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Bendaroos and Southern Bella's Ways To Save have teamed up for you to win a 500-Piece Mega Set of Bendaroos!
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  • Leave a comment telling me a way you or your kiddos like to use your imagination. PLEASE Make sure to leave your name and email address so I can get in touch with you if you win.
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  • Begins today July 27, 2009 and ends on August 3rd, 2009! Winner will be announced August 4th. Open to 18+ USA. You must leave your email so I can contact you if you win. You will have 48 hours to respond or I will choose a new winner. Winners will be chosen using random.org.
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  • Shelly said:  

    My 4 year old loves playdoh and making up songs. She is ithcing to get Bendaroos!

  • Shelly said:  

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  • peg42 said:  

    My sons love to make things out of boxes. They made little houses for their army and firemen. They've made little trucks and cars too. They love to cut them up and decorate them with felt, construction paper,etc. We had gotten a couple of boxes a couple of days ago and they asked if they could make something out of them. Now they're on the lookout for more boxes. lol

  • MOMFOREVERANDEVER said:  

    my kids use creativity by reusing items for crafts, making notecards and having lots of craft fun by using what they have

  • Sara said:  

    They love sidewalk chalk!! The compete to see who can be the most creative.
    seraphou@aol.com
    Sara

  • Paula said:  

    We love to sit outside or lay on a blanket and look at the clouds. We try to find shapes that remind us of things.

  • Jamie said:  

    My son loves to pretend to talk on the phone, cook, sweep and anything else I do!

    jamie5315@hotmail.com

  • Rebecca Graham said:  

    I read to my kids and ask them to draw a picture from what I have read to them.

  • Naomi said:  

    My kids are always drawing and making things out of little bits of paper and string... my daughter, Roo, thinks that she should have some Bendaroos because they share a name. Every time she sees the tv commercial she says so!

  • janetfaye said:  

    My grandson and I use our magination when we play restaurant or bus driver.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  • janetfaye said:  

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  • Sonya said:  

    Gracie and I use clay. We both make things and then we paint them. Thanks!

  • 1agordon said:  

    they like making heir own movies.

  • Traumajunky said:  

    We are always doing something creative - decorating clothes, school supply box, shoes. We love to cook together and experiment all the time with new recipes. We also love to make up songs. I will start with something crazy and then my daughter will change the lyrics a bit to something else. She really wants bendaroos so this would be an awesome win for us. Thanks!

  • TheGhostBlogger said:  

    Mary D
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    My kids love to draw 'story' books - we take recycled paper and staple it into sheets, then they draw, color in, and write their own 'story' books :)

  • GAAM said:  

    My son loves to talk to his animals. He will sit in his crib and have full on conversations with his stuffed animals. He'll laugh, he'll talk, and sometimes the conversation gets quite intense. But they always make up as he snuggles with his favorite ones.

    Ali
    TrashcanDreams@hotmail.com

  • plhill2000 said:  

    My kids love to pretend they are NASCAR drivers and hold their own races.

  • Mary said:  

    We write stories together. I will start with the first line and then the next child writes one and so on. We've come up with some good ones! I've run a daycare for over 25 years now and the kids never cease to amaze me with their imaginations.

    mamie316@sbcglobal.net

  • jamielz said:  

    My kids love using their imagination. At night, sometimes instead of reading stories we make them up.
    jamielz@verizon.net

  • jamielz said:  

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  • Heather M said:  

    My 3 yr old LOVES play doh. and She's always mixing the colors and Trying to make stuff with it! She loves to Color as well, she's VERY creative!

    hmahan_0529 @ yahoo dot com

  • Kim said:  

    we use our imaginations by acting out our own movies!

  • denyse said:  

    My kids are the most creative story tellers.

    denyse_g@hotmail.com

  • abfantom said:  

    My daughter has been asking for these!

    I like when she uses her imagination because it teaches her how to entertain herself with the things she has at hand.


    abfantom (at) yahoo (dot) com

  • Stephanie said:  

    We are always thinking of new ways to cut corners on our budget in creative ways.

    Besides freecycling and paperback swap I often go on neighborhood walks on the weekends.

    Living in a big city, people are always leaving things out on their stoop with "free" signs. We have come across some great finds in our days!

  • Julie said:  

    my 5 yr old has been having carnival games in our backyard! He invented 'rock toss' -you have to throw a rock in a cup, and 'ball throw' -you can get what you do with that. He is AWESOME at using his imagination..especially for an only child. He NEVER tells me he is bored.

