Giveaway: Fairy House & Solar Construction Kits from Imagine Childhood

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Today is the final day of our Home for the Holidays week! I hope you’ve enjoyed it and that you’ve gleaned a few gift ideas for the upcoming holiday season as well!

Since this is the third year in a row that I’ve highlighted the online store Imagine Childhood, I don’t have to tell you that I’m a fan.

I have reviewed, and purchased, items for birthdays and holidays there for a quite a while now, and have been incredibly pleased with the quality of the toys–as well as the heart behind them.

Sarah from Imagine Childhood has created the most beautiful virtual holiday catalog, showcasing many of the items in their shop–it’s an excellent way to get an overview of the toys and other creative goodness they offer to customers.

Last year I bought many of my kids’ stocking stuffers here–and I appreciated that they made it easy for me by putting the smaller sized gifts together for easy browsing.

Continue reading to find out more about the two toys being offered to a lucky winner today!

Fairy House Kit

My nine-year-old daughter is into all things dollhouse-related at the moment. Remember the wooden treehouse I reviewed two years ago? That toy has been played with hard, on an almost daily basis, and is still going strong.

Trishna has turned the entire floor of her bedroom into a “neighborhood,” confiscating many cardboard boxes as houses for her dolls. She will be thrilled to add this fairy house to the neighborhood–and to create it herself!

The kit has everything you need to make a multilevel fairy house like the one you see above–with tons of items to make furniture and decorate with afterwords: birch bark, moss, driftwood, wire, seashells, stones, pine cones, bark, feathers, twine, silk flowers, and small branch sections. AND–your own glue gun! (I’m thinking the glue gun may be Trishna’s favorite part.)

Imagine Childhood also keeps in stock a wide variety of sweet fairies you can purchase to keep that house full of magical residents once it’s been constructed.

European Solar Construction Set

Eight-year-old Jonathan has really gotten into building kits lately, so this solar construction kit will be under the tree for him this year.

An awesome introduction to solar power, the kit contains pieces to make an airplane or helicopter. It includes over 188 parts and instructions to create the models–my husband’s head swooned when he saw them, but I think Jonathan is up for it!

The company specifies this as a kit for ages eight and up, and looking at all the small parts, I would agree. Your older kids will love it!

Once the model is built, you place it under direct sunlight and watch it power up! (No, it doesn’t fly, but the rotors spin.) Plenty of environmentally friendly play–and no batteries required!

Special Offer: Use the code ‘simplehomeschool’ to receive 10% off at Imagine Childhood through December 5th!

One Simple Homeschool reader will win a fairy house kit and a solar construction kit from Imagine Childhood

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About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She serves as editor of Simple Homeschool, and blogs about mindful parenting at Steady Mom. Jamie is also the author of two books: Steady Days and Mindset for Moms.


  1. Both awesome presents! I’m particularly fond of the fairy house.

  2. 2 of mine are so into fairies right now – how fun!

  3. we love imagine childhood!

  4. Sarah Jean says:

    The holidays are always a little tough for us. I have to find the balance between the things they want and the other magical things to introduce them to. These gifts would bring some magic to us!

  5. My kids LOVE to play outside, but lack the “tools” . I love that they foster the imagination and creativity!

  6. My daughter is completely into fairies. She was even one for Halloween. I also love that fairies are associated with nature.

  7. Abby Aberle says:

    The solar set is just the geeky thing my husband would love to do with my son!

  8. Lucy Schramm says:

    My son loves to build!

  9. My kiddos love this sort of play. The girls are into all things dolls too.

  10. Heather Y. says:

    Because my daughter’s best friend who lives far away loves fairies and it would remind her of her. And both of my boys are builders. These would both be a hit in our house.

  11. I know one niece who would absolutely love the fairy house. She would have so much fun with it and all her little fairies. The solar construction kit I would save for my three year old. Once he’s big enough to use and understand it he’ll head over heels with constructing it.
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  12. Dara Huber says:

    My kids love anything they can build and create stories around. Perfect!

