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Giveaway: Up To The Moon

| November 19, 2011

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A couple of months ago, we had a fabulous giveaway from Up To The Moon – a very generous £45 giftvoucher – it was so popular, that the lovely owner from Up To The Moon decided to repeat the giveaway for you.. Firstly, Up To The Moon is a wonderful family run business focussing on Educational Toys, Crafts and Gift ideas! Each item is hand picked by the  owner and has to pass the “Outstanding” criteria that she has set. Only the best for you!

This week you can win another £45 gift voucher in time to sort out a brilliant Christmas order!

If I was shopping for Christmas (ahem, I am) this is what I would buy….

Slice & Bake Wooden Cook Set. This is one of the most adorable “cooking sets around”.. both of my kids have already played with this at friends houses and as cookie make is big in our house, this is a very popular toy!

String a Farm Wooden Beads. We actually have a set like this. We were lucky enough to receive it as a gift when Red Ted was small. We still love it now… you get bead AND play AND store the toy… great “carry” along today and would be  a lovely gift for a newborn to grow into or for a 1st birthday. My kids are 4yrs and 2yrs and still play with it!

Car Playmat.  Yep, cars are big in our house, both with Red Ted and Pip Squeak. This the perfect kids’ bedroom rug solution. Love it.

Big Safari Natural Science Kit. I love how there is plenty on Up To The Moon for older kids too. They have a great “filter function” on the site, where you can search by gender and age.  How about this Bug Safari? A great way to explore nature in your own back garden.

So…want to win the voucher so you can go on a spending spree?

1) Then just pop over to Up To The Moon have a look round, come back and let us know what YOU would spend on your OLDEST child in your family/ circle of friends this Christmas! Tell us the age of the child, the gender and what gift you would select….

Done. You don’t have to… but of course I would LOVE for you to subscribe to my blog as well as like on Facebook!

Open to UK residents only. Closes on midnight 28 November 2011. Winner will be chosen via random.org.


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  1. Charlotte says:

    Oh man! I love this site. I was literally making a list of all the dinosaur toys we would get, but then I saw the cardboard castle/fort and I was in love! I am a childminder of kids (boys and girls) aged 2-5 so I have to think about toys that are suitable for everyone and great for the imagination!

    Great site, great giveaway.

    Blue Skies,
    Charlotte xo

    makedoandfriend@hotmail.co.uk

    ps I’m also a follower on FB

  2. Maggy….do you mean what we would buy for the oldest child….or how much we would spend like I would spend £75?? Im a tad confused….sorry

    your entry requirement states come back and let us know what you would spend on your oldest child.

    thanks hun

  3. Red Ted Art says:

    Hi Elaine! Sorry, it is confusing… just look at the toys that are there and say what you would buy (whatever the price), ie what toy you like. And just share that with us on here on the comments!

  4. Make do mum says:

    I’d go for the wooden dolls house for my 2 year old (does it come with the ninja figure – sitting on the armchair – as pictured?!!)

  5. mermaid says:

    Oh, thanks for the link! Found so many lovely ideas!
    I`m going to get Horrid Henry Hand Puppets for my 6 year old daughter!!

  6. The oldest child in my family is my 11 year old nephew. I think he would love the Zoob Car Designer (£27:99) He is a big fan on Meccano so this would be a different take on it for him. I already subscribe and like on FB @RedRoseMummy

  7. Liz Burton says:

    I only have the one child, she’s 3. I think I’d buy some hand puppets as she has a theatre but not many sets of puppets. The Little Red Riding Hood set looks lovely.

  8. Jason Johnson says:

    I think my eldest (and I!) would love the Hyperlauncher Rocket Ball Factory Science Kit. Santa may be delivering soon.

  9. Rachel Davies says:

    I would have to go for the Calculator Cash Register for My nephew who is 7. He is forever playing bus driver when he comes over my house. Perhaps if he had something to put my change in he wouldnt always go home with it in his pocket ! ….. His mammy taught him well. Only downfall would be if my dear brother asks his wife (nephews mum) if she wants anything from the shop and she replies “the cash register” my nephew may take to the idea and take it home with him… i’d have to look at other alternatives on the up to the moon website then to keep him occupied.

