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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Alphabet SQUIGGLE Game Product Review and Giveaway


RandomLine has created a new series of games called Squiggle. These innovative games promote creative learning and encourage kids to get involved in simplifying their imaginations.

They have a wide variety of games that include both full-size and on-the-go products. The specific product I am reviewing and giving away is the Alphabet Squiggle Board Game. "Alphabet SQUIGGLE game is a unique, educational board game that introduces letters to children in a fun and creative way. Kids will learn and improve letter recognition and handwriting while strengthening their vocabulary and building self esteem. Children who are just learning letters to those who already know them will enjoy playing this fun and engaging game. Watch how surprised they get when they see how much they can do with letters!

To Play: Players move along the pencil path of letters. For every letter a player lands on, that player must find the letter on the outside edge of the board and either trace it or write it from memory on the sketch paper provided. If they're feeling creative, they can turn their letter tracing into a picture, write a word that begins with that letter, or create a drawing that begins with and reinforces that letter to move extra spaces. It’s simple, fun and engaging."

This product as well as many of their others are perfect for preschoolers. I chose Alphabet Squiggle because my daughter is in preschool and is learning her letters. This teaches her letter association and being able to distinguish between what the letter looks like and how to write it on paper.

GIVEAWAY DETAILS:

RandomLine has been generous enough to provide one winner with an Alphabet Squiggle Board game. Contest is open to US residents only and ends February 20 at noon.

To enter:

Visit their website and tell me which product you think sounds the best for your child and why (besides Alphabet Squiggle).

For additional entries:

1) Become a fan of RandomLine on Facebook.

2) Follow Randomline on Twitter.

3) Stumble, digg, tweet or post a link to this giveaway. (Each different one counts as an entry, so feel free to do multiple promotions.)

Good luck!






Disclosure: RandomLine has provided a copy for me to review as well as one for giveaway. Game retails for $19.99

44 comments:

  1. Following on Tweeter hoping to win for my grandchildren.

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  2. Liz would like squiggle connect.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  3. The original squiggle and squiggle connect both look like very interesting and creative games. My son loves to be imaginative.
    lenz.nicole(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. Squiggle connect looks fun. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  5. I like Hurry Up!TM The Dice Game. I think this would be a fun family night game and everyone would like it.

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  6. I tweeted http://twitter.com/cstironkat

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  7. The Alphabet Squiggle Game would be perfect for my grandson, he is just starting to learn his alphabets.
    lgrieser(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  8. At Random Line, I like Hurry Up! My daughter loves rolling dice.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  9. My son would love the SQUIGGLE® Barnyard On-The-Go. We take lots of car trips and it would be perfect to keep him busy in the car.

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  10. The SQUIGGLE® Connect Game would be perfect for my son because he likes to draw.

    annettekz2@yahoo.com

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  11. I think my kids would like the SQUIGGLE CONNECT cause they will be drawing.
    erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

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  12. I think my kids would enjoy Hurry Up!TM The Dice Game. I know I'd love playing with them! They like things with speed so they dont lose patience

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  13. I like the Alphabet SQUIGGLE On-The-Go! it's just so nice to be able to have something for the kids to do on car rides!

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  14. The squiggle connect sounds like a great game that the whole family could play together.

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  15. I like Hurry UP! the Dice Game for my homeschool family. We can play it during school time and still learn about taking turns, math, and good sportsmanship.

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  16. My oldest daughter would love the Squiggle Style I would love to win this game for my youngest son He could use some help with handwriting. lezanac@yahoo.com

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  17. Randomline FB fan Lisa Taylor lezanac@yahoo.com

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  18. Randomline twitter follower @lezanac lezanac@yahoo.com

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  19. Squiggles Connect sounds fun too because my daughter likes to link things in her mind, and this game is very conducive to that, or so it sounds from the description.

    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  20. I like squiggel connect!

    colleenyamamoto(at)yahoo.com

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  21. SQUIGGLE On-The-Go would be great for the car and for trips

    dispatcher_kristy@hotmail.com

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  22. fan on facebook-kristy marie

    dispatcher_kristy@hotmail.com

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  23. following on twitter- mommy_to_2_chis

    dispatcher_kristy@Hotmail.com

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  24. We like Hurry Up!TM The Dice Game because it encourages math skills

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  25. My grandson would love the upcoming squiggle monsters because he loves monsters.

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  26. SQUIGGLE Connect sounds the best because it seems to encourage creativity.

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  27. I became a fan of RandomLine on Facebook.

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  28. my kids would like the Hurry Up!TM The Dice Game that looks really fun :)

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  29. http://twitter.com/klp1965/status/9386649913

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  30. swiggle connect looks like it would be very fun for my imaginative little one!

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  31. Thanks for the great contest!
    bahjeep@aol.com

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  32. I would like SQUIGGLE Dinosaurs On-The-Go for my grandson. He loves dinosaurs.

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  33. RandomLine twitter follower. ellieb67

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  34. tweeted at http://twitter.com/ellieb67/status/9389142985

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  35. i would have to say squiggle connect.thanks
    amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

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  36. The Hurry Up Dice game looks like a good way to work with numbers and looks fun!

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