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Friday, October 2, 2009

Feel & Find Shapes GIVEAWAY !!! CLOSED

WINNER
17. Kris said...
I follow you on twitter!




I am always, ALWAYS searching for educational toys to add to our home lessons. This award winning Feel & Find Shapes Toy by Guidecraft has been on my list for quite some time.

Talk about an amazing educational toy and perfect for those who are especially looking for more of a Montessori approach to teaching/learning. There's visual and tactile learning, matching, colors and shapes! So multi-functional and great for different ages.




All Children's Furniture (One of CSN's Stores) is hosting this awesome giveaway! They carry countless toys, furniture and other products as well as great brands like Kidkraft!

A JUICY GIVEAWAY!
Guidecraft Feel & Find Shapes Toy!

TO ENTER:
Leave me a comment telling me your favorite learning toy

FOR MORE ENTRIES: (enter each as a comment!)
-Subscribe/Follow or remind me that you do!
-Blog about it with with this quote: "Orange Juice is hosting a great giveaway! Check out All ChildrensFurniture.com for your favorite brands like Guidecraft, KidKraft , little Tikes and more! Giveaway ends 10/14!"
-Follow me on twitter
-Tweet it! (comment w/ link) Make sure to @FSOrangeJuice!
-Favor me on Technorati
-Link this giveaway into a giveaway linky that it hasn't been entered into.Leave the link to site. (4 extra entries- post separately)

Winner will be selected at random through a random number generator. I will post the winner in a separate post.
If I can't reach you through a link to your site or I don't hear back within 72 hours I will generate another number.
This is my contest and my rules. They are subject to change but probably won't. ;)

Giveaway will end October 14th!

All reviews are my personal opinion and experience with products and services.
Others might have a different opinion. 
This is NOT a review but I WILL receive free product.



55 JUICY LOVE NOTES:

Keri said...

um, my favorite learning toy would be this one! (i am speaking w/ the hope of winning it!!) i have never seen anything like it and i love it!
seriously, my daughters favorite learning toy is the leapfrog alphabet magnet set. we can't get enough of that toy!

Keri said...

i follow and subscribe !

Keri said...

i follow you on twitter as well! that is where i linked up to this post, actually! :)

Ticia said...

Our current favorite toy is the See and Spell from Melissa and Doug. This will change, it always does.

Ticia said...

I follow you. I think you know this by now. I might even join up with twitter just because of silly giveaways like this...... Or not, because then it'd be one more thing to keep up with. Oh, the dilemmas.

The Fifth Street Mama said...

Our Melissa and Doug Birdhouse shape sorter. Love that toy!

The Fifth Street Mama said...

I follow you!

The Fifth Street Mama said...

I blogged about your giveaway.

Shannon said...

The Feel and Find shapes toy sounds pretty cool to me. Thanks for the giveaway! I found you through FFF.

Shannon said...

And I am now a follower!

The Gosfam said...

One of my fave learning toys are these 4 shape boxes we have that have objects by shape in each box. Great to learn shapes and colors, and to recognize household objects.

The Gosfam said...

I subscribe: mattles22@yahoo.com

The Gosfam said...

I follow you

The Gosfam said...

I follow you on twitter

Kris said...

Our favorite learning toy for the moment is a write on/wipe off board for Cowboy to draw on and write his letters! These things change so often though!

Kris said...

I follow.

Kris said...

I follow you on twitter!

karmama said...

My current favorite learning toy is Plan Toys Animal Memo. It's got great colors, and the wooden pieces have a really good design for toddler hands to pick up.

karmama said...

I follow your blog in my Google reader.

karmama said...

I follow you on Twitter!

karmama said...

Tweeted!
http://twitter.com/piratebootie

Susan said...

Our favorite learning toy (this week) are these little erasers from the dollar store. My son is learning sorting, patterns and just loves to carry them around with him.

Cindy said...

Legos, Legos, Legos. That's our favorite learning toy. The possibilites are endless.

Cindy said...

I subscribe.

Michelle said...

I love the memory games for my twins!

nmgills at yahoo dot com

Raising a Happy Child said...

Favorite learning toy? Hmm... I have to say - $1 counting erasers from Dollar Tree. They are great for patterns, for counting, they are used as play food, as money, as stampers. Love them.

Raising a Happy Child said...

I follow you and read you in Google

Martianne said...

I cannot say it is my favorite learning toy for my kids, but I would have to say that my two and three year olds' favorite learning toy at the moment is their Melissa and Doug wooden train set. It provides early math skills through counting trains and putting together the tracks, early science through the physics of how the trains move, language through how they play with it and talk about it, etc. (I have been eyeing your give away toy for ages, too, and would love to win it. Thank you for offering it!)

Mike said...

Our favorite learning toy at the moment is not a toy at all, but the kdis sure have been enjoying counting and constructing with them - clothespins!

Laura said...

Our current favorites are paper dolls and markers to color them with. All good for working on fine motor skills and visual discrimination.

Laura said...

I subscribe via Google Reader and e-mail.

fancygrlnancy said...

Learning toy..well I always love books, but they aren't really a toy. I guess lately Jayden has loved his balls and his fuzzy farm shape puzzle. This toys would be great for learning.
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fancygrlnancy said...

follow/subscribe
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fancygrlnancy said...

follow on twitter
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fancygrlnancy said...

tweet
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MaryAnne said...

My favorite learning toy is pattern blocks, but this is something I've wanted for my kids for a while so I would love to win!

MaryAnne said...

I follow your blog

MaryAnne said...

and I follow you on twitter (@mamasmiles)

Susan said...

I blogged about the giveaway with your text!
http://all-about-the-journey.blogspot.com/2009/10/get-free-stuff.html

Birdie said...

I love our Leap Frog it has so much capacity & both of my girls love sharing it to learn..... birdson@roadrunner.com

Birdie said...

email subscriber birdson@roadrunner.com

Julie said...

Aside from books, I'd say our favorite learning toys right now are the Cranium games - Cariboo and Hullabaloo.

Julie said...

I follow.

Rachel said...

Following you

Rachel said...

blogged about it!

http://quirkymomma.com/freebies-and-reviews/

Rachel said...

...and my favorite learning "toy" is a piano - all three of my kids from 10m to 3.5 love banging on it!

Angie said...

My favorite learning toy right now is the Hot Dot pen!

Thanks for the opportunity to win.

angie(dot)siders(at)gmail(dot)com

Angie said...

I follow you!

Thanks again.

angie(dot)siders(at)gmail(dot)com

**Nicole** said...

My daughter's favorite "toys" are definitely books!

da_angel_321 at yahoo.com

**Nicole** said...

I'm a follower

da_angel_321 at yahoo.com

**Nicole** said...

Tweet

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**Nicole** said...

Faved you on Technorati Coastiewife321

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degood said...

This is a really cool toy. My favorite learning toy for big kids is this leapfrog globe that we have that has a pen and you hit a country on it and it tells you the name, capital and all sorts of info about the country.

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

degood said...

I follow your blog

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

degood said...

I follow you on twitter as kmayans

kerrie@mayansfamily.com

 
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