This is my third giveaway on this blog and a very exciting one for anyone with children. The Singapore based toy site Right To Learn will give one lucky reader a toy or selection of toys of their choice to the valued of SG$26. Right To Learn have an extensive range of educational toys as well as Montessori materials. There are many puzzles, science kits, I.Q games and interesting Montessori materials like sandpaper letters and wooden colour boxes which help children recognise different colours.

Right To Learn occasionally do road shows around Singapore but the most convenient way to browse their toys is to visit the site. I have purchased some great toys for birthday presents as well as for travelling and they are always a bit hit.

All you have to do to enter the giveaway is visit the site to select a toy that you would like. Add a comment after this post stating your selection and a reason why you like that particular item.

For one extra entry you can:
1. Follow this blog
2. Follow me on twitter (my user name is millysmix)
3. Subscribe to this blog

4.For two extra entries you can write about this giveaway on your blog, with a link here as well as to Right To Learn. Six maximum entries per person.

Please make sure you leave your email address in your comment so that I can contact you if you are the winner. The draw will be made by random.org on Tuesday 9th June.

This giveaway is open to international readers.

Good Luck!

20 comments

Alice Phua said... @ May 26, 2009 at 2:30 AM

This is my 1st entry. My email address is alicephua79@yahoo.com or alicephua79@gmail.com

The toy that I like is the Blocks Train (25 pieces) because of its cute design and that it provides suitable activities (sorting, pushing, pulling, matching) for a toddler up to around 4-5 years old - exactly the age that my son is going to be already. I'm pretty sure he will like this toy if I get to win this!

Dominique said... @ May 26, 2009 at 3:14 AM

I would like the River Crossing ThinkFun
Have already subscribed to your blog, am following you on twitter and follow this blog.

Anonymous said... @ May 26, 2009 at 3:18 AM

I would like to have the Music Detachable Xylophone for my son. He loves to music and he loves to beat at things. This xylophobe would suit him nicely. Thanks.

From: cyso1222@yahoo.com

Anonymous said... @ May 26, 2009 at 3:44 AM

I would like to have the Wooden Peg and Hammer-Knocking for my boy. He is very energetic and this toy would serve well to channel his energy. And I can train him early as an hands-on guy. Thank you. :)

From: cyso1222@yahoo.com

Celine said... @ May 26, 2009 at 5:42 AM

I'm a silent reader of yr blog! I hv also subscribe to yr blog.

Would like to have Anatomy 4D Puzzle HUMAN BODY for my kids. It will be a fun and educational way for them to learn abt human body.

Email add: flowysg@yahoo.com.sg

Alice Phua said... @ May 26, 2009 at 7:22 PM

This is my 2nd entry. My email address is alicephua79@yahoo.com or alicephua79@gmail.com. I have already clicked to follow this blog.

I like the Alphabet Train (Chunky Wood) because it provides a fun and colourful way for a toddler to learn alphabets, alphabet sequences and what word each alphabet can stand for - all in a hands-on manner (since my little boy has very short attention span with books!).

CanCan (Mom Most Traveled) said... @ May 26, 2009 at 11:27 PM

I like the wooden bread basket and the wooden scooping balls...the dressing frames are lovely as well! :)

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CanCan (Mom Most Traveled) said... @ May 26, 2009 at 11:29 PM

I'm following you on twitter! I'm @MomMostTraveled

mnhl said... @ May 27, 2009 at 12:23 AM

Hi, Glad that I found your blog and am interested to win something for my son who is currently 2 yr 8 mth :)
I like the Wooden Toy Bricks ($25.90). My son likes to play with puzzle and blocks and with this toy, it will definately keep him busy for a while. Puzzle are ideal to expand toddlers creativity and built up their confidence and patient.
I've subscribe your blog and my e-mail mnhl@hotmail.com

mnhl said... @ May 27, 2009 at 12:49 AM

This is my 2nd entry. I've wrote about this post in my blog. Have also posted your blog and Right to Learn website in my blog. You are most welcome to visit my blog at anytime :)
http://mnhldiary.blogspot.com

Sandra said... @ May 28, 2009 at 2:51 AM

Hi!
I have been following your blog for a long time. I have a direct link to it on my own blog here: http://cinqptitsgremichons.blogspot.com/
I just recently wrote a post about toys in Singapore and had included the R2Learn website. I will mention this give-away. Although it's in French I have quite a lot of bilingual readers from Singapore!
I'm interested in the sensory touch feel and find or the sound cylinders - I remember playing with them as a child and I loved them. Also I never got up to making my own set...!

