Monday, April 19, 2010

Septoys Review and Giveaway! ENDED

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My kids love building things.  I am pretty sure we have nearly every type of building blocks ever created!  One of their favorite things to do is have building contests and then Daddy and I judge their creations and pick a winner!  I was recently introduced to Septoys and talk about a load of fun!



Septoys is a family-owned company that developed these awesome blocks with 7 sides.  There are so many colors and shapes and the design possibilities are endless!!  My husband and all 3 of the older kids had such a blast making their creations and even our preschooler could have fun with them which was nice because he gets so frustrated with traditional blocks because he can't make the things that the older kids can make.  With Septoys, it didn't matter. Every creation is unique and they just had a blast playing with them and showing each other their creations.  They literally played with this for several hours the first night we had it and they have played with these blocks daily ever since.  Today after school they even brought some of their friends over to play with them because they wanted to share them!
Septoys was even awarded Dr. Toy's Best New Product Winner!  Children as well as adults can enjoy countless hours of fun with this great product!  Septoys has superior customer service and I sincerely believe you are going to be seeing the name Septoys a lot in the near future.  We say you would be CRAZY not to have at least one of this great product in your house!

Buy It!  You can purchase your own Septoys at http://www.septoys.com/ for $29.99

Win it!  The awesome people at Septoys is going to give one of you this awesome block set!

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Good luck! Winner will be chosen at random by random.org.  Last day to enter is May 3, 2010 at 11:59 a.m.
 
* This is my actual, true opinion of this product.  I was not paid to say any of these things.*

65 comments:

Traci66 said...

I learned that Septoys is committed to providing hours of play, creativity and fun for children and families.
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they won a dr. toy best picks new products award
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Isi and Jas' mom said...

I learned that they are good for teaching math/geometry
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Marci J said...

I learned that their unique mirror image design aids in the understanding of concepts such as symmetry, balance, and placement.
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skgaff said...

I learned the septoys have surface shapes such as trapezoids, triangles, rectangles and polygons that help introduce geometry concepts to children
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K said...

I learned septoys has pictures of both basic and advanced designs on their website to inspire you!

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Domestic Diva said...

I learned "The great creative potential of SepToys invites the builder to develop divergent thinking skills, all of this while having hours and hours of fun."

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There are no wrong ways to play with these toys! Endless possibilities - my son would love it.

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EmmysBoosAndRawrs said...

I learned that septoys can be used as learning tools for kids from preschool up through high school

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daunfamily said...

I learned that they're fun for kids and parents and a great math tool!
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Anonymous said...

I think it's a great idea to use the Septoys with high schoolers ("mathletes")--I would have loved to have access to something like these when I was that age!

Thanks for the chance to win!

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Shannon said...

I think it's cool that these can help kids learn about math and spatial relationships. What a great toy!

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septoys help introduce children to the concepts of geometry

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B. Wilson said...

Blocks help develop divergent thinking skills.

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I learned that they help instill geometry concepts in children's minds

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Adri said...

They are a Dr. Toy "Best Picks" new product winner!

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mbee said...

there's no single solution and no wrong way to build! i love that! my preschooler get's so frustrated with "regular" blocks because he struggles to copy his older brother's creations. my guys would have so much fun together playing with these!

Anonymous said...

I learned about all the different things you can build with this set, it looks like a lot of fun.


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DEBIJOT said...

SepToys is a family owned and operated company.

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Elise said...

I learned it can be educational for preschool, elementary, middle school, and even high school children!

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Their unique mirror image design aids in the understanding of concepts such as symmetry, balance, and placement.
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I learned that they help build vocabulary



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