Win a Push Along Lion


Win a push along lionWe are often travelling with our two small children and I am always looking for activities to keep them occupied while they are in the car or stuck inside the tent due to rainy days.

Recently I discovered Little Wooden Toybox which specialises in wooden toys. I love wooden toys as it encourages a child to use their imagination and role play.

Little Wooden Toybox believe that wooden toys inspire creative and imaginative play in children which is important for cognitive brain development as well as social and emotional development. Studies have shown that play with educational toys and instruments in early childhood can have a significant impact on the areas of the brain that control language and cognition in teen and adult years.


After attending a Little Wooden Toybox learning through play workshop hosted by Michelle I am planning on purchasing the Threading beads as Master B loves all vehicles. I figure these threading beads will keep him busy for a long time.

JJ my 4 year old loves tracing and drawing so these  Pre-Writting Geo Shapes will help her to develop correct letter formation.

As we are big nature lovers both kids can use the Magnifying Glass to look at bugs, mushrooms and other things they spy in the bush!

Host a Party

If you like what you see and know more about the toys you can host a party. Get your friends together for a catch up and look at the toy range. In Perth Michelle Wheeler can help you out with a party or any queries you may have. Click here to view her facebook page.

Win a Push Along Lion

Michelle from Little Wooden Toybox and I have organised a giveaway, you could win a Push Along Lion (RRP $19.50).  This competition is only open to Australian residents and closes 22 April 2016.

To Enter:
Leave a comment below
Congratulations the winner is Paula. Thank you to everyone who entered.

13 thoughts on “Win a Push Along Lion

  1. Yaaay thanks for the info on Little Wooden Toy Box….I’m in Perth and it looks awesome, so will definitely check it out in detail closer to birthday time


  2. I love sensory, interactive and educational play for children and there seems to be something for every age group.


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