Saturday, November 13, 2010

Hobo Mama Giveaway: Grow Smart Games My Pocket Games or I Spy Sensory Stick = winner's choice! {12.7; US/Can} CLOSED

This giveaway is now closed. View the winner here! Thank you all so much for entering!



This is a joint giveaway with Hobo Mama Reviews and Natural Parents Network. You may enter at one site only. Please find the section marked "Win it!" for the mandatory main entry and optional bonus entries.

Have Kids Will Travel special giveaway event at Hobo Mama ReviewsWILL TRAVEL special event: I am featuring a few special travel items for review and giveaway that I was able to use on my trip with my three-year-old son and eight-year-old niece this summer. If you win, you'll have your items in time for December holiday travel or Christmas gifts!

Grow Smart Games My Pocket Games with markerGrow Smart Games is offering my readers a giveaway of winner's choice of either a set of My Pocket Games or an I Spy Sensory Stick!

Grow Smart Games is a wonderful Etsy shop that exclusively features these two fun and entertaining, hand-crafted toys. The games promote learning, help children strengthen skills, and provide opportunities for interacting with others. Grow Smart Games believes that simple, old-fashioned games are still the best!

If you choose the I SPY SENSORY STICK (picture below), you'll receive a fun toy made of approximately 9" of clear heavy tubing, sealed at the ends and filled with Polybead pellets and 20 hidden items. As your child turns and shakes the tube, different hidden items emerge from between the pellets. A laminated list of hidden items is attached by ribbon. The I Spy Sensory Stick is recommended particularly for younger children and toddlers though can be enjoyed by children of all ages.

Grow Smart Games I Spy Sensory Stick


If you choose the MY POCKET GAMES, you'll get a pack of six laminated cards attached to a ring, along with a secured mini dry-erase marker to use that easily wipes off each page. Each card Grow Smart Games My Pocket Games boardshas a simple and fun game on one side, instructions on the opposite:

  • Hangman — guess the other player's word before the hangman is complete
  • The Alphabet Game — check off items you spy that start with each letter
  • Tic Tac Toe — three familiar boards for Xs and Os
  • Pipes — try not to run into each other as you draw lines
  • Dots and Boxes — compete to see how many boxes contain your initial
  • Make Your Own Game — a blank page to encourage extra creativity

Grow Smart Games My Pocket Games instructionsThe My Pocket Games is recommended for older children who can enjoy the games and was a huge hit with my eight-year-old niece, although even a three-year-old will love scribbling on the pages, as I found out! You might be able to direct a version of The Alphabet Game with a younger child as well.

We were able to test out both of these items in extreme conditions: namely, a beach vacation where it rained pretty much the whole week. Mikko used the I Spy Sensory Stick on the airplane, and both he and my niece used it in the cottage where we were marooned. In a restaurant with a looong wait for service, my niece and I kept each other entertained with rounds of My Pocket Games, and since then I've kept it handy for Mikko to draw on at will. He gets a kick out of having a "book" to write all over. Either of these toys would be great for keeping kids happily entertained during travel, a stint in a waiting room, restaurant outings, public transportation, or visits to relatives who would like something quiet and gentle to do with kids, such as at Grandma's house. (At least, such is the case with Mikko's grandmas.)

My take on the I Spy Sensory Stick

Grow Smart Games I Spy Sensory Stick boy and girl playingMy niece helped Mikko find the items in the I Spy Sensory Stick. I appreciated that the stick was an unusual shape for an I Spy game, which lent a fun new aspect. It's the right size and shape for a child's chubby fingers to hold.

The creator of the sticks uses items that are easily recognizable by kids including seashells, balls, animals, and shapes. Kids can find the items in random order or make the fun more challenging by trying to find the items in the order listed on the attached card.

You can give your kids extra challenges by removing the laminated card and asking them to find certain items listed, or make it even tougher by encouraging them to seek out a triangle, Grow Smart Games I Spy Stick items samplesomething that's orange, or something that starts with the letter C.

"The I Spy Sensory Stick provides opportunities to practice fine motor skills, word recognition, auditory processing, reading and building attention span. The sounds created as children shake, twist, and turn the tube are fun and engaging."

The only problem I had with our stick was sometimes the items inside got "stuck" a particular way, such as face-down, and I wasn't able to easily shake them back upright. I wonder if ours would have been a little easier with fewer beads, in that case, so that the items could move more freely. It didn't seem to bother the kids, though!

I really like the bright and bold objects that are hidden within. They're easy enough for even young children to identify. And the sound the stick makes as you shake it around is soothing. Games like this build attention span and observational skills, and I'm all over that.

My take on the My Pocket Games

Grow Smart Games My Pocket Games boy and girl playing
Mikko and my niece stay happy at the restaurant where no one wanted to bring our food.

Grow Smart Games My Pocket Games niece playing dots
My niece schools me in a game of Dots and Boxes.


