appropriate, creative, and fun. Discovery Toys can help you choose the best for your children. As the company states, "Every one of our products delivers tons of fun and builds up the foundation for future learning success and achievement. Children that grow up with Discovery Toys products are independent thinkers, good problem solvers, imaginative, self-confident, strong learners, and adventurous!"

Kristi Frick, a DT Educational Consultant, is sponsoring this giveaway for a free product (with a value up to $25). To enter, simply visit Kristi's site and look around at all of the great products DT has to offer. Then come back and leave me a comment about which product you will choose if you win. It's that easy! The winner will be randomly selected on Friday, October 3 and announced right here. We will also contact the winner via email.

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14 comments:

Jenn said...

If I was lucky enought to win I would Love to get the FLIP FLOP FACES game. Both of my kids enjoy games these days and I think this could keep them busy for ever. Or at least as long as it would take to fold a basket of laundry. Thanks for the chance to win.I am a PMB and will post about your site. Thanks

Jenny said...

I would love to get the AB Seas Fishing Game. I have a 3 1/2 year old that is just learning the alphabet and I know this game would help his progress. I also do home daycare, so the other children would benefit as well. I have enjoyed looking at your new site!

morch76 said...

I think the Playful Patterns would be an awesome toy to have! It not only teaches the kids their shapes and colors, but it also teaches them problem solving skills and helps them to use some their higher order thinking skills. We need more toys like this in the world!

Tina said...

I LOVE Discovery Toys and the list of items I already own is LONG. If I were lucky enough to win this giveaway, I would love the Working Trio Dump Trucks. My 16 month old loves anything with wheels right now! Thanks!

countrykids said...

I would pick the Hide inside surprise for my two one year old daycare children, they would enjoy this item.

GrandCanyonMom said...

If I won, I would pick the Measure Up Cups. My friend has these and my daughter sits and plays with them every time we go to her house.

Thanks for the chance to win!
Jaime

Kathy said...

Discovery Toys are wonderful. I would pick the hide inside surprise. I know a special little boy that would love it.
Kathy

Southern Girl known as Mommy said...

I know a little someone who would very much enjoy the Sunshine MArket! This is great!

Mrs. Tricia said...

I was a Discovery Toys consultant when my children were little. I am now buying them for my grandchildren. If I were lucky enough to win, I would select the Bright Builders. My children played with them for years and I know my grandchildren would enjoy them just as much.

eibla7 said...

ldidiaI would choose the hide inside surprise toy if I won, I can think of a bunch of ways to use this toy in my daycare, we would have so much fun!

lori said...

i love the 2-d/3-d at home puzzle and the change the story book. both of these would be great tools to use in my early childhood program.

thanks for the great new blog and the wonderful giveaways!

sumr said...

I would love to have the alphabet fishing game for my classroom. My kindergarteners would love it! I used to buy Discovery Toys for my own boys (ages 22 & 19 now!) Many of them have found their way to my classroom and are still enjoyed almost daily!

Kelly said...

The Marbleworks set is great! I had that as a kid and I loved it, although I think my kiddos are too young for it...I wonder which one would choke on the marble first! I would really like the rainfall stick. Brayden loved that as an infant and all of Cami's toys are hand me downs. It would be nice for her to have something of her own...even if her brother would probably claim it as his own!

Laser Pegs said...

Wow! it's a very good idea of make kids play with kids learning toy.It increases the creativity in a kid's thinking.