  10. Sean Moore says:

    My 2 year old would love the Bug Safari Kit as she loves looking around the garden for spiders but I think I would choose the Smart Toss Bean Bag Game (£39.99) as this will aid hand eye co ordination and be fun for her to play at the same time.

  11. Zoe G says:

    I would love to get the Deep Space Home Planetarium for my 7yr old son, he loves the night sky and really interested in the stars and planets.

  12. Avril Alexander says:

    Hi! My oldest child, Reece is 7. I would buy him the Deep Space Home Planetarium & Projector. He is obsessed with space after getting him a telescope for his birthday so would be a great way to teach him even more. x

  13. sarah tulley says:

    I’d have to get this http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/theatre-and-shop-2-in-1/ for my daughter aged 6 she LOVES making puppets herself and putting on shows if she had her own theatre shop she’d be soo happy :D

  14. amanda coker says:

    this site is fab, i could spend all day looking at all the wonderful toys you have, i would buy the bug safari natural science kit as my son loves things like that. hes alraedy got worm world and ant world and spends hours with them

  15. Harpal Kaur says:

    I would buy the car playmat for my 4 year old daughter

  16. Kelly Koya says:

    My daughter would love the bath Bomb factory

    http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/bath-bomb-factory

    She is 11 and loves luxurious baths and crafts, so this would be perfect.

  17. Jamie-Lee Norris says:

    I absolutely love all the toys but as my daughter is animal mad i would choose the Wooden Farm Set – Eco Friendly. Wooden toys are always of higher quality, more realistic and provide hours of entertainment especially this farm. My daughter is 15 months old and i could use this to teach her the noiss the animal makes as well as developing her imagination skills.

    @Jlnorris2010

  18. Jamie-Lee Norris says:

    my email address for my comment above is jlnorris2010@gmail.com

  19. EMMA says:

    my 3 year old son would love this – Dinosaur Glow in the Dark – Mould & Paint

  20. stacie beer says:

    I would buy my 6 year old son the fold and go wooden castle, it will be nice to have some toys which arent all made from plastic!!!!!!!

  21. Carolin says:

    I’d buy the wooden toy theatre for my little girl Amy. She is only 7 months old but she loves it when we play different characters and speak with funny voices.

    @caro_mad x

  22. Mummy Fever says:

    I would buy my daughter the Alphabet bead box – she is 5 @MummyFever

  23. karmaperle says:

    Slice and Bake Cookie Set and Sandwich Making Set for my grandaughter aged 5 :)

  24. K DUNN says:

    my 13yr old daughter would love the wild physics and cool chemistry science kit! she has just started year 8 and loves doing her science experiments! lovely site! sooooo much stuff for my two year too!

  25. Rachael G says:

    My eldest is 3 and she would love so many things on this site! I would buy the Air Piggles Parachute Kite for her – it’s so cute!

  26. Lorraine Johnson says:

    What a lovely change to find so many ideas for an older boy. There is so much to choose for my son

    Iw would love to get him the Maths Whiz Challenge. His favourite game is to get us to ask him random maths questions, trouble is, it has got to the point where he is quicker than me at working out the answers!!

    He is a 9 year old boy & would love all the toys on this site x

  27. oh so so much lovely lovely stuff, but I pick http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/cupcake-baker-set/ as we would use it considering what we blog about!!
    @pooohbear2811

  28. Farhana Haque says:

    I would get Mayberry Manor dolls house for my niece which can be a hand me down for my daughter when she is old enough. My niece is 4 years and my daughter is 20months old.

  29. Mama Syder says:

    My 11 yr old would love the learn how to knit case! @mamamakes

  30. paula gwynne says:

    my son is 6 and I would have to get him dinosaur zinbin and playmat as the is dinosaur mad.

