01 November 2011

Ready Set Grover Wii game G I V E A W A Y & Lego PR

Greetings all,
Welcome to the Ready Set Grover Wii Game GIVEAWAY with a furry Grover control cover, yay!!
 
 As you know, i'm all about health & fitness for my children, keeping them active & energised, not 'plugged in' to gadgets.  The one electronic gaming console we do have in our household is a Wii (Ok, it came free with our lounge television) but it's always fun & keeps them jumping about, or at the very least, waving their arms.  You should see my 4 play tennis doubles!! 
 My son was sent Ready Set Grover to test drive, it's aimed at preschoolers to promote healthy habits like nutrition, hygiene, rest & relaxation - still valid for 7 year olds!!  He waved his Wii control magic from the lounge after a particularly exhausting weekend.  The game makes you do exercise & it tells you all about healthy choices, with a handy little booklet too.  It even includes Toothbrush Time, hello!!
 Want to win 1 of 3 Wii Ready Set Grover games with the furry Grover control cover?? 
Follow this blog & leave a comment!!  Simple.  Extra entries if you spread the word.
 While i have your attention . . . we've been collecting the Ninjago LegoLego + Ninjas = awesome in my children's world!!  I picked some up at the local toy shop's 30% off sale.  Look at their faces, we have the complete set now (there are many more scary figurines).
 Better yet, One Green Bean sent me an advanced copy of the Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu DVD last month, it's a spin off from the Lego, brilliant!!  Lego + Ninja + Animation = totally awesome.
The official word: "Universal Pictures release LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu . . . follows the story of four apprentices who must master the art of Spinjitzu: an ancient and powerful martial art where a ninja moves so fast his actions turn into a tornado.  The young apprentices must also master the elemental powers of Lightening, Earth, Ice and Fire in order to defeat the evil Lord Garmadon and his skeleton army . . . Now Gamadon's brother, the heroic Sensei Wu, must gather four young men and train them in the ways of the ancient art of Spinjitzu . . . stand against the dark power of Garmadon and his evil skeleton army/  if they fail, the four weapons will be list and Ninjago doomed forever."
Available in stores now for under $20 for the most fun 45 minutes of entertainment!!
Thanks everyone, good luck with the Wii Ready Set Grover giveaway, closes midnight Sunday 6th November & 3 randomly chosen winners will be announced.  Love Posie

Thanks Lego, One Green Bean & Sesame Street!!

35 comments:

Jennifer said...

My daughter loves the wii. She has an Elmo learning game and she would love a new game. I am now a follower

Kirsty said...

Was always a reader, but now am a follower as well. We are a Wii loving family hear as well :)

ally said...

I am a follower - I think you know that!!
Jack thinks he is grover or cookie monster :-)

LatteJunkie said...

Oh Monkey would LOVE this. Since we got to Oz he has started really enjoying Sesame Street and would LOVE his own wii game :)

LatteJunkie said...

I tweeted it too :)

Handmade in the Bay said...

I started following a couple of weeks ago, love your blog! And our family love our Wii too! My kids would be beside themselves with excitement to get a Sesame Street Wii game!

Tas said...

My youngest is struggling with the boys playing Mario World and Cart and is a little lost. Fingers crossed that she wins an Elmo game. She'd love it!

Magi said...

Now, I will use my little ones as the purpose for commenting but really I LOVE Sesame Street. I mean I really, really LOVE it. Elmo would be very welcome into our fold.

Taylor Made said...

Oh Lego..I am in my little guy is hooked.

Agnes said...

I don't even know what wii is. Should I be embarrassed?
Happy Halloween!!!

Dianne said...

My boys would love this game. Although I'll probably have to find out where I can get another Grover cover from to stop any fights over the remote :-)

Michelle said...

Would love to have a chance to win this , looks great.

Melisa said...

My almost 4 year old would LOVE this! He tries to play some of the other games, but they are a bit beyond him. This would be perfect!

Creative Corner said...

We love the Wii in our house too! My boys are quite energetic while playing and get lots of exercise jumping around the lounge! We are a bit Lego mad too so I will look out for the new DVD and might use it as a stocking stuffer for Christmas. Thanks Posie!

Gifts Created said...

OMG Harrison would Die if he had the chance to win this although we don't have a wii his Uncle Charlie does and I'm sure he would love to play along with him....

designed to a T said...

Oh Jennie how I would love to win the Wii game for my new grandson. I know he's a bit little. And after all our family nickname is 'grover' with a surname like grove!!!...hahaha...T

Lois said...

My sister recently adopted 3 sibling children under 3 years of age. This Grover wii game would be right up their alley!! Maybe it would even give Mummy & Daddy a chance to catch their breaths LOL

Maxabella said...

I have those cushions... x

polkadotpeticoat said...

My middle son loved Elmo when he was little....sweet memories!

Sannah said...

Hey posie, we have only had a wii for this year, as you know, we were at a Steiner school previously, so tech things were seen quite negatively. I'm still not entirely. Old, but do like the fact that at least they aren't passively sitting there. My two year old always tries to join in, so we usually give her a disconnected remote to use. It hadn't even occurred to me that there would be games suitable for little people. Feeling pretty stupid now :).
I haven't been blogging so much recently, as i have been indulging my crafty side! Trying to catch up with everything, hope you have been well!
xx sannah

Sarah said...

My two love Omo and Grober.
I was looking at this game for christmas for my two. To win it would be fantastic!

Jess said...

Have been following your blog for a while, love hearing(reading) about all the adventures! This game looks like loads of fun.. and what a cute little cover!

Kylie said...

Why not:) A wii is on the to buy christmas list (you know moving and lack of gyms and all I have huge hopes of getting fit with it - people have and are doing it, so why can't I) This game would be awesome for my little ones.
x K

nzgreenbuttons said...

we have a wii, I love how it gets them up and moving! Even my two year old loves playing the games.

java's mum said...

My husband would love the chance to start teaching our 2.5 year old son how to use the wii.

Chicken Willow said...

Nice! I can picture the doubles tennis...classic!

Amy said...

We play the wii as a family, it is only a sometimes thing, but the kids love it. And I love watching them playing Super Mario and Mario Kart as they are games from my childhood. Love it!

ryanac32 said...

My nephew would love this
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tmc480 said...

My daughter loves to play her wii. She also loves sesame street so this would make a great gift for her.

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Posie Patchwork said...

Congratulations Kylie, Sarah & Tas, you're the lucky winners of a new Wii Ready Set Grover game, with that cute furry blue control cover. Love Posie

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Kelly Braund said...

This game looks adorable!

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