Friday, February 3, 2012

SMMART GIVEAWAY:
Disney on Ice Toy Story3
(Salt Lake City, March 7-11, 2012)
(Giveaway Closed)

Congratts to our Winner: Jamie said...

Jamie S.
We like leap frog!
WHAT: Inspired by the #1 animated movie of all time, Toy Story 3, and memorable moments from Toy Story and Toy Story 2, everyone’s favorite characters are hitting the ice in this sensational live production coming to your hometown! Catch all the heroic action when Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie and the Toy Story gang escape from the rambunctious tots of Sunnyside Daycare and race for home, in their most daring adventure ever. Plus a few new faces join the fun, including Barbie’s groovy bachelor Ken and Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear. It’s the biggest Toy Story experience ever on ice, jam-packed with fast-paced adventure such as Buzz’s galactic battle with Emperor Zurg and a hoe-down on the set of “Woody’s Roundup.” Relive the humor, friendship and charm of Toy Story when Disney On Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 takes family fun to infinity and beyond!

WHEN: March 7-11, 2012
Wednesday, March 7 – 7:00pm
Thursday, March 8 – 7:00pm
Friday, March 9 – 4:00pm & 7:30pm
Saturday, March 10 – 11:00am, 2:30pm & 6:30pm
Sunday, March 11 – 1:30pm & 5:30pm

WHERE: EnergySolutions Arena – 301 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

TICKETS: Ticket prices range from $13, $17, $23, $40 (VIP) and $52 (Front Row)
Opening Night seats available for only $12 each (discount does not apply to premium seating)
**All seats reserved; service charges and handling fees may apply
Tickets are are available through the EnergySolutions Arena Box Office and all SmithTix locations, via phone by calling 801-355-SEAT or 800-888-TIXX and online at www.energysolutionsarena.com or www.smithstix.com.

"The Toys are Back in Town!"  I have a FAMILY-4-PASS to give away!

Enter the Giveaway- 2 entries possible:
1) Comment below and leave your name (first name and last initial) and email.  Tell me what your favorite educational toys or games are.  Birthdays are coming up for my kiddos and I am very interested in what great toys and game you have found!

2)Comment below and leave your name (first name and last initial) and email.  Tell me that you follow my blog.  (Click on the "Join/Follow" button over the little face icons, in my left side bar.)

Winner's name will be posted Friday, February 17th!  You will have 24 hours to email me at SMMARTideas@hotmail.com to claim your tickets, or I will choose another winner.  I will email you if you have left your contact info. 

50 comments:

Laura said...

Oh, I'd love to win. One of my favorite toy shops sorts ideas by age: fatbraintoys.com We love the perplexus:
http://www.fatbraintoys.com/toy_companies/plasmart/perplexus.cfm

Laura W. whipple_l (at) hotmail

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Shauna said...

Shauna N. jsnorton05@gmail.com For my son's 4th birthday he received a work book binder. It's got traceable sheets and other fun pages that he can work on then erase and do again another time. Also we love Leap Frog games. Thanks for doing this giveaway!!

Shauna said...

Shauna N. jsnorton05@gmail.com I'm a follower and love when your on GTU!!! I follow you in my google reader!! Thanks again for this fun give a way!!

Alisa Didenhover said...

Alisa D. adidenhover@gmail.com
I love the Leapster games.

Alisa Didenhover said...

Alisa D. adidenhover@gmail.com
I follow you.

Anonymous said...

The best learning game we have played recently was homemade! We are working on recognizing numbers with my preschooler and so we made a go fish game with the numbers 1-10. Not only does it help with learning numbers, but it gets us to turn off the tv and spend time as a family!
kodi p- toadylynn at excite dot com

Anonymous said...

I'm a follower! kodi p
toadylynn at excite dot com

Jamie said...

Jamie S.
jaydenjaymes@yahoo.com

We like leap frog!

Jamie said...

Jamie S.
jaydenjaymes@yahoo.com

Of course I follow your blog!

Stacy and Justin said...

Stacy B.
guslovesme@yahoo.com

National Geographic for kids!

Stacy and Justin said...