  13. My son would love the solar construction kit because he loves assembling things!

  14. My girls love making miniature things for their little hand sewn mice to use. They would love the fairy house kit.

  15. My little boy loves to build anything & take everything apart!
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  16. My son is just getting into that age where he is full of questions about how things work and what else he can create with household items. He would love this!
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  17. Brianna Ponio says:

    Oh my gosh, I have a daughter that would love both of these! However I think we would keep the fairy dollhouse for her because she is just getting into doll imaginative play on her own, acting out characters. The cool solar construction kit would make a great gift for her cousins!

  18. My daughter loves fairies and anything miniature. Her cousins, though, would LOVE the solar kit! They both love science and construction; they’d be all over this!

  19. Cathy Piancone says:

    A FAIRY DOLLHOUSE!!!! How wonderful!

  20. Beautiful toys. So glad there are options like this out there.
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  21. My Barefoot Angel says:

    My daughter loves LOVES fairies and we just went to a fairy house tour in summer and she just simply fell in love with the fairy houses, while my son has just begun having an interest in construction kits. It would be so great to have the lovely toys for them under the Christmas tree.

  22. This reminds me of the doll house my father built for me. What a great gift!

  23. My son loves to build and is into anything with tools. And the fairy house is so fun! My daughter would be sure to like it.

  24. My son is 6 and my daughter 3 – and they are both builders. I know that these would be played with again and again.

  25. My son would love playing with each of these :) Perfect for playing with friends 😀

  26. My 8 year old has loved all things fairy for a while. Tinkerbell comic books were the first thing that she ever read. She would love the fairy house kit! My six year old loves tools and projects with daddy. Again a great present.

  27. My son would love the building kit. He’s always wondering about how things work. He has a barn that would be awesome with the treehouse for making his little village come to life. Thank you for the toy ideas!

  28. Wonderful imaginative play sets!!! Headed over to the website now!

  29. Jeanette Myers says:

    DS loves building things and these look like great projects!

  30. My little girl would love the fairy house….who wouldn’t? :-) My son would enjoy the solar kit since he is into building and the lights would fascinate him I”m sure.

  31. My son just said the other day that he was going to save his birthday money for batteries because our extended family always gives him toys that he require them. Wouldn’t he be excited to get something that didn’t need batteries to be awesome? :)

  32. My kidlets would get so much from these toys. Such lovely quality!
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  33. We have adopted a family this year through our local holiday program & our little 3yr adopted girl LOVES all things fairy!… Her mother requests that we think of all things “Waldorf” style… I’m thinking this fits that desciption!!… This would make a great add-on to her Christmas present :)

  34. They love putting things together!

  35. Tabitha Zehner says:

    Oh! My kids would love these! I have to very hands on learners. One of which is in love with fairies and princesses, and the other that is constantly asking how things work and would love to get his hands on the solar power kit. This would be amazing to win!

  36. All 5 of my kids love imaginative play and the fairy house would be perfect for many of their games. My son would love the solar kit, he loves to build!

  37. Christina B. says:

    These toys do look magical! We would love them!

  38. My children, similar to yours have a village. This would be a wonderful addition to ours!

  39. my girls would adore that fairy house.

  40. My son loves to build things…so he’d love the airplane, for sure!

  41. My 11 year old daughter has been outside for the past 2 hours building her own “fairy house” out of bark, mulch and moss. She would love to have a fun to kit to work with. Great giveaway!!

  42. My daughters are totally into fairies and gnomes right now! They read The Little Grey Men and search for gnomes in the woods.

  43. My girls would love both of these kits! So cool!

  44. Jennifer W says:

    MAddie would love this because she is into fairies and has started doing some woodworking. Perfect combination!

  45. These toys would be an instant hit in my house!

  46. My almost four-year-old loves assembling imaginative things :)

  47. My son loves working with tools and building things with his Papa and this kit would be great for that. Both my daughter & son enjoy stories about fairies so the fairy tree house would be perfect for them to play with after one of our fairy or gnome stories :)

  48. Both of my children love building things! This would be perfect!
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  49. Both of my boys love building things, and I have no doubt they would enjoy the fairy house as much as the solar kit. I love both – creative and educational!

  50. This was exactly the kind of sight I was looking for to shop for x-mas, I love everything and so would my kids.