Friday, 1 April 2011

Competition: Win a Create-a-World game

Create-A-World is a new game that has just hit the UK and Mummy Alarm has managed to get her hands on one to give away.



There's nothing more powerful than a child's imagination: it helps children to learn, tell stories, and explore their potential. So why not let your little ones take a break from their hi-tech games and the television and give them the opportunity to create their very own imaginary world? Create-A-World is a fun, colorful, and innovative game has just hit the UK market. This wonderful multipurpose imagination game provides an endless range of playing options and ideas, making it easy for children to express their thoughts and act out stories. It includes 60 colorful, handmade playing pieces made from high-quality felt. The pieces include: animals, vehicles, fairy-tale characters, and many, many more. Children can combine their favourites to make scenes such as crocodiles climbing trees and princesses driving tractors, the possibilities are endless. The game is perfect for both boys and girls and allows children to play independently or with friends, there are no rules or boundaries. You can even save space by hanging it from their bedroom wall as a unique and ever-changing decoration. Create-A-World will retail at £49.95 and will be available from Amazon.

To be in with a chance of winning a Create-A-World game simply enter your details here and leave a comment below telling me how your little one's world would look like.

The closing date of the competition is 22/04/2011
The winner will be chosen at random.
The winner's name will be shown on this page.
Competition is open to residents of the UK only.
The prize is non-refundable and cannot be transferred. No cash alternative is available

The Prize Finder - UK Competitions

And the winner is...

Jenny Kearney

Congratulations - I'll be in touch shortly!

62 comments:

  1. The link won't open :( my son would LOVE this - though I suspect his world would be full of "Daddy, train, truck, rainbow" since those are his favourites this month!

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  2. Hi Elizabeth,

    Sorry for the inconvenience. The link should work now. Good luck

    Carolin x

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  3. I love the concept behind this game because it really encourages creativity.

    I asked my son how his world would look and he said:
    Fat, with lots of houses ...
    and crocodiles which bite people ...
    with a rope to save them ...
    and a volcano that erupts ...
    lots of people who would pop out of the top ...
    but they wouldn't be hurt by the lava ...
    because they are special and have super powers!

    And that is just to start with :) He has quite an imagination.

    I think he would love being able to create a new world or story every day

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  4. OK..my two boys, aged 6 and 7...
    -volcanoes, caves, castles, bases!
    -a sky that is full of planets and aliens flying in spaceships, rockets and flying saucers!
    -goodies and baddies - and the goodies always win cos they have better special powers!!! (goodies include Ben 10, Luke Skywalker, Doctor Who and Spiderman!
    -dinosaurs, aliens, monsters!!!!

    My two girls, aged 5 and 3. Their world would be very different...

    -full of fields with flowers and candy floss trees!
    -castles, palaces, toad stool houses...
    -unicorns, talking animals, princesses, princes, fairies!
    -Angelina Ballerina, Hello Kitty, Peppa Pig and In the Night Garden characters would live there!
    -shops selling cup cakes and lollipops!
    -the sun would shine every day and have a huge smile on it's face. The clouds would be fluffy and made of cottonwool and the stars would twinkle and have smily faces too!

    WOW enjoyed that - got quite carried away! I guess I just pick up all these little things whilst playing with the kids and reading them stories! I wish I was a child again!!!

    Great comp (as always). Look forward to hearing from your blog xxx

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  5. My Emma prefers world in pink! She wants to be a good fairy and live in the castle with handsome prince and with mummy and daddy and with her best friend Sarah!

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  6. My toddler would have a world filled with cars and trees...two of his favourite things!!

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  7. my daughter would love this. My daughters would definately feauture the castle and princesses!

    @ashlallan

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  8. Lovely giveaway :)
    It would be full of pink princesses, fairies, cinderellas , gold shoes, tiaras... you get the picture lol xx

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  9. My little one said her world would be full of fluffy cakes and bouncing bunnies and queens and butteflies...and lots of mummies too

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  10. My 3-year old son's world would be full of lorries, cars, tractors, trains. It would also have lots of different animals, and people that help us.

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  11. My little boy's world would be full of superheros who save the day.

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  12. My little one loves giraffes and cars so hopefully his create a world could accommodate this!

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  13. my daughter's world would have castles and princesses, elves and dinosaurs and scary hairy bears!

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  14. How cool?! Well at the moment my sons obsessions are dinosaurs, volcanoes and under-the sea animals so I think we'd have a pretty eclectic world!

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  15. my little boy would create a racing track with racing cars, and he would be a racing driver!!

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  16. pink candyfloss, a big wheel to ride on and dont forget the unicorns!!

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  17. my little girl would be a princess in a castle in a forest with a dragon for a pet
    Paula Virgo x

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  18. My daughter would love this! She would probably create a world with bears and princesses live together - oh, and Mario!

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  19. My boy's world would be full of trains!