I really enjoyed the My Pocket Games and think they'd be a great resource to slip into a purse, tote bag, or, well, pocket! The games are fun ones my mom always used to bust out on a napkin when we were bored waiting somewhere, so to have them pre-printed and laminated is such a convenience — plus, you don't have to remember the rules, because they're printed right there!

The marker is attached to the ring by its cap, so you don't have to remember to bring a pen, and we had no problems wiping the marks off after finishing a game.

I think elementary-age children through adults could be satisfactorily amused by My Pocket Games throughout a nice long wait!


BUY IT!


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You can buy My Pocket Games or I Spy Sensory Sticks online from the Grow Smart Games Etsy shop.

My Pocket Games come in different colors and sell for $5.50 for one, or $10 for two. They would be a great little present to slip into a stocking or as a bonus inside a larger package. Shipping is $1.75 for one to US or Canada or $0.50 with an additional item.

An I Spy Sensory Stick costs $8. Shipping is $3 for one to US or $3.25 to Canada or $1.25 to either with an additional item. An I Spy Sensory Stick would also be a fun stocking surprise!


WIN IT!


For your own chance to win either a My Pocket Games or an I Spy Sensory Stick from Grow Smart Games, A Prizey Pick buttonenter in the comments below! Contest is open to U.S. and Canada.

MAIN ENTRY: Visit the Grow Smart Games shop on Etsy and tell me whether you'll pick the My Pocket Games or I Spy Sensory Stick if you win!

Leave an email address in at least one of your comments if it's not clearly visible on your profile or linked web page so I can contact you if you win. (You can write it like this to foil spambots: mail {at} hobomama {dot} com or similar.)

This is a joint giveaway with Hobo Mama Reviews and Natural Parents Network, a new site co-founded by Lauren of Hobo Mama & Dionna of Code Name: Mama and intending to bring together those interested in attachment parenting and a natural lifestyle. You may enter at one site only, and we'll be recording IP addresses to ensure that there are no duplicate entries. That said, please do check out and enjoy both sites!


BONUS ENTRIES, to increase your chance of winning (leave a separate comment for each so I can count them all):

RULES:
  • Contest open to United States and Canadian mailing addresses only.
  • Contestants may enter at either Hobo Mama Reviews or Natural Parents Network but not both. Entries will be combined for the drawing of a single winner.
  • Leave each entry as a separate comment so I can count them all.
  • For actions like following and subscribing, if you already follow or subscribe, just let me know in your comment.
  • For tasks that garner you multiple entries, you can copy and paste the comment with a #1, #2, etc.
  • You don't have to do any of the bonus entries, but you do have to complete the first mandatory one.
  • I will pick the winner through Random.org after the contest closes and send an email notification. Leave an email address in your comment if it's not clearly visible on your profile or linked web page so I can contact you if you win. If I can't reach a winner or don't hear back within a couple days, I'll draw a new name.
  • Any questions, let me know: mail {at} HoboMama.com

Contest closes December 7 at 11:59 p.m. PST.


Disclosure: Grow Smart Games sent me a
My Pocket Games and I Spy Sensory Stick for review.
I try to seek out only products I think you would find
relevant and useful to your life as a natural parent.
If I don't like a product, I won't be recommending it to you.
That's how I roll. See my full disclosure policy here.

194 comments:

TopHat said...

I would choose the sensory stick! It would be perfect for times like lines at the DMV and airports!

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Julidette said...

How cute! I would love the My Pocket Games for my family. Thanks!
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shopannies said...

I would choose the my pocket games
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Liza767 said...

I Spy Sensory Stick

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Red said...

I'd pick the my pocket games

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Domestic Diva said...

I'd choose an sensory stick. Great stuff!

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Melissa Taylor said...

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I love both but I guess I'd go for the Pocket Games

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Nancy said...

like the sensory stick :)
good ideas!
thanks

Danelle said...

I would choose the I-spy Stick

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I hearted the I Spy Sensory Stick with Red endcaps-danellejohns

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Danelle said...

I would be giving it to my baby boy for Christmas. And again I am sure that his brothers and sister will play with it too.

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Momma Jorje said...

I would totally love to have the I Spy Sensory Stick (not the holiday themed one)!

I already like HM & NPN on FB. I am also subscribed to HM. I probably do other things on the list, but there you have it. Plus you have ways to contact me already. :-)

I don't know if you can see the pic well enough, but check out Learn With Nemo [With Wondertube] - my brother got this book for my daughter. It has paper pages (so she can't be left alone with the book), but it has a tube-shaped I Spy style tube at the top with items that relate to the story. You can spin it attached to the book or you can pop it off the book for a separate toy. Sasha LOVES it! We do too!

4babygem said...

I would pick the sensory stick. I've got 3 toddlers to get stocking stuffers for as well as my own babe so I think I would like to get a few of these as gifts for friends even if I don't win.

Miranda said...

I would pick My Pocket Games. What a cool thing to bring on a trip!

~SALLY~ said...

I would like to win the MyPocket games...for long car rides for my two year old. LOL!

