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More Than A Toy: Bucket of Toys Giveaway (Ended)

What do your toys do for your kids? Most moms are interested in buying toys for their children that do more than simply entertain them. Studies demonstrate that play with the right toys can help children become more creative and make sense of their thoughts, feelings, and life experiences. If you have the right toys, your child can easily express what is on his or her mind.

Dr. Amy Wickstrom, play therapist and founder of More Than a Toy, has hand-picked toys that you can use to encourage your child’s social and emotional development. The bucket’s contents include Crayola crayons, pad of paper, child-safe scissors, package of glue sticks, Play-Doh, silly putty, a baby doll, play money, and more.

For a limited time, More Than a Toy is also giving away a free copy of the “Let’s Talk Toys” ebook to
anyone who signs up for the More Than a Toy newsletter at http://www.morethanatoy.com. Written by Dr. Amy, the ebook talks about which toys are good for expressing which emotion and toys that you should avoid. It will help you learn how to best use the toys in the toy bucket!

For those who need extra help with their children, Dr. Amy offers a 6 week online PlayWorks course. This online parenting class includes access to short, inspiring podcasts, real videotaped play therapy sessions, fun family activities, a parenting journal, and more!

It’s designed to be done on your own schedule in quick and easy, bite-size pieces. For less than the cost of a single counseling session, you can discover why so many parents fail in their effort to connect with their children and eliminate their bad behavior. It’s time to get serious about parenting, and it’s time to make it fun.

The Giveaway

One lucky winner will receive a bucket of handpicked toys that nurture emotional and social growth. The bucket’s contents include Crayola crayons, pad of paper, child-safe scissors, package of glue sticks, Play-Doh, silly putty, a baby doll, play money, and more.

To Enter:

You Must! Visit MoreThanAToy.com and let us know why you’d like to win! Don’t forget to sign up for their newsletter while you’re there for a free copy of “Let’s Talk Toys” ebook!

For Extra Entries: (optional.. leave a separate link for all extra entries you do)

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  • Contest Ends 4/1
  • U.S. Residents Only
  • Comments not adhering to the rules will be deleted
  • Good Luck

100 COMMENTS

  1. I would like to win because it contains items that my kids would use together and sit and interact with each other and that helps them to become closer while they are beign creative. Thanks
    carolwegs at gmail dot com

  2. would love this for my daughter, love how they think we should not spend excessive amounts of money on our children

  3. I would love to win because I know my son and daughter would love this. I like them to have toys that inspire creativity.
    hafner611{AT}gmail{DOT}com

  4. I want to win because I have a nephew who’d really appreciate these items as a gift…and I’d be his favorite aunt, at least temporarily.

  5. Why I would like to win,,Ive got 8 grandbabies an they have birthdays coming up an these are good toys for them

    vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

  6. The free week sample of Playworks is pretty neat and this would be helpful for birthdays.
    lazybones344 at gmail dot com

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