Thursday, 7 October 2010

Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes Review and Giveaway!

Last weekend we spent a lot of time playing this wonderful game together as a family. Daddy first thought it would not be for him, but after seeing how excited Isabelle was, he agreed. It can be played with 2 - 4 players and there are two versions. One for younger children, which we finished up playing, and one for the older ones. First you spread out all the cards of the body parts (with the coloured spots sides up). Then the youngest player spins the spinner and according to the colour he can choose a card matching the colour on the spinner. The winner is the first player who collects all 8 cards on his game board. First we tried the harder version, where you have to guess first what is going to be on the card and if you guess correctly, than the card is yours, but it just seemed too difficult for Isabelle. We finished up having a lot of  fun time playing the easier version, more suitable for her age group. It's a great game for practicing body parts, colours and memory.

Competition

I have some great news for you. Orchard toys have agreed to give one copy of Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes away to one lucky winner!

How to enter?
  1. Follow my blog with Google Friend Connect and
  2. Comment on what is your or your child's favourite game
  3. For an extra entry mention this competition on Twitter including @Kahanka in the tweet and don't forget to come back here and let me know you did so.
If you are an All Baby Advice follower already, don't forget to comment on what is your or your child's favourite game.


Terms and Conditions:
  • The closing date of the competition is 22/10/2010
  • The winner will be chosen at random from all entrants.
  • The winner's name will be made available on this page.
  • Competition is open to residents of the UK and Ireland only.
  • The prize is non-refundable and cannot be transferred. No cash alternative is available.

And the winner is:
@Beckicklesie
 
Congratulations, can you pls e-mail me your name and address (allbabyadvice@yahoo.co.uk) or dm on twitter (@Kahanka)

    22 comments:

    1. I'm already following you and I've RT! My lad actually loves head, shoulders, knees and toes! But he loves hide and seek best.

      It's hilarious - he thinks you can't see him when he puts his hands over his eyes, so he always wins! ;)

      Becca x

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    2. I already follow!
      My son loves to play hide and seek in our house, but he doesn't quite 'get' the game yet! He'll 'hide' just under a cushion or somewhere very open and giggle away to himself, or if he's seeking, he'll look at where the person's going! bless him!!!

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    3. I follow and I will tweet @lauracymft. My son loves snakes and ladders although he doesn't like landing on the snakes LOL

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    4. Was I not already following? Oops, am now! You are in my google ready though :-)
      My son's favourite game is Tummy Ache also by Orchard toys - head shoulders knees and toes is on his Christmas list!

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    5. Also tweeted "Just entered this fab comp over @Kahanka 's blog http://bit.ly/crEN2k "

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    6. already follow.. the BD's favourite game is playing teasets with her dollies and LM likes his trains and tracks... Amazing how that happens, boys and girls, they choose...

      RT coming right up!

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    7. I'm already following you. DD's fav game is playing shops at the mo. I'm off to RT this for you as well
      @mumsurviveguide

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    8. Already following! My boy's only 9 months old, so his favourite game seems to be taking his shoes off and eating them!

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    9. I've tweeted too @superluckydi - and your comp will feature in my Blog comp round up at http://super-lucky.blogspot.com tomorrow too!

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    10. There is an 11year age gap between my toddler and the youngest of her big sisters. My toddlers favourite game is 'Disney Trivial Pursuit'. She doesn't have any idea about the rules but loves to move the disney themed counters around the board and watch the dvd question clips when her very accommodating big sisters play!
      Already a follower of your blog x

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    11. My son is 15 months old and likes nothing better than a good game of "Round and Round the Garden!" Instead of doing it on his hands, we do it on his very ticklish belly which results in fits of giggles!! xxx

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    12. already follow. Favourite game with the baby is chase - she crawls away giggling and I chase her, then she chases me once I've caught her!

      Will RT as liveotherwise :)

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    13. Following! Our favourite game at the moment is Crazy Chefs by Orchard Toys :-)

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    14. I'm following. My daughter's favourite game is pretending to be a doctor, checking my heart with her plastic stethoscope, bandaging me up with scarves and telling me I need to go to bed - which is fine by me ;0)

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    15. My 2 year old daughter's favourite game is to pretend to go to sleep, then open her eys and say "good morning". She does it again and again! She also loves her talking and singing puppy.
      Have tweeted @maisietoo.

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    16. I'm alreay a follower and on twitter. My 3yo's favourite game is hide and seek. He's giggles too much to be any good at it but he loves it.

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    17. Hiya. I am already a follower and I will retweet in a moment.

      We love Orchard toys, they are the best fun for learning and playing at the same time. The ons that the kids come back to time and time again is the shopping game. The girls also really like the Noahs ark matching game.

      Thanks, Mich x

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    18. Have RT'd @goriami, another favourite game my son has is pretending to be a construction worker, and driving the digger (AKA Large cardboardbox i painted yellow..) around to pick up the rubble (aka Lego bricks!) Well it gets the toys off the floor :)

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