Monday, February 27th, 2012
For the next six weeks, I’m teaming up with Today’s Parent, Mom Central, LEGO® DUPLO® and twenty other Canadian bloggers to take part in a 30 Days of Play challenge! When I was first invited to join the campaign, unsure if LEGO® DUPLO® brand was a “safe” toy for my children to play with, I had to do some research. To my surprise the blocks and figures do not contain any PVC, lead, phthalates and BPA.
Building towers whether out of LEGO, wooden blocks or rolls of toilet paper is what keeps my boys busy everyday. Traditionally LEGO isn’t known as a “super fun” toy to play with but for my children who don’t have a lot of battery operated toys – building and imaginative play has become their specialty and we always have so much fun coming up with new ways to play.
LEGO® DUPLO® has partnered with Today’s Parent for one of their largest and most exciting campaigns ever. Each day, from February 27th through April 10th, LEGO® DUPLO® will be sharing one new way to play. Canadian moms can check the Today’s Parent website each weekday to see a new “play challenge” they can tackle with their little ones. Moms will also be able to submit their own “play challenge” for the chance to win a trip for four to LEGOLAND® Parks (Florida or California) valued at $5,900 and have their play idea featured in the calendar! Details:
I’ll be sharing 20-30 pictures of my boys building and completing their daily play challenge so make sure you’re following me on twitter, facebook, pinterest and instagram and definitely join me by taking part in the 30 day challenge as well!
It all starts today and kicks off with a Twitter party tonight that you won’t want to miss! We’ll be chatting about everything play from tips for inspiring your little ones to believe in a world of endless possibility, to imaginative play ideas to keep play fresh and engaging…AND 6 people are going to win a Lego prize worth $150! Please join me tonight (Monday, February 27th) at 8:30pm EST on Twitter using the hashtag #LegoDuplo. No need to RSVP, but make sure you read through the Contest Rules to ensure you’re eligible.