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School holidays are fast approaching. If you’re like me, this means that you will be inundated with questions such as “What can I do?” and “I’m bored”. However, thanks to this giveaway nanoblock, that situation will be resolved.
nanoblock has been in Australia for almost three years. If you’ve stepped in a gift or games shop in that time you’re probably already familiar with them. If not, they are tiny soy-ink coloured building blocks that come in different sorts kits, depending on what you’re interested in building.
Not only do they help develop fine motor skills (or practice them if you’re an adult!), they’re absorbing and look really cool once they’re finished.
And today, I have on offer the below models for a lucky reader.
From top left: Hummingbird, Giant Hornet, Electric Guitar and Torre Di Pisa
Total RRP $61.80.
1) You must be an Australian resident.
2) To enter you can enter one of the 2 ways below, or both if you like (a maximum of 2 entries):
Leave a comment saying why you’d like to win some nanoblocks.[1 entry]
Tweet the link to this post (button at bottom of post) and come back to leave the Tweeted link here (so I can verify).[1 entry]
3) This competition will close at 5pm Wednesday 25 September.
4) If contact cannot be made with the winner I reserve the right to draw another.
5) The winner will be determined by a random number generator.
Edit: this competition has now closed.
Karen Andrews is the creator of Miscellaneous Mum. This is one of the most established and well-respected parenting blogs in the country and is a two-time finalist in the Best Australian Blogs competition. She is also an author, award-winning writer, poet, editor and publisher at Miscellaneous Press. Is an exercise junkie (when she finds the time).
Nanoblocks are something undiscovered in our house and sure to please three very tactile sets of hands! And help us through the school hols too!
They look like lots of fun, not just for the kids but for hubby and I too when we join in (yes, often the kids are long in bed & we are sitting playing with their toys…..tragic!).
Dinosaurs, aliens, monsters and more, build with imagination, new things to explore, all on their own or with mum and dad, whatever they create, there’s fun to be had.
I want to put my building skills to the test – it’s been over 20 years since I played with building blocks!
These are so cool, I would to surprise my nephew with them!!!!
I’m all for creative toys. These nanoblocks look fantastic.
Crusoe LOVES nanoblocks, and I have just been wondering how to keep him busy if it rains over the hols – PERFECT.
I’d like to win as I’d give them to my three daughters to share. Ok, to fight over!
I had never heard of these until most coincidentally I saw them at a gorgeous cafe/gift-shop (Cinta – Doubleview, WA) I visited with a friend yesterday afternoon.
The Torre Di Pisa looks amazing. How much fun would that be to build.
These nanoblocks look fantastic amount of fun. my creative niece would enjoy them so much
Because, like you, school holidays means I’ll be inundated with questions such as “What can I do?” and “I’m bored”.
I will be doing some baby sitting duties over the holidays because Robert’s mum works, something new to play with is always special at Nan’s & grandad’s
I have an eye for detail. I’d love to create a masterpiece
I’ve heard so many great things about these nanoblocks. They’d be a great challenge for me, especially with my long fingernails
School holidays are coming up and this would be a perfect activity for both of my son’s to enjoy together
While some toys seem to last a nanosecond, the Nanoblock is guaranteed long lasting fun for a variety of ages (including grandma who’s 66!)
These would be great for my four and six year old during the schools holidays.
I have also tweeted https://twitter.com/katrina131313/status/382653188907614208
I love the kids playing with things that make them use their imagination!
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