Thursday, 23 July 2015

GoldieBlox Construction Toys for Girls Giveaway! #SLHFeaturedThursdays

Do you:

Have a girl child? Check.

A girl child who likes to build? Check.

Do you live near an ALDI supermarket? Check.

Well, if you head on down to your local Aldi store (and I mean like, yesterday - literally), you could be lucky enough to chance upon the very latest addition to the GoldieBlox family - the GoldieBlox Builder's Survival Kit which is available exclusively at ALDI stores from Wednesday the 22nd of July.

Excitement huh!

(Okay, I can hear some of you thinking - Whoa slow down! What are we on about here?)

GoldieBlox, if you're unfamiliar, is a spectacular building concept toy designed specifically for girls.

If you've been hovering around my page here for a while now, you may recall this fab toy featured in a review here in the past and you can read up on it as a refresher here.

GoldieBlox is the brainchild of a real-life female engineer, Debbie Sterling, who decided that the offerings in the toy aisle for girls needed a good shake-up - because girls like to build too. (There's a strong notion out there that building toys are exclusively for boys isn't there? Nuh-Uh!)

GoldieBlox fills the building toy void by being attractive to girls in colour, concept and features. Goldie herself is cool, confident and retro-styled and her building sets encourage problem solving with character, colour and flair, all the while persuading girls to 'give it a go.'

And now - introducing the GoldieBlox and The Builder's Survival Kit: Exclusive to ALDI as of Wednesday the 22nd of July. (Be quick, that was yesterday already!)

This kit is the ultimate GoldieBlox fan's set with a huge 190 pieces for endless building opportunities. The kit includes a book, three characters, press-outs, axles, joints, wheels, washers, spacers and all the builders 'nuts and bolts' which have made GoldieBlox such a hit. Priced nicely at $49.99.

Stay tuned for a review here. This special promotion was faster than the post!
 
***GIVEAWAY***
Win a GoldieBlox Prize Pack for Girls
valued at $99.97!
 
The pack consists of:
GoldieBlox and The Spinning Machine RRP $39.99
GoldieBlox and The Dunk Tank RRP $29.99
GoldieBlox and The Parade Float RRP $29.99.
 
 
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89 comments:

  1. I totally agree with you and can share your sense of excitement!
    I would love this for my niece. She is at the age where creativity is key to her entertainment. I have previously given her craft kits like jewellery and decorating fashion accessories. I think from that experience she would love a GoldieBlox kit especially when the knowledge is tied to what is being learnt at school.

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  2. She loves building with her 2 x marble maze sets (Daddy worked out you can build bigger and better when you have double the pieces!)

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  3. I would love this for my niece. Fun and learning, Goldiblox offers a range of excitement. Being a little tomboy as well, she will be in her element.
    blak hogan

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  4. I'd love to win this to give to my cousin's daughter, who is 7. We really struggle to find non-pink, non-epically 'girl'y presents for her and I think she would love Goldieblox. (Alex Prichard)

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  5. My daughter loves to use traditional wooden blocks and lego to build towers and castles for her princess to be rescued from the dragon. Goldiebox would be a fun new way for her to build and learn together. (Anne-Marie Wingfield)

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  6. My girl child loves building with her brother's Lego but unfortunately he's not happy about it. She needs her own "stuff"! :) - Nikki W, A Little Bit of Quiet

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  7. Miss 6 loves building with lego, duplo, playdoh, sticks and anything she can get her hands on! - Peta :)

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  8. She is adoring making her own wind chimes. We scoured the tip shop, cheap shops, and even the garden to find bits for her. My fave is her stained glass glue, so many awesome swirly colours. Natalie Murnane

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  9. My 2.5 year old daughter is currently obsessed with building towers. She tries really hard to build each tower higher than the previous tower. Usually she uses her building blocks or lego, but sometimes I find her using random objects she has found.... Like food packages from the pantry haha or rocks from the garden. GoldieBlox looks like heaps of fun! (Kieran Beddoes)

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  10. I have a little girl who loves to build horse stables! She parks all her horses (and ever other animal) inside, it's very cute. These sets look awesome! (Melinda Bolitho)

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  11. My niece would love this because she's very creative and loves building

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  12. My little one loves duplo and lego. Goldiblox sounds wonderful for using their imagination :)

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  13. my kids all love lego and meccano! (kibby72/lilmiss kibby)

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  14. My 6 year old loves lego, we enjoy spending time creating things especially the kits.

