December 4, 2012

Gift Idea - Kids and First words Magnetic Poetry Kits + 2 Giveaways

There's only a few more weeks till Christmas, and only 2 and a half till the kids are out of school.  To ring in the new year, I've saved the latest and greatest toys to tell you about.  So prepare for an influx of fun. 

Most learning toys are a little bit to young for Kik.  They are designed to teach basic concepts, not advance the ones she's already learned.   Today's gift idea does just that.

Gift Idea - Kids and First words Magnetic Poetry Kits


Kids Kit -  Ignite your child's love of language and wordplay - qualities crucial for success in a lifetime of reading, writing and general learning - with Magnetic Poetry's award-winning Kids' Kit. Developed with the help of kids, parents and teachers, the Kids' Kit mixes simple words like get, tree and up with more advanced words to grow into like imagine, dinosaur and castle. 3 and up



First Words - Designed by parents and teachers, this award-winning kit is based on the learning principle of "sight words"--the first words that kids should learn to recognize without having to sound them out. The word tiles are larger than those of our other kits, so are easy for young fingers to manipulate.

My parents have a magnetic poetry kit on their fridge, and Kik discovered it the last time we went to visit them.  Some of the words were a bit too big for her, but she loved it.

The simplified words in these kits make them perfect for her.  Her first sentence was "Dogs dance in the monkey tree."  The letter tiles come in a metal tin so you can make sentences right on the kits, or you can use them on the fridge for more play room.

To Buy - The kits retail for 17.95 each and can be purchased at magneticpoetry.com

To Win -  They are giving away both kits to 2 of you - Continental US Only - No Po Boxes. Enter using the rafflecopter Form Below.

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I received a product to review from the above company or their PR Agency. Opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own - I was not influenced in any way. I received no monetary compensation for this post. By entering this giveaway you agree to my giveaway/disclosure guidelines



25 comments:

  1. The Go Art - Drawing would keep my grandson busy in the car!

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  2. small metal easel debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  3. I like the First Words set for kids.. Thatw ould be great for my youngest.

    Thanks

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  4. I like the Italian Language Word Magnets.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  5. I like the Pirate Ship Magnetic Play Scene!

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  6. haha I like the sexual innuendo kit! for the adults, of course!

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  7. Love the "Love" Kit! So many cute ideas in there! Thanks!

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  8. Fairy House Magnetic Play Scene

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  9. I like the Monsters and Cuties.

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  10. The language ones look fun -- I just wish that they had one in Latin. (maria.harenavimen.476@gmail.com)

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  11. I like the mixed up words magnets.
    kathlyne

    kathlynebrown at yahoo dot com

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  12. michelle gilliland mcafeeDecember 12, 2012 at 11:29 PM

    I like the kids spanish kit, what a cool way to learn.

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  13. I like the Little Box of Love.

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  14. My kids would love the First Words set for kids.

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  15. Oh, so many! I love the original set... and the revised poet set... and the nature and beach sets... and the book lover set... ooh, and writer's remedy!... but my favorite is probably the magnetic poet's collection.

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  16. Leah Shumack on rafflecopter

    My daughter would love the fairy house magnetic set!

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  17. The pirate ship scene

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  18. The Mixed up Carols would be fun!
    soonermom76(at)gmail.com

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  19. Dig the Mixed-up Carols!
    debawriter@yahoo.com

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  20. I like the language word magnets in Spanish.

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  21. I also like their Poetry Stones kit, how unique!

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  22. I'd like to have the FirstWords kit for my kids. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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