  • Abby said:  

    My girls love to play in our sprinkler with their umbrellas no less! ;)








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  • makeetis said:  

    My kids play grocery store and they pretend a sheet on some chairs is their castle just to name a couple.
    brewerchickey78(at)yahoo.com

  • soundsliketomatoes said:  

    Holy cow, my kids would have a ball. They love to make anything, currently it's puppies out of rocks and yarn. Shapeless lumps to me, but creations to them.

    Kearsie at soundsliketomatoes(at)gmail(dot)com

  • soundsliketomatoes said:  

    Just twittered about this. and am following now.

  • Julie said:  

    My daughter and I used to play "secretary" We would set up our desk,get old telephones, my husband's business invoices, pens,etc. She would do this when her friends would come over.

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  • carol said:  

    My grandkids make all kids of animals and would love me to win this for them...thanks for the great giveaway

  • grammyrivard said:  

    We use our imagination by playing a game called 'would you rather?' where you choose and have to explain why between 2 different choices of whoever turn it is. It a fun game and gets the imagination juices flowing. God's Blessings to all....
    grammyrivard@live.com

  • Baby Banz, Inc. said:  

    we love to get out all the stickers we end up with and make little story books with them - easy to do - just fold over some construction paper, staple, tie or sew and then let them use sticklers to create a story book - they love it and we easily spend an hour on it..

  • LN said:  

    Well, here is a typical imagination story from our home. Saturday I asked my 2.5 year old if he'd like to use the toilet. No. I finally got out of him why not. "Because there are animals in the bathroom"...no, we do not have pets, nor have we ever. So I "removed" the animals and threw them out our door. "I see 3 more." Threw those out as well. "There are 5 animals still" Ok, those went out the window. Then, he sat nicely.
    I assume he'll be able to come up with some very creative ideas for Bendaroos!! :)

  • LN said:  

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  • dctm said:  

    My daughter makes up stories all the time and draws the stories on paper.

    Christie
    dctm at bellsouth dot net

  • sweetsue said:  

    My three year old granddaughter pretends to be animals. Her favorite animal to be is a cat. When she is a cat she drinks water out of a bowl with her tongue!
    smchester at gmail dot com

  • Erica said:  

    We love building things...out of legos, boxes, play-doh. You name it. If it can be turned into an airplane, we'll do it!
    erica.zimmerman@gmail.com

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  • Erica said:  

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  • Erica said:  

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  • Meredith said:  

    Our favorite is dress up. You can make your hat and go to a pretend world.

  • Estelle said:  

    My daughter likes to make her own paper dolls. She's pretty artistic and she loves to draw all different kinds oc clothes on her dolls before she cuts them out.

  • hminnesota said:  

    my 6 yr old makes stories and tells you after she is done drawing.

  • mverno said:  

    we make believe that we are different people with different personalities mverno@roadrunner.com

  • semtaylor said:  

    We like to use our imagination by using normal household things to build houses or forts with. Spend a lot of time designing and playing with these. semtaylor(at)yahoo(dot)com

  • deedleweedle said:  

    My kids like to go in a closet with flashlights and pretend they are camping.

  • snowmermaid said:  

    Bendaroo's are the new pipe cleaners only more funny and safe!
    Dressing up Dad with make-up and costumes(Dad can't look at a mirror) to surprise Mom with the results.Kids LOVE to do this and helps Dad get out of his man cave.

  • Sheila said:  

    It's important to turn off the computer & tv, and let the kids make their own play. So my kids played with building materials and doll houses, and I read to them from books without pictures (like the OZ books) - so they could build their imaginations.
    Sheila
    chiliburger@icehouse.net

  • Lo said:  

    My son has just started imaginative play, and he loves to pretend to eat and drink. Pretty cute!

  • Lo said:  

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  • Lo said:  

    Here's my tweet: http://twitter.com/prizealert/status/2900156739

  • mogrill said:  

    My daughter REALLY wants these. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

  • Kathryn said:  

    My son has been beggng for bendaroos. He is always making things out of paper, like message senders for all his friends! These would be great for him!

  • Nad said:  

    My son loves to design intricate things with legos (buildings, spaceships, etc).
    Thanks for the chance!

    treflea4 at gmail dot com

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    I suscribe.

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    I follow on Google Friend.

