Competition: Win Miniland Science Kits

As I’ve mentioned before, my very first credit account to run a business came from DKL Marketing Ltd, distributors of the wonderful Hama Beads. Over the years we’ve worked closely with them and sell all their lovely toy ranges on PlayMerrily Toys. Recently, I’m delighted to have become their blogger on their brand new sparkly blog and am helping them out as they navigate the strange and weird world of Facebook and Twitter. They have a competition (which ends tomorrow night) on the DKL Talk About Toys blog to win a gorgeous tractor and digger garden toy which I highly recommend you enter.

I’m blogging there this week about using science kits with children, having tried out some of the Miniland Educational kits with the girls over the last few weeks.

Since we’ve just added the kits to PlayMerrily, I thought you might like a chance to win some here.

One lucky winner will receive a large kit (up to £24) of their choice plus one tinned kit of their choice from the PlayMerrily Miniland range and 4 further winners will receive random tinned kits from my stash. There is no cash alternative.

There is a Facebook album of kits on our page and you can like pictures of any kits that appeal to you. This will not make it more likely you win, but it might help me send you a prize you like if you do win!

To enter:-

Leave a comment in the box below with a valid email address (not published).

If you share this competition on Facebook, Twitter, G+ or a forum, leave another comment to let us know. You can also gain an extra entry by liking the Facebook page or following us on Twitter (links to these are on the top right of the site.) You are responsible for notifying us via separate comments of each share and join.

Competition is not open to employees of DKL Marketing LTD or PlayMerrily and is only open to residents of the United Kingdom.

Winners will be drawn (using WP Plugin And the Winner is…) on June 8th 2012. Competition closes at midnight 7th June 2012 and no entries after that time will be included.

Winner will have one week to contact us with a postal address; in the event of no contact, we will redraw.

Comments

  1. says

    Ooooooh wow how awesome do these kits look! The little tin ones look particularly good. If I don’t win these are going on my wish list :)

  2. carly says

    Hi I am already a fan of your page on FB, would love to win one of these for my eldest xx

  3. Fiona says

    What a great competition! The kits look great and, I think, my husband would love playing with one with our little girl :)

  4. Maggie says

    Ohhh I….I mean the children would love to get my….er…their hands on this!!! xx

  5. Michelle says

    They look jolly marvellous and we’d love to win. :oD You can never have enough science. (Liked fb page and shared blog post on fb also).

  6. says

    Science kits like this are fantastic and exactly what are needed to ensure this country has enough scientist and engineers in years to come! :-)

  7. Rachel says

    These remind me of kits I played with when little, but better! Would love one to okay with with my own little people. :-)

  8. Dorothee Archambault says

    Hi – as a kid. I used to love playing with this kind of toys! Would love to win it for my kids!
    @Dorothee77

  9. Chelseamamma says

    Wow, these look fabulous. Will definitely be investing in some of these to satisfy my little science geeks!

  10. Debbie Davis says

    Educational toys are a fun creative way for a child to gain knowledge and transfer skills later on in life.

  11. Sarah Norman says

    What a great selection of kits! They look like they would be fun for a huge variety of ages :)

  12. Lindsey Tomlinson says

    Should have liked and shared on Facebook – I’ve succesfully done this before to promote your site but appear to have regressed in my technical abililities today :-( Must try harder (seems to be a phrase I’ve seen written about me somewhere before!) ;o)