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  15. my daughter loves to create birthday cards for her friends and family

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  16. My daughter combines her Lego, marble run and hammer and nail set to make furniture and homes for her small dolls and barbies. Tracey Ralph

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  17. My daughter loves being things with her mega blocks. She builds only walls for now! Karina Lee

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  18. Duplo with animals and big blocks are her current favourites building 'barns' for them take lots of imagination

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  19. I'm always a fan of not just getting dolls for girls and trucks for boys. I haven't heard of this brand and it looks great - thanks for sharing!

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  20. We're big lego fans - the kids have my lego, so it's just normal lego - and both the boys and girls love it!

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  21. Awesome prize - some little lady is going to be extremely happy :)

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  22. My daughter loves playing with Lego and building princess castles

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  23. LEGO is the usual here, she helps design her younger brothers crazy ideas. And also loves helping her dad with our renovations

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  24. My daughter loves Megablocks, they were her brothers so they include a farm, a petrol tanker and lots of dinosaurs, she loves them all!
    Wendy S (5childrenandicedtea)

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  25. My daughter loves the Build-a-Bouquet Floral Arrangement Playset. So many different designs to choose from. might have a green thumb on my hands :)

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  26. My daughter's birthday is in August and I know she'd love building with this!

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  27. Little Miss 4 loves to build with a wooden farm set we gave her for Christmas. It came with a roof, walls, doors, flooring, windows etc and she loves to create different farmhouses and barns for her animals to play in

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  28. My daughter loves to build with Duplo Basic Bricks.She loves Castles, like frozen :) We have tried to build Olaf, but he looks wierd lol

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  29. Lego friends she loves to play
    Rapunzel's castle makes her day
    The hours spent getting it right
    Building every piece with great delight!

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  30. I would love to win this prize for my niece who loves to play with LEGOS and creating things with empty cereal boxes.

    Name - sapna sharma

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  31. To be honest, she builds things out of stuff she finds on our 'treasure hunts'. Sticks and leaves and rocks and feathers....its all very fairy themed. But creative LOL.

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  32. I am basically running a non-profit summer camp for kids at my house. I have so many children in my yard/house all the time! I couldn't begin to tell you all their names, but my daughter and her friends are all constantly building out of legos, sand, recyclables, paper and sticks. It'd be awesome to have another type of construction toy for my "campers."

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  33. I am basically running a non-profit summer camp for kids at my house. I have so many children in my yard/house all the time! I couldn't begin to tell you all their names, but my daughter and her friends are all constantly building out of legos, sand, recyclables, paper and sticks. It'd be awesome to have another type of construction toy for my "campers."

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  34. I remember your post about these. They're awesome. I wish I'd had something like this growing up!

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  35. My twin great Granddaughters build houses that they say they are going to live in when they are big like 6 years old. they are now 3 what imaginations.
    Barbara fehmel

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  36. My girls love to build using LEGO Friends as well as other left overs from various kits - PLC Mum (Hee Chang)

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  37. My niece is an up and coming designer and would love these. Maria P

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  38. rocks and sticks from our garden

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  39. My preschooler loves building forts, castles, houses, farms...usually out of boxes, putting sheets (off the beds-Grrr!) over stools and the couches and lots of imagination! She also loves building with Lego-at the moment her favourite thing to build is puppets for her Puppet plays. Cathy

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  40. my children loving playing with lego and they build cities and houses

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  43. My girl likes to build towers so she can knock them down (natalie Robinson)

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  44. My granddaughter builds anything out of anything! She's forever stacking and creating, and she would adore this. I think we have an architect in the making! (joanne emery)

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  45. She loves the Tonka trucks in the Sand Pit - all her brother's stuff, I think she feels she has enough!

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  46. Miss 4 would absolutely love this. Can't wait until Aldi opens in SA next year so I can buy her some :)

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  47. She adores lego- I think she'll be a builder when she grows up!

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  48. We have just discovered Goldie Blox... And her adorable dog Nacho. My miss 5 is obsessed to say the least. Would love to add to our spinning machine.

