Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Jingle Puzzles Giveaway - CLOSED

Ever since the Summer holiday has started, Abby has been saying that she is bored every day. She is a child who loves constant learning and doing hands on stuff like puzzles and activity books. The fact that she loves to sing as well makes this Jingle Puzzle a great toy to keep her entertained. 

We were sent the Old MacDonald Had A Farm Jingle Puzzle, which comes with a 1metre long floor puzzle of music notes for the first line of the song, a CD with 12 animal nursery songs and a bonus story The Three Little Pigs, an activity book that is relevant to the floor puzzle, and reward stickers for each activity, plus extra animal stickers.

Abby couldn't wait to open the box. She tried to put the puzzle together, but Clay broke them off just when she putanother one on. We had to hold him down to get it completed and we managed to quickly take some pictures of it! It is a very long puzzle!

We played the CD and sang along with it. I was only expecting the puzzle to come with one song, but there were 12, and all animal related! There were the classics as well as new ones we've never heard before. Some are shorter, some longer, and you can hear all sorts of musical instruments used for the songs instead of exactly the same for all songs. The songs were sang with British accents, in case you are interested to know, as I know some parents prefer this.

The Three Little Pigs bonus story was told by a British man. The story is a different version than the classic one, which is quite refreshing.

The Jingle Puzzle is suitable for 3-6 years old, and cost £9.99. You can buy it from Music for Kids Direct, who specialises in everything music related for children and students, including GCSE and ABRSM exams, or you can win one here!

Simple enter through the Rafflecopter below. The giveaway ends on Friday 24th August 2012.

Good Luck! x

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Disclosure: I was sent a Jingle Puzzle to review; all opinions are honest and my own