Sunday, December 12, 2010

Space Chips Giveaway ~ Holiday Gift Guide



One lucky reader will win Space Chips from Monkey Business Sports!

Space Chips is one of those kinds of games that really get your child's imagination going! My oldest daughter has been playing with hers for hours. Making all different kinds of shapes with different colors! Even made an igloo for her sisters little dolls!



Here is some information from Monkey Business Sports:

In a Space Chips set there are 3 different kinds of shapes, Triangles, Pentagons and Squares. When building with Space Chips there are Endless Possibilities.

•Easy and intuitive to build 3D shapes
•High quality durable material
•Excellent play value. Learn about shapes and space and build the First 5 Drons!
•Build your own creative 3D shapes and characters


Each box comes with 50 Space Chips and a "tips-and-tricks" product sheet where you can learn how to build the First Five Drons and cool Combo-Drons like Quacks the Duck and Salty the Crab. The Space Chips packaging has a display window that features a pre-built Space Chip 3D shape inside.



How to enter:

1. Just leave a comment on how your kids would use Space Chips!

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Contest will end December 25, 2010 at 9:00pm EST. The winner will be chosen using random.org. All winners are notified by e-mail!


I was provided with this product for my honest opinion and review!

64 comments:

Kristie said...

I can imagine my kiddos trying to create animals out of them!

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Elissa said...

I am sure they would turn into some kind of rocket ship!

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Well, I'm only guessing, but my sons can make a pretend weapon out of almost anything, so they'd probably start with that!

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debbie said...

I think a space ship would be fun.
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Trung Nguyen said...

I think they would love to make some animals from these.

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Sylvia said...

I think we would make castles
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Jen said...

These are so neat! My daughter would probably try to create just about anything under the sun, but I really like the idea of igloos for the dolls like Polly Pockets.

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itsme said...

they would love coming up with creative things to build...they love building things

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Jennifer said...

My son would try to make buzz lightyear!!! I'm serious!!

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Terri said...

I think my granddaughter would try to make a small house for her Weebles and I'd like to try making different animals with her :-)

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Anonymous said...

I think my kids would try to make them into flying objects.

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Jenna said...

My nieces would use them to make a house for their dolls. Thanks for the giveaway!

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ilaybalilay said...

my little girl always tries to make animals with her blocks so i'm pretty sure she'd make animals from space chips too. =)

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I'm Just Saying said...

I think my kids would make some time of houses and trucks. :)

San Diego Momma said...

My kids would probably make monsters. They love making monsters. Is that normal for a four and six-year-old girls?

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Katy said...

My daughter would probably try to make cars out of them.

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My son would probably try to make a train!

ruthhill74 said...

My daughter would use them to make all sorts of things--only her imagination would stop her, and since it is limitless, well--

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Erika said...

I can see my kids trying to make all kinds of different shapes & designs. What a great way to use their imaginations! Thank you.
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amywarren said...

my son would try to make rockets out of them.

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trixx said...

How fun! My daughter would love this to build a house for her dollies.

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mrsshukra said...

They would use spacechips to make flowers!

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