  31. Twiggy says:

    Ooooo my 6 year old son would love the Planatarium Project as he is planet and star mad at the moment :)
    Twiggy

  32. Steve R says:

    Mt 8 year old daughter would love a lot of the things on the site but I would probably get her the Earth and Constellation Globe – 2 in 1. (and I would probably spend just as much time looking at it as her!!)

  33. Tracy Nixon says:

    My eldest son will be turning 8 in February but is quite mature for his age so I know he would just love the Zoob Car Designer set as he in Grand Prix mad and loves anything to do with cars and racing! To go with it I would buy him the Remote control Hairy Tarantula as I think he would get lots of enjoyment from scaring his younger brother, two sister and me!

  34. Ashleigh says:

    my oldest child is my daughter who is 4 years old. So hard to choose – my daughter would love so much on this site! I would choose the Funky Hopscotch Rug!

  35. Definitely the Bath Bomb Science kit for my 7 yr old daughter. Nice!
    @ActuallyMummy

  36. Kerrie says:

    my little girl would like the Metal shoppin trolley – she is 3 :)

  37. Jenny says:

    My 2 year old would love the London Car Wooden Set. He’s currently only into trains and I’m trying to encourage him to like other toys!

  38. Zoe says:

    My 6 year old would love the shop and theatre 2 in 1

  39. My daughter has just turned 5, and I’m sure she would love Folding Princess Castle – Hand Painted Wood (http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/folding-princess-castle/)

    @littleboo_21

  40. Lorraine says:

    My daughter (3) would love the wooden toy theatre

  41. Emma in Bromley says:

    Hello :)

    If I was lucky enough to win the voucher, I would use it towards the wooden railway set for my little boy who is two and a half!

    I’m on twitter as @beachpebble

    Emma x

  42. Emma in Bromley says:

    For a bonus entry, I follow your blog
    (@beachpebble)
    Emma clement

  43. FionaLynne Edwards says:

    I would buy my daugher, 10, the Theatre in a Box. She’d love it!

  44. Caroline French says:

    Wow, so much fabulous stuff to choose from! I know my 3 year old little girl would go mad for Sophie’s House, Furniture & Dolls Collection (her middle name is Sophie and she always heads straight for the dolls house at toddler group!)

  45. domestic diva says:

    My 3 year old would like a wooden doll house.

  46. Angela Sandhu says:

    My son is 8 years old and would love http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/dig-a-velociraptor-skeleton/

    There are so many things he would like!

  47. Robyn Clarke says:

    The oldest child I buy for is 3. I’d buy him the Alphabet Finger Puppet Game. I love how bright it is and how its fun yet educational.

  48. Flo Foxes says:

    Ohh just love the Horse Stable , it folds away too so easy for travelling …. my 10 year old daughter would simply adore this .. she is 10 and loves the tactileness and warmth of wooden toys … thanks for the chance to win …good luck to all … Flo
    http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/fold-and–go-stable/

    Girl
    Age 10
    Ponystable … thanks and following your blog :-)

  49. Solange says:

    I would buy the playmat for my niece

  50. Emily M says:

    My eldest (and only) is a 2 year old girl. I’d chose the ‘Movin’ Monkeys ‘Gears’ Building Set’. I’ve been wondering if you can get these anywhere!… Now I know! My mother-in-law has a small set she got back in the 70s which Imogen loves. This set looks amazing and she does love her monkeys!

    http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/movin-monkeys-building-set/

  51. Rachael Woodcock says:

    My eldest child is 5 and she is really looking forward to Christmas! The toy I would buy from this lovely website is the Learn How To Knit Kit Case. http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/learn-how-to-knit-case/
    I am currently kearning how to knit so that I can teach her as she’s shown an interest in it, and this set looks perfect for her!

  52. Karen says:

    I think the boys of all ages in my family (even the big kids ;P) would enjoy this http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/spy-kite-kit–kite-with-camera/

  53. Definitely the food & go castle. My little boy would go nuts over it!

  54. Jennifer Schofield says:

    I would get the Wooden Farm Set – Eco Friendly for a boy aged 7!