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Martha said...

i would pick the I Spy Sensory Stick b/c we love to play I Spy. (mavans@gmail.com)

mverno said...

i would like the my pocket games
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Tess Fishburn said...

i'd chose the i spy sensory stick :)

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littlelatina said...

the stick for my son

Amber L. said...

I'd pick the I Spy Sensory Stick. It would be perfect at the Doctors office or at restaurants.

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My daughter would play it :)

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pinkveganmiso said...

I would choose the My pocket Games


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jenn said...

Sensory Stick!

Sarah said...

I think they both look fun! I am torn! In fact, just changed my mind and wrote down something else! Sensory stick for us!

darlanpaulsmamma said...

ok this is a tough decision - i will probably pick my pocket games
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Julie said...

I'd luv the MY POCKET GAMES:)

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The Brown Bunch said...

i would choose the I Spy Sensory Stick-my boys LOVE I Spy!

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Keri said...

I would choose the My Pocket game!

Keri said...

I would use the pocket games when we are out at a restaurant. Great idea to keep the little one busy!

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erin, maker of chimes said...

I'd pick the My Pocket Games - Red - great backseat game for siblings

erin, maker of chimes said...

I'd let my little one and my niece play with it

mamipdx said...

i would choose the stick for my toddler.

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both my kids would use it.

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clenahan said...

Tough question as I love both! I think if I need to make a decision, I will take the sensory stick:)

herent said...

I would choose one of the my pocket games, my 8 year old and 3 year old could both enjoy it.
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Pickled Pandas said...

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Sensory stick, most definitely!

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my sons would use it!

Mrs. Olsen said...

I'd choose the I Spy Stick. I really like the games but they are still a little too advanced for my girls. rebolsen at gmail dot com

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I hearted the Sensory Sticks as Charming Violet. rebolsen at gmail dot com

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I hearted Grow Smart Games as Charming Violet. rebolsen at gmail dot com

Mrs. Olsen said...

My daughter 3 year old daughter will use this.

oona. said...

I would choose the Sensory Stick, the Christmas one is adorable!
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Anonymous said...

I would select the sensory stick! kimbarsness(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Love the pocket games!!! trishbazin(@)yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to have this for my two daughters I think that it would be a lifesaver while waiting at drs.
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I would def pick the my pocket games!

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this would go to my little brothers!

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Becky said...

My 16-month-old daughter would be entertained by the I Spy Stick for a while. I love the cards, but don't want to wait until she's old enough to enjoy them! bluemelon1@yahoo.com

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AEK said...

I would choose the sensory stick.
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Abi said...

I would choose the i spy stick. What a great product. Thanks for sharing.
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I would definitely pick the i spy game.

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One with many names said...

I would select the pocket games options for sure, my daughter would love those!

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Jessica said...

I would choose the sensory stick!

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would give my prize to my kids if i win!
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DT said...

I would choose the I Spy stick!

DT said...

My 2.5 year old daughter would love the I Spy stick. She would be the one using it until her little sister is older.

Anonymous said...

I would pick the sensory stick for my toddler classroom. It would be a great activity for when the children first arrive in the morning!
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Sarah said...

I'd pick the I Spy Sensory Stick.

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Angela said...

I would get the My Pocket Games
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My son would use this if I won!
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Edie said...

I would choose the I Spy Sensory Stick! I have a 2 year old that would love to point things out!

Julie L. said...

I would get the I Spy Sensory Stick. My 2 year old loves the I Spy books.
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Anonymous said...

I would love the I Spy Stick. It's such a neat idea.
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I would totally love an I Spy stick for my little guy!

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Hearted the Christmas I Spy Stick

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Kaye said...

I would choose the My Pocket Games.

Kaye said...

These would be for my son

amy said...

I would choose the take along games. They look fun.

michelle said...

we love the i spy sensory stick!

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Carolyn said...

I'd choose the My Pocket Games!

Thanks

Carolyn said...

The My Pocket Games would be for my nephew!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Kristie said...

I would choose the Christmas I Spy Sensory Stick if I won.

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Anonymous said...

I would choose My Pocket Games for my nephews! Thanks for the giveaway!

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FDP 4 Life said...

i would choose the i spy sensory stick if it won
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Tylerpants said...

I'd pick a I Spy Sensory Stick for my son. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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Alicia C. said...

I will definitely pick the I Spy Sensory Stick - I've got a toddler who loves that kind of thing.

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I <3 Grow Smart Games on Etsy

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I <3 the Christmas Sensory Stick at Grow Smart Games on Etsy

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Alicia C. said...

My 2 y.o. son will be the recipient, but I wouldn't put it past his 12 y.o. brother and 15 y.o. stepbrother to play with it too!

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Bakersdozen said...

I would choose the sensory stick. It would be great for car rides. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

Gianna said...

I would choose the I Spy Sensory Stick.

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Gianna said...

I hearted the Christmas I Spy Sensory Stick - great Stocking Stuffer, user name gkran.

Gianna said...

It would be for my twins :)

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