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  • Jen@BigBinder said:  

    My kids are all about playing dogs right now. They have a whole dog language (they seem to understand each other) and roam around the house making 'dog houses' and finding 'bones'.

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  • Kristie said:  

    We like to make fun things with play dough then squish them! :-)

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  • jewell330 said:  

    My nine-year-old son is very imaginative. We love to read and play board games together. We make paper airplanes and origami. We do make-believe games (for instance, he'll pretend he's a knight and I'm the dragon and he slays me) :) He is the last one at home, so I am enjoying every moment with him.

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  • Sue said:  

    My son likes to play cars and make all the sounds and crashes!

  • allancarol said:  

    well my kids are grown but my granddaughter likes to use her imagination a lot i think its because she is crazy like her grandmother

  • BUSY BEE said:  

    My kids have wonderful imagination - they play house all the time, love to work with bead to make designs and necklaces and they love pla-doh. They have been begging for bendaroos!!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    bsyb100 at gmail .com

  • cstironkat said:  

    We have been using sidewalk chalk lately. Inside we have beads, model majic and a digital camera. The kids and I like to enter online photo contests. Our dog has just won 3rd place in the java jounal's funniest photo contest.

  • AmandaSue said:  

    My family uses there imaginations by creating books and telling stories to each other, we also like taking adventures in the backyard and pretending we are on an island.
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  • AmandaSue said:  

    Blogger follower thanks.
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  • Katie said:  

    My kids love to set up a "restaurant" when they play with play-doh.
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

  • Sunny View said:  

    I like to use my imagination by writing blog entries. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Sunny View said:  

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  • Carol EL said:  

    My grandson loved to make up different scenarios for us to act out,he had a wild imagination. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  • Lynn H said:  

    This would definitely keep my triplet nephews busy...which my sister-in-law would love!

  • txgiggles45 said:  

    My kidlets and I use our imaginations by making our own greeting cards! But we don't do computer-generated cards, and we don't just use paper on paper. We use all kinds of little things to make designs, like ribbons, buttons, dried flowers, leaves, cut-up pictures from magazines, anything we can use to make a design on a card! Our friends and family just love receiving these cards! Thank you for the contest!
    txgigggles@yahoo.com

  • clynsg said:  

    My daughters both loved to tell very involved stories when they were little. Neither of them became writers, but it was not for lack of imagination!

    clynsg at yahoo.com

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  • Linda said:  

    My grandson loves to play with Legos when he visits, we build cars, buildings, and people and make streets and towns.
    lgrieser(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

  • Heather said:  

    My nephew and I are constantly creating new things - with paper and pens to all different Lego creations.
    jswandrn @ gmail.com

  • sandis3 said:  

    We find ways to entertain with magic.

  • bboyle said:  

    My daughter has a ton of craft supplies and she is really good at using her imagination to make new things.

  • Betty N said:  

    My grandkids and I play board games (I get them at garage sales and keep an assortment here to use with them). They have enjoyed simple art projects like "Dot Paint" and sand art, play doh, etc

  • Betty N said:  

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  • Lower Mitten Kitten said:  

    My 4 yr old son loves to color and use stickers. He's been asking for these - I'd sure like to win them for him,

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  • Kimberly said:  

    We get creative with sidewalk chalk. There is a virtually endless canvas, so it is easy to imagine lots of things. :)

  • debbie78 said:  

    My grandson would love these. Please enter me, thank you

  • Mia J. said:  

    My daughter loves to do crafts and draw and we like to make up our own stories doing a line at a time she does one, then i do the next line. That is always fun.

  • Hotsnotty2 said:  

    My daughter and he friends love making up plays and performing them for their families! Thanks!

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  • mail4rosey said:  

    My daughter likes to make up stories to tell, and she likes to make up dances that she performs for the whole family.

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  • Smooshy said:  

    we make up our own bedtime stories to tell to each other!

  • jennem said:  

    We like to make crafts out of old bottles and egg cartons.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

  • courtneystoffel said:  

    My son and I love to draw pictures together and make stories from them.

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  • Bebemiqui said:  

    My monkeys love to paint and my daughter adores drawing.
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  • Mary said:  

    My kiddo loves to color & paint and loves to play with her dolls.
    Thanks!

  • Betty N said:  

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  • Katrina said:  

    we love fort with blankets

  • selinda_mccumbers said:  

    My son loves to make "maps"!