  55. Susie says:

    It took me a while but, I’d pick the Wooden toy theatre for Grace, a girl, aged 6. Lots of lovely toys on the site.

  56. k walsh says:

    Id buy the Tasty Treat shop for my 3 year old daughter ;)

  57. Kate says:

    I would love to get the Daisy Lane Dolls House Furniture and Dolls Collection for my little girl. She’s 4 and they’d be perfect for her dolls house.

  58. Rachael Lines says:

    I would buy The moving monkey gears set for my son who is 3. He will sit with a toy if it is captivating and play really well on his own trying things out and changing bits around. Its fun to watch especially if you ask questions as he plays. His answers as to why he builds things in certain ways are great.

    http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/movin-monkeys-building-set/

  59. Erica Price says:

    Love the wooden yacht – would be fab for my son who is 4.

  60. Allan says:

    Earth and Constellation Globe – 2 in 1
    for a boy aged 10 would be a great Christmas present

  61. Jane says:

    Melissa & Doug Large Wooden Railway Set would be perfect for my 4 year old nephew.

  62. Isabelle says:

    wooden cupcake stand with wood cupcakes for my 4 year old. so cute!

  63. Emma Lowe says:

    Our daughter of 6 years old would love the pretend and play school set

  64. Liz says:

    I woud buy a pocket microscope for my 7 year old son

  65. Karen Barrett says:

    3D Pop Up Dragon Kite looks brilliant
    Boy age 8

  66. Michelle Bosomworth says:

    My six year ols son would love the Come Alive Superheroes Resource Activity Pack, he loves planets and super heros

  67. katherine grieve says:

    I would buy the fold and go wooden stable for my 5 year old daughter.

  68. Stacey Gahan says:

    My only child is a little girl who’s nearly 3 and she is princess mad at the moment, I’d defo buy her the fold and go wooden princess castle.

  69. I would have to get the wooden cupcake stand and cupcakes as im a baker and my daughter is always wanting to help!!

  70. Sarah Ballantyne says:

    My eldest is a girl who is two and a half and she would love the Fold & Go Wooden Princess Castle! I’d have enough left over from the vouchers to invest in the Fresh Food in Crates – Wooden Play Food for her kitchen.

  71. i really really really really really want the Melissa & Doug Large Wooden Railway Set for my train mad little boy, it looks amazing.

    @mummylion

  72. Perrine says:

    The Build & Roll Car for my 6 year old boy!

  73. Charlotte Jones says:

    My daughter is 21 months & has a variety of instruments (maracas, xylophones – even a miniture grand piano!) but she doesn’t have a drum…yet.

    http://www.uptothemoon.com/product/wooden-drum/

  74. Abbey Kershaw says:

    8 year old girl – would absolutely love the alphabet bead box!

    I have also subscribed and liked :)

    Abbey Kershaw
    (abijo kershaw) (abbey mo jo kershaw)

  75. Joanna Sawka says:

    3D Pop Up Fighter Plane Kite for my 8 years old boy

  76. Christine Bray says:

    Bobby tell’s me he loves the Fairground Motorised Building Set at 6 years old he love building so this would be a wonderful gift for him!

    Twitter @chrriss88

  77. Rebecca Denyer says:

    I would get my daughter, Ellie (11) the learn to knit kit as i loved knitting when i was her age and would love us to start together as a new hobby x

  78. Sarah Parker says:

    My daughter Alice would love a button bag sewing kit – she loves arts and crafts :)

  79. kath vlcek says:

    Id get my 2 year old daughter the wooden nativity set, what a lovely way to learn about christmas!

  80. kath vlcek says:

    Im following you on facebook and twitter (@kathvcomps)

  81. Nikki says:

    I’d buy my 3-year-old son the fold & go castle.

  82. Anna Aird says:

    My son is 4 and I’d buy him the Animal Hospital – Pretend & Play (he says he wans to be a vet!!)

  83. Beverley says:

    Oh I would buy the Nursery Rhyme Wooden Character Set for my two year old daughter – she is so into Nursery Rhymes and acting them out, I just know she would LOVE these.