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.

Comments

  1. my daughter would love the fairy house. we would probably gift the solar kit to some friends, but i’m sure my kids would love it too in a few years.
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  2. My girls would adore the fairy house!! And I’m pretty sure my husband would love building the solar construction kit and playing with it with the kids!
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  3. What fun toys!

  4. My kids would like it because of the imagination it requires. They’re always drawing crazy stories, and this would help them act those stories. out.

  5. My daughters would love to win one of these imagination toys. They both are so brilliant when it comes to make believe play, they are constantly making up stories and playing with each other. They would be thrilled to have a toy to share to facilitate a new playing adventure!

  6. Susan Hall says:

    My grandson loves to build things: birdhouses, buildings and spaceships out of legos. He is always creating. He would love these kits.

  7. My 8 year-old is a builder and loves dramatic play. These gifts would really wow him!

  8. my sons would love the solar building set, and the woodland fairy set. Thanks for the chance to win!

  9. My daughter actually picked this fairy house out of the catalogue!! My son is definitely a young inventor – especially if it involves weather! These toys would be perfect for them!

  10. These look awesome! Our kids would love!!!!

  11. My daughter would love the fairy house…small, cute, doll stuff that her brothers wouldn’t want anything to do with. My boys enjoy putting stuff together model rockets, legos, etc they would love the plane.

  12. This is so cute!

  13. Rhianna is very science oriented and would love the solar kit. Layla would love the fairy house kit.

  14. My girls are also dollhouse lovers! They would love the fairy house and the building set as well (or I have a few nephews…..).

  15. These imaginative toys would be adored by my 8 year old daughter and 9 year old son. Thank you for a chance to win!

  16. My daughter is all about fairies and my oldest Sonia always building contraptions. Would love to win!

  17. My kids would love these because they love playing anything revolved around using their imaginations, as well as building things.

  18. Its not a child in my family that would enjoy these, though Hubby would like the airplane. I think I’d give the fairy house to some friends who’s 5 year old girl would enjoy it.
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  19. I have a creative son and daughters who would LOVE to make these craft kits! They would love doing them together and making memories:) Thanks for the chance!
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  20. Rachel Beita says:

    I have a little boy who loves all transportation and also loves building and mechanics. This solar airplane would be perfect!!

  21. My girl’s way too young, but it would be something she could build with Daddy.

  22. My 9 year old son would love the solar set and my 8 year old son and 5 year old daughter would love the woodland set.

  23. My kids love to explore how things work and are put together. These toys sound amazing!
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  24. My daughters would both love the fairy house.

  25. my kids love to build and imagine!!

  26. My little girls are nutty over fairies, and they love to build things. That fairy house kit would be perfect for them!!

  27. We’ve been big, big, fans of Imagine Childhood for a while. I just picked up her book this week and am already scheming of the projects I can do with my kids.

  28. My daughter loves fairies and builds fairy houses in our yard with sticks and grass almost every week. My son went to a solar car event at our library the other day and he is so interested. They would love these.

  29. Great for the imagination.

  30. Michelle E. says:

    My girls love to build things and make things! These would be right up their alley!

  31. I have a curious child who enjoys building things and this would be perfect

  32. My son has loved everything we’ve purchased from this shop previously!

  33. My children are always constructing things right now. Just the other day, they were using bendaroos and pickup sticks to create all sorts of things. They would be a little young for the fairy house and plane set, but give them a few years and they would be using the kits to create all kinds of toys.

  34. My daughter would love both of these, she has wanted a fairy house since we first saw them last year and she would love the construction kit because she loves to build things.
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  35. Oh, my son would love these! First, because of the imaginative play and second, the time spent with dad building!
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  36. I am imagining my kids loving these items!

  37. My son loves to build, and that solar construction kit would make his day!

  38. My daughter is a newborn, but what a great gift to have for her when she is a a little older…and in the mean time my nephew and I can get some joy out of it. My oldest nephew and my Dad would love bonding ove rthe solar kit.

  39. Katherine L. says:

    Both of these prizes would be well loved by my kids — they love tinkering and also natural toys. Both of them enjoy making fairy houses.

  40. Creating and designing is so engaging for kids! Every night my son wants to talk about how things work…a solar panel would make his week!

  41. Kristen T. says:

    This giveaway is perfect! My two girls would ADORE the fairy house kit, and my sister’s three boys would totally DIG the solar construction kit!

  42. My nieces are so full of energy and love putting things together. They are young right now, 3 and 1, but they are learning quickly and love to play.
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  43. My children love to build and create. They would love both of these toys! Thanks for the chance!

  44. my stepson is very creative and is really starting to be interested in building/creating and figuring out how to make things work.
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  45. My boys love all things mechanical and magical, so both items would be well-loved in our home!
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  46. Melissa B says:

    Both of my kids love to build fairy houses and BELIEVE! My son also would love the solar kit, as he is mr. take-it-apart-and-usually-gets-it-back-together.

  47. My kids loves to build things

  48. WOW..what a great offer! We.too. have been extremly pleased with our purchases from Imagine Childhood! Please put us on the list of wishful entries!!! THX

  49. My daughter all ready loves building fairy houses out of construction paper, to have new supplies to build with would be wonderful for her!

  50. We are building a solar-powered cabin … so my son would love a kit! And my daughter loves to make fairy houses and would love these amazing pieces!
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