Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Guidecraft Wooden Blocks and Block Mates Giveaways & Reviews

The boys in my house (that includes my husband and son) have been having a blast playing the last couple of weeks! Guidecraft provided me with some very awesome wooden blocks and play sets that have been a huge hit with my family! They also provided me with a wooden toy box to store it all in! I will be posting reviews on their 34 Piece Unit Block Set, their Safari Animal Block Mate Set, and Rainbow Block 30 Piece Set this week. I will posting a review on the toy box next week.

Guidecraft has been around since 1964 when it was started in a small woodshop, producing 10 items. It is still family owned but it now features over 580 educational toys and furnishings. According to their President, Jason Fein, their mission is to "stay true to the tradition of smart, beautifully crafted wood products, which allow children's minds and imaginations room to truly wonder and grow". I love that! You all know that wooden toys are my passion and I think they provide excellent opportunities for kids to build their imaginations. I am very excited to be sharing this company with you!

Guidecraft is giving my readers the same set of toys they gave me! That means that I will get to share these wonderful products with 4 lucky readers. One reader will receive the 34 Piece Unit Block Set, Safari Animal Block Mate Set and 5 Piece Unit Block Set, one reader will win Rainbow Block 30 Piece Set, and one reader will win a wooden toy box from their favorite collection!

There will be lots more great products coming from Guidecraft in the future. Take a minute to check out their website and then leave me a comment letting me know what you would like so see reviewed in the future! If your product is chosen for a giveaway in the future you will get 10 extra entries into that giveaway!


Crissy said...

The Magneatos look really cool! I'd love to hear a review of them - they look like a great gift for my son's birthday this summer.

MommyMonkey said...

I think the Interlox would be a fun toy to review!

jdeemarie said...

I would love to see the Twist "N Sort, the Balance Base, and the Magneatos reviewed.