Friday, December 5, 2008

A WordWorld Giveaway!

Last Sunday I reviewed the recent WordWorld Holiday special that is currently airing on PBS as well as one of the toys available in the WordWorld toy line-up. Today, due to a lucky break, I am posting a corresponding giveaway just for you!

Here is a portion of my previous review:

WordWorld, the popular children's PBS preschool show, is airing a new holiday special this December. We were offered a chance to watch the advance holiday screener and my daughter loved it! The episodes titled The Christmas Star and A Christmas Present for Dog will air several times beginning Dec. 1st. Make sure to check your local television listings to find out when it is on in your area!

Still looking for a great holiday gift for your preschooler? WordWorld educational toys are available for purchase from Target.

We had the opportunity to try out the Mega Bloks WordWorld Bucket Set - Barn. The playset has been a really big hit with my daughter. The 49 piece set includes two WordFriends you can assemble (Cow and Pig), the tractor and cart, hay, a fence, windmill, and a shovel that all fit nicely into the BARN container. In addition, kids are able to use the 16 double-sided letter blocks to spell different words like CORN and ROPE. Best of all, the set can be used with other Mega Blok and Duplo sets for hours of play. My only complaint is that I wish more letter blocks were included so you could display the entire alphabet from A to Z. Luckily there are enough letters to spell out both my daughter's name and son's name, separately. I am unable to spell my own name with the letters that are included though. As a bonus, the set comes with a DVD that includes one WordWorld Episode.

Win a WordWorld product! WordWorld has kindly offered to sponsor a giveaway. Two prizes will be awarded for this giveaway: One (1) Winner will win a Mega Bloks WordWorld Bucket Set - Barn. One (1) second-place winner will receive a copy of the WordWorld Holiday Episode Screener DVD.

To enter, put on your creative thinking caps! In the comment section, let me know a word you would like to see depicted as a WordFriend or WordThing on the PBS WordWorld show.

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• Contest ends on Monday, December 15, 2008 at 11:59 PM CST.
• Winners will be chosen at my discretion based on the best answers to the above question and contacted by email.
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48 comments:

cupcake21 said...

My daughter loves to look and point at different colors. I would love to see episodes focusing on and spelling different colors!

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nanja said...

I would like to see APPLE and all fruits depicted as WordThings

Dee said...

oh YAY..this is so super cool! I think this show is great as is. Maybe different flowers? Or colors? Or shapes?

Thanks for the chance!

Tiffany said...

I'd like to see more animals....maybe zoo animals.
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RebekahC said...

My girls love WordWorld, and I think the creative concept behind it is excellent! I'd love to win this giveaway for them, so my suggestion for a new word character or word thing is UNICORN. My daughters both like unicorns, so I think it would be fun to see this one concept brought to life.

Thanks for the entry!
Rebekahc
littleminx@cox.net

Nad said...

I'd love to see a WordWorld about sea animals, with fish, dolphins, crabs, sharks, seaweed, etc as word characters.
Thanks for the giveaway!

treflea4 at gmail dot com

Aimee said...

My kids love WordWorld!! I think it'd be fun it they had an episode that focused on how to say words in different languages. That'd be fun!!

lonestar said...

My youngest loves trains so it would be cool to see TRAIN or even different train cars like engine, boxcar, tanker, caboose, and track, signal, etc.

I think they already have one with farm animals, which is another of his favorite things :).

Becky said...

I know this may sound a little strange but I would like to see the word Danger. It would be a great learning opportunity for the little ones.

Thanks so much!

valerie2350 said...

blogged it
http://sweeps4bloggers.blogspot.com/2008/12/brimfulcuriosities-word-world-giveaway.html

Thrifty and Chic Mom said...

My daughter would love a Word World Hippo or Rhino character we love Word World

The Jacobsen Family! said...

Word World is a fav @ our house. My eldest son LOVES alligators, so he'd flip to see an alligator on there!

nanja said...

Blogged this giveaway
http://nanja-nansplace.blogspot.com/2008/12/brimful-curiositiesword-world-giveaway.html

nanja[at]comcast[dot]net

- Marybeth I. said...

How about "chocolate". Yes, it is a long word but one that everyone should know!

Stacy said...

Recycle in the shape of recyclable items.

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jenny said...

wow this is realy neet i lovee to try and win this for my little one i think she find it to be realy neet and fun to play with also this kind of toy may help her with her talking .

Abby said...

How about an action one with words such as JUMP, RUN, or SNAP?

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Richard Maus said...

I think a smiley face character with little legs & arms would be cute.

Thanks for the opportunity,
Beth
reapingjoyATyahooDOTcom

Ashley said...

'doctor' or 'nurse' or anyone in the medical prof. would be interesting to teach young ones that they save lives!
ashlomb at yahoo dot com

klh said...

How about GIVE - my kids are really starting to grasp the idea of giving is = to or better than receiving!

ddurance said...

How about spot? It has several connotations.

Deidre

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Teresa said...

How about numbers? There is so much you could do with the word number!
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ilyssa said...

How about MUSIC? My son loves music and I haven't seen any shows/toys with that theme (although I admit we just found WordWorld recently). Thanks for the chance. lys76 at msn dot com

RE said...

What great products! I'd love to see words that inspire children to be aware of their carbon footprint, such as recycle, reuse, etc. Thanks for the great giveaway!