Block Set GIVEAWAY!

Published on: December 10, 2014

Filled Under: Giveaways/Reviews, Guest Speakers

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Our December guest speaker is sponsoring this month’s giveaway. Dr. Drew has donated a B36 Starter Set, a value of $25. This set includes 36 blocks of kiln dried, North American beech; each block is 3″ x 2″ x 1/2″, with a beautiful natural grain.drewsblockslogo

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Enter below for a chance to win. Each task you do is another entry for yourself in the drawing! Complete the task and then click that you did it. Tweeting on Twitter and sharing on Facebook can be done DAILY. Other entries are once per giveaway. *NOTE* This giveaway runs from 12/10/14 until 12/17/14 (Ending @ 12:00am EST).

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4 Responses to Block Set GIVEAWAY!

  1. Lorelei Rein says:

    There are 3 classic sets. I would use these blocks with my preschoolers. One child in particular would benefit from having something to keep little hands busy with something “constructive” at the times when other students are doing activities that are not developmentally appropriate for this child.

  2. Lorinda Bergstein says:

    Looking at the website I saw 3 classic sets: 12 pack cubes, 64 pack cubes, and 72 pack blocks. All three come with storage bags. I would love to have a set (or more) of Dr. Drew’s Discovery Blocks…the possibilities of creating towers and buildings and structures of all kinds…the children would have unlimited possibilities because their imaginations would be engineering the ideas. Open play blocks would be wonderful to allow the children be engineers and see what they can create.

  3. Julie says:

    I found 3 classic sets. I would use these blocks to watch my niece and nephew create and build towers and build whatever their minds imagine!

  4. Ashley Ramsammy says:

    There are 3 classic sets. I would use them to build upon creativity, eye-hand coordination, fine motor skills, and possibly math skills.

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