    Thanks,

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  • demmi said:  

    I will read a story to my kids and then they will pretend to be a character in the book con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

  • j said:  

    I can just see my creative grandkids with this great toy---heck I would have fun with them too.

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  • Brian & Mandey said:  

    My daughter is very creative and would love to use bendaroos to make cool room decor for her walls, like butterflies and ladybugs.
    Mandey clark2713@gmail.com

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  • Brian & Mandey said:  

    for the lucia shoes - Emilios Lime size 10 toddler. or the toodle pink in size 1 girls. Mandey.

  • kathy55439 said:  

    My boys make everything into a farm.....

  • Mimi the kitten said:  

    I like to sketch drawings inspired by Scripture.

  • paula h said:  

    Mine like to draw, make up games, build with blocks and to do crafts.

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  • The Pink Dance said:  

    We've seen this on the tele and love it! We would make artistic pictures or decorate and makes some piggy banks.

  • Angela said:  

    My kids have such a better imagination than I do! My mother gave me some long fabric swatches for a curtain she was going to make for the kids rooms. It has been transformed into a blanket, a hammock, scarves for "winter", a mask, and as a hairdresser decoration. Who knows what they'll think of next!

  • dddiva said:  

    My kids always liked to make up stories and songs.

  • Brian said:  

    We like to pretend we are having picnics. We pretend that we are going to the grocery store. My son sometimes likes to take our order like he is a waiter at a restaurant. We love to use our imagination.


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  • Sarah C said:  

    I like to make up silly songs with my daughter's name in them.

  • AEKZ2 said:  

    My son uses his imagination by creating stories and telling them to me. Thanks!

  • bison61 said:  

    we have seen these on the TV my granddaughter would enjoy them she loves arts and crafts

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  • 2kidsblogger said:  

    my boys love to play pretend out on the swingset!

    I'd love to win this prize, thanks for sponsoring this.

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  • ktanjatk said:  

    I like to invent stories with my nieces and nephews and than use a variety of techniques to visualize them! This would be a great addition to our art supply!

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  • Amanda said:  

    My daughter (and I play with her of course!) uses her imagination by dressing up in her dress up clothes and pretending she is a princess. macd82 at gmail dot com

  • tawnda said:  

    my daughter loves to draw, write stories, and make jewelry... Bendaroos would be a big hit here

  • autie said:  

    I like to have a junk box to mess around with weird odd bits and pieces.

  • Renee G said:  

    My oldest boy loves decorating cardboard boxes to turn them into a pirate ship, or an airplane or even a car.
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  • electricisland said:  

    Drawing what's on our minds.

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  • erma said:  

    My kids love to read.
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    i have a almost 3 year old toddler. he likes making starwars ships using legos and he scribbles a lot!
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  • Becky said:  

    My kids keep seeing this on TV and want some. Anywho, to get creative we do lots of things chalk, waterproof painting..

  • r said:  

    My son makes hockey goals and sticks for our family to play.

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  • kngmckellar said:  

    They like to dress up with old funny looking clothes!

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  • Sonya said:  

    My kids and I are always making up stories, games and acting out plays!

  • Sarah Z said:  

    My daughter and I write stories together!
    Thanks
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  • Mommyofthreeboys said:  

    My boys are all boys, and of course after bathtime, they are Superman, or batman whichever they prefer that evening.

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  • oona. said:  

    My daughter likes to make her own board games, by cutting up old magazines and recycling cardboard from cereal boxes.
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  • Mae said:  

    my daughter and son like using box to build tents.

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  • Tammy said:  

    We like to play different types of music & draw what it makes think or feel.

  • Sweeter the berry said:  

    My daughter, who is 7, writes poems for me and she loves making things from play-doh, drawing, reading, painting and everything creative under the sun and wants Bendaroos!

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  • Janna @ Feed Your Pig said:  

    My nephew and I make fruit loop necklaces! Not very orgional, but he loves it!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

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  • idahomom said:  

    I would love to get my boys from in front of the tv. This looks like some great creative play.

  • tabandmike said:  

    My 5yo loves to draw and make crafty things. She's been begging for these things.

    Thanks for the contest!!!
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  • Donna said:  

    They like to color and draw.
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  • lace said:  

    They love to pretend that they are fish swimming in the ocean and get trapped in a net (the hammock chair) and then get thrown in the boat (hammock) and then get cooked and eaten. Strange I know.

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