Stacy B.
guslovesme@yahoo.com

I now follow your blog. Thanks for all the great ideas!

jenny_moffat said...

Jenny M.
jenny_moffat@hotmail.com

I love the Red Balloon store they have some great games. There is also a website that has tons of games to help kids with reading skills, http://www.fcrr.org/curriculum/SCAindex.shtm. Pick a grade level, then the skills you want your child to practice, and then print it. I have turned them into file folder games or games in manila envelopes. A great site for teachers and parents.

jenny_moffat said...

Jenny M.
jenny_moffat@hotmail.com

I also follow you!

Jeni Jo said...

Jeni W
jeni.walton@gmail.com

We love games at our house! We get to spend time as a family and talk. Our new favorite game that we got for Christmas is Disney Cranium. The kids love it! Another favorite homemade game is "Family Memory". I made memory out of pictures of family memebers. (Including family that doesn't live close by so the kids could remember all family.) I put the pictures in baseball card holds, so I could update pictures as needed without the lamination cost. Love watching you on GTU!

Janell R. Cropper said...

Janell R
rowley7of7@hotmail.com

We love memory games at our house. My 4 year old is amazing at matching up new things.

Janell R. Cropper said...

Janell R
rowley7of7@hotmail.com

I follow your blog as well

3chickapens said...

Melanie R.

Two of our favorite things this year for Christmas were remote control cars (I think they are good for hand eye coordination, imagination etc) my girls have played with them for hours. Of course they were pink. And we got the girls pink baseball mitts and softballs, trying to teach them outdoor fun and a sports as well.

3chickapens said...

Melanie R.

Always following!

Matt and Cris P. said...

I now follow!
Cristina P.
cpebley@gmail.com

Matt and Cris P. said...

cristina P.
cpebley@gmail.com

I recently made a bunch of bean bags for my kids. They love them. We use them for spelling, math, races, family games, and catching and throwing practice among many other things.

My family would love to go!

Briann said...

briann n. briannbarnum@hotmail.com i love the leapster products

Briann said...

Briann N briannbarnum@hotmail.com i follow

Mandy said...

Mandy A
cluelessme8@hotmail.com
My kids LOVE their Leap Pads!

Mandy said...

Mandy A
cluelessme8@hotmail.com
I follow!

michelle said...

michelle b
dballingham@hotmail.com
I follow

Elizabeth said...

My favorite learning toy is the VTech Preschool - Adventure Learning Globe. It is so much to move the airplane around the globe while learning new things. This toy is designed for preschoolers but all of my older neices and nephews love playing with it too.

Elizabeth Slick
miss_qy25@yahoo.fr

amibelle said...

Amy M.
amylindseth@gmail.com
I follow you

amibelle said...

Amy M.
amylindseth@gmail.com
Spot It is a fun travel-size card game for 7-11 yr olds, but fun for adults too.

Brianne said...

Brianne N.
briannenelson01 at gmail.com
The favorite educational toys around here are played on the Leapster. My son loves it.

Brianne said...

Brianne N.
briannenelson01 at gmail.com
I am a follower of your fabulous blog. Thanks Lisa!! You're amazing.

Jennica and Preston said...

Jennica P.
pjnpatterson(at)yahoo(dot)com

My daughter loves her LeapPad and she learns so much from it! We also love games around here!

Jennica and Preston said...

Jennica P.
pjnpatterson(at)yahoo(dot)com

I follow your blog!

superpaige said...

Puzzles of all kinds. My son has a perplexis ball, which has been great fun!

Paige E.

The Fantastic Four said...

LeapPad Explorer for sure!!
Jenn S.
jenncutie at hotmail dot com

The Fantastic Four said...

Follow on GFC
Jenn S.
jenncutie at hotmail dot com

pauline15 said...

Pauline M, pauline15_01(at)hotmail(dot)com - Laser tag is great! Not extremely educational but it's the one toy that I've found keeps them outside and playing even through the winter!
pauline15_01(at)hotmail(dot)com

pauline15 said...

Pauline M, pauline15_01(at)hotmail(dot)com

I'm a google friend!

Jackie said...

Jackie S, Jackiesanders@live.com- I like the Leapster games!

Jackie said...

Jackie