Sandra said... @ May 28, 2009 at 6:42 PM

Here it is, blog updated!
http://cinqptitsgremichons.blogspot.com/2009/05/jouer-lire-et-bricoler-singapour-et.html
I forgot to say I am the proud mom of four aged 11, 9, 4 and 4months.

Alice Phua said... @ June 2, 2009 at 12:38 AM

This is my 3rd entry. My email address is alicephua79@yahoo.com or alicephua79@gmail.com. I have already followed you on twitter and my twitter username is alicephua at http://twitter.com/alicephua

The toy I like is Monkey/Bananas Math Balance because it provides a fun and yet practical way for preschoolers to picture, learn and understand the concept of addition and balancing the amount on one side to the other side's amount.

Celine said... @ June 2, 2009 at 10:18 PM

This is my second entry. I like the Wooden Toy Bricks ($25.90) for my younger boy. My son would love to explore as he did with other puzzles.

Alice Phua said... @ June 3, 2009 at 2:31 AM

This is my 4th entry. My email address is alicephua79@yahoo.com or alicephua79@gmail.com. I have already subscribed to your blog.

I like the Gamewright Cards- K-9 Capers because it looks like a fun indoor game that doesn't take too long to finish considering my son has short attention span.

Alice Phua said... @ June 3, 2009 at 7:35 PM

This is my 5th entry. My email address is alicephua79@yahoo.com or alicephua79@gmail.com. I have already blogged about this toy giveaway with links to your posting, your blog (home) and Right to Learn. My blog's posting is at http://juanorandmommy.blogspot.com/2009/06/great-toy-giveaway-at-singapore-kids.html

I like the Kinder Music Instruments Set 1 because it provides a variety of cause-and-effect actions for an infant/toddler to experience with.

Alice Phua said... @ June 4, 2009 at 9:17 PM

This is my 6th and last entry. My email address is alicephua79@yahoo.com or alicephua79@gmail.com. I have already blogged about this toy giveaway with links to your posting, your blog (home) and Right to Learn. My blog's posting is at http://juanorandmommy.blogspot.com/2009/06/great-toy-giveaway-at-singapore-kids.html

I also like the Hoppers Thinkfun because I can foresee my hubby, my little boy and myself spending quality time together as a family playing this indoor game while at the same time allows my little boy to stimulate his thinking skills.

Anonymous said... @ June 8, 2009 at 8:44 AM

Hi - I'm Cathy. For my first entry (on my son's 2nd birthday :O) I have chosen the Stacking Domino ($12.90) combined with the 3D Dog Puzzle ($12.90).

I like the stacking donimo as it allows for experimentation and develops problem solving skills. It's also great for fine motor skills development too - kids just love threading/stacking! ...not to mention the satisfaction when they somehow work out how to pop them all on! There is a variation in the local doctor's surgery and it always holds my son's attention... and mine!

The 3D puzzle reminds me of the puzzles I hand painted and, cut and sanded myself as a Uni student - long gone are those days!

Cathy cathyhalkett@hotmail.com

Anonymous said... @ June 8, 2009 at 8:48 AM

One more (as an avid blog follower) on my son's birthday...

I like the Magnetic Mighty Minds tiles set as it provides children with the opportunity to really explore shapes. By providing templates to put the shapes onto, it shows the children diffferent ways that shapes can be used. This then follows on to the children exploring themselves and discovering new ways to put shapes together to create different scenes/pictures.

I like the fact that it is magnetic as something different... It is suitable for travelling - yay! and it can also be popped on the fridge!

Cathy cathyhalkett@hotmail.com

playmobil farm said... @ May 10, 2011 at 3:23 AM

This will surely be liked by babies. It's color and everything is just perfect for them.

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