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  20. My girls world would be full of princesses and castles

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  21. it would be tidy with princess' penguins and michael jackson would be in charge (out of the mouth of a 4 year old lol)

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  22. I suspect my son's world would be full of cars, spaceships and dinosaurs, or even dinosaurs driving spaceships and cars!

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  23. My 3 year old daughter's world would be pink and purple with sparkles. There would be a house for Peppa and she would live next door. And there would be a park with swings and a big area to ride her bike.

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  24. My daughters world would be full of animals and sunshine!

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  25. It would be very pink and full of flowers, kittens and lovehearts

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  26. My little boy loves "Mr Blooms Nursery" with the singing vegetables in it so he'd probably make something like a big bright garden with a big sun, flowers, grass, animals and of course veggies!! Hoping the programme will encourage him to keep eating his veg!

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  27. My daughter's world would include lots of tiny, white rabbits, a swing and a slide, all the Teletubbies and In The Night Garden characters!

    @maisietoo

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  28. my little ones world would be pink, full of sparkles and magic.

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  29. My nearly-2 year old would probably go for a world full of Peppa Pig and fairies!

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  30. Basically my little nieces world would be pink fairytales and cute animals.

    Thanks for the lovely giveaway xx

    @medsdemon

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  31. A themepark made entirely out of sweets! Talking animals, princesses and knights in shining armour

    I've entered my details.

    Thanks

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  32. My 4 year old boy would definetely include dinosaurs and some jungly bits.

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  33. For my son it would be all about trains and footballs as hes mad on both!

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  34. My little ones world would be full of bubbles, chocolate and cute furry animals x

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  35. My daughters would both love this. I would say it would be half pink and sparkly the other full of animals and rainbows

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  36. My little girls and boys would be full of animals and dinosaurs!

    Ive entered my details @kikicomp

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  37. I have two boys of 4 and 2. Hopefully they would play nicely together and it was be very busy, a few car crashs, animals fighting, roads in the air.
    i entered my details, thanks for giveaway
    @vickyd4v3

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  38. Our Granddaughters world at 30 months will and has have the following.

    Chalk
    Paving slabs for said chalk
    tea set - fifi
    These animals to take to bed. Doggy, Hello Kitty, Zingzilla girl, Scooby doo.
    Pasta (Penne) but only with Tesco Mickey Mouse saurce
    Dip Dip (Granddads home made chips with Heinz Ketchup)
    Lego
    Paper and pencil
    Ice cream in a cornet
    Smarties
    Peppa Pig

    That is her total world at 30 months.We all envy her.

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  39. My Little boys world would be full of monsters playing football !

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  40. Steam Locomotives with happy smiley faces
    people flying around on magic carpets
    chocolate fountains in every park
    and free ice cream for everyone!

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  41. My little ones world would be full of pooh bear and his friends!

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  42. Given the chance my daughters world would consist mainly of girls (still refusing to accept that the new baby may be a boy), dressed in pink, with Daddy running around cleaning, cooking, gardening etc whilst Mummy sits with her feet and bump up.

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  43. I reckon my sons world would have trains and cars and playparks galore plus a never ending kitchen supply of grapes and cheese

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  44. i think my daughters would would include food that rained from the sky! hehe

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  45. my little girl said she would love it if everything in the world could be pink and furry and there would be sweeties everywhere!

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  46. Pink, fluffy, sparkly and full of puppies :)
    @lillyfer85

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  47. 5 years old and already knows more about the solar system than his nan! So a house on a planet would be right up his street!

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  48. My 7 year old loves storytelling and has a very wild imagination so she would love this! Her world would have fairy tale characters and animals!

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  49. Thanks for the comp...again, my little girl's world would be princesses in dresses all the way!

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  50. Pink and sparkly with plenty of princesses and mermaids!

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  51. My daughter Tiana's world would be very bright and colourful and as she loves animals it would be full of them.

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  52. My 2 year old son would love to do this with his big sis who's 8. Their world would be full of butterflies, dinosaurs, buzz and woody, planets and stars and mummy, daddy and their older brother and sister :)

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  53. I have two little boys - the eldest's world would be full of superheroes, dinosaurs, jungle animals etc - the youngests would be full of cartoon characters, animals, cars, trains and planes.

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  54. My son's world would have lots of crocodiles in, and a castle where the people live x

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  55. In Tillie's world there would be
    the Moon, cheese, cucumber, upsy daisy and Igglepiggle x

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  57. For my little girl it will all be flowers, blue skies, lots of trees and birds. (@pandcands on Twitter)

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  58. Well, my 4 (nearly 5) year old boy would have a very harmonious world, full of smiles, toys, flowers, friends, playgrounds, swimming pools, sunshine and everyone would love and get along with each other (and we would probably all have to eat proper spaghetti as well).

    @ossiesheep on twitter

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