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  49. my daughter loves building, she is always playing with her lego! she would love this set to keep her busy. rachel sinclair

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  50. My daughter loves building with blocks & lego because she can build whatever she likes krystal howell

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  51. She calls them creations. I'm not sure what I call them but I never have any sticky tape, paper or bluetack when I need it. SarahArmstron14

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  52. Lego is the block of choice in our house - it's constantly scattered around. Rosemarie De Bari

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  53. My gorgeous girls love building of any description - Lego, blocks, whatever - so this would be absolutely perfect.
    Rebecca Tompsett

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  54. my girls love to build with pegs and rocks and sticks and make fairt houses

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  55. This is perfect for my girls. It'll get the imagination going.
    Linda Courtney

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  56. block she a traditional girl
    Melanie squeekums squee

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  57. Cities, endless cites, with roads and buildings.
    Future city planner? Architect?
    Kylie Devlin

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  58. My kids love to build and create. From blocks and lego to houses out of show boxes they love to creat

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  59. I'm currently pregnant with my first little girl. I'm sure when she's old enough, she'll love building with her big brother

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  60. I'd love this for my daughter as she loves building with her brothers Lego, and even blocks and bricks from outside. She builds houses for her Dolls and bugs and insects! Emily Zilm.

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  61. Leanne white. My children love to build absolutely everything and anything. They just let their imagination go wild and I always look forward to the end result!

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  62. My daughter loves lego lego and more lego, her imagination stretches with it, she mixes it with other objects around the place too

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  63. My girls love Duplo especially their Forest Friends set where they create a world of butterflies, spiders & bees, a world where they create the magic.

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  64. Creating and exploring are high up on both my kids' favourite things to do, but it can be hard to find things that appeal to everyone.

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  65. Perfect present for my budding architect

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  66. We love to play outside most. The garden becomes our kitchen. Pots and pans with a wooden spoon is a favourite toy of my childrens.

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  67. My daughters have been getting on so well together lately, building houses and shops for the LPS, it makes them work together rather than competing, loving it!

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  68. My little one loves to build cubby houses at the moment. Getting my sheets, towels, anything she can find!! Duplo is also a great hit, except when she hits her brother with them :(

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  69. My little girl loves building trains and train stations with Duplo and Lego.
    David Kelly

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  71. An absolutely gorgeous little prize. They always love to play with lego or the freshly cleaned laundry (it'd be better if they folded it!)

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  72. An absolutely gorgeous little prize. They always love to play with lego or the freshly cleaned laundry (it'd be better if they folded it!)

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  73. My girl isn't a girly girl, she's not really into dolls so I think she'd love this little construction set! She loves Lego and playdough and making things.
    Eva Kiraly eviee1

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  74. My daughters love using their imagination and creativity to build and create with everything ... Recycled boxes, milk cartons and toilet rolls. I would love to explore a different side of their creativity by introducing engineering concepts with them using GoldiBlox. (Emma)

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  75. Lego is super popular, she builds her own Lego town, and doesn't worry about what it should look like, she builds what she wants.

    Karla Oleinikoff

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  76. What a fantastic prize for one lucky girl, other than wooden blocks, duplo, trains and lego. Crafty kits like working with Fimo or Jewelry making kits are a winner. S.T.E.M promoting toys are fantastic

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  77. MISS 5 WILL USE ANYTHING TO BUILD WITH!!! LOVES BUILDING CASTLES, AND HOUSES

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  78. Huge marble runs! As tall as me.

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  79. Castles complete with Princesses and puppies. Maria Stringer

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  80. My niece loves Lego for building cars to go on roads she builds out of rulers and books--a dedicated building kit would be fabulous.

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  81. My daughter loves building anything and everything with her Lego Friends. She amazes me with what she comes up with.

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  82. My god-daughter generally likes drawing more than constructing things. I think GoldieBlox would be a great gateway into the world of engineering and construction!

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  83. This would be fantastic for my daughter. She is a creative little mind, she doesn't do so well in the academics at school but hands on and imaginative projects and lessons are her thing. More things to expand her mind the better I say. Karen Thompson

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    1. Karen, this prize sounds as though it would be a big help in your daughter's hands and I am thrilled to announce you as our winner! I will be in touch shortly. Apologies for the delay drawing this one - it was overlooked!

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    2. Thank you so much. She is going to love it!

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