Keeping Kids Creative Mega Bloks Giveaway (US/CAN) #CreativeKids

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Keeping Kids Creative Mega Bloks Giveaway

Keeping Kids Creative

National Keep Kids Creative week is the last week of September. As a teacher, I love celebrating efforts to get kids involved in being creative. Whether it’s art or creative play, I’m a huge fan. Mama-Nibbles and Life With Two Boys are hosting the Keeping Kids Creative event. The goal is to showcase products that help keep kids creative all year long!

The event runs through September 30th and all of the participating blogs are offering great prizes to promote creative kids. Thanks to sponsors BabbaCo, Green Kid Crafts, Kelly Kits, PowerCapes, Bannor Toys, We Can Too, and Kat and Company there are also 3 grand prizes up for grabs.

Win Mega Bloks Lil’ Vehicles

I recently reviewed the Mega Bloks Lil’ Vehicles and now you have the chance to win your own Dylan Dump Truck and Sonny School Bus. Blocks and imaginative play are great ways to keep kids creative! Even more exciting is the fact that I will be choosing 2 winners! Each winner will receive both vehicles!

To enter for your chance to win, please use the form below. The giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents, 18 and up. The giveaway will end at 11:59pm EST on September 30th. Once you’ve entered here, check out the other great giveaways! Good luck!

This giveaway has ended, you can find information on the winner on the Winners Wall of Fame page!

Formula Mom Disclosure: Keeping Kids Creative hosts and bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who fail to fulfill their prizes. While not responsible, they will make efforts to assist winners in obtaining prizes.


  1. Christina says

    I look for toys that hold up well, first. Then I love toys that will interest my younger toddler but that will grow with her (something she won’t lose interest in or grow out of quickly).

    (left on the other post too)

  2. Chelsea says

    I look for durable, educational, and dual purpose toys! (otherwise they don’t last very long til they’re in the goodwill pile)

  3. Beth R says

    I think they need to be durable and educational. If it doesn’t hold up, it won’t last long in this household and it defintely love to have some learning

  4. Sherry Compton says

    Toys should be made well enough to handle their “crashes” but they also have to be fun for the kids. I love it when toys come in easy to open packages or with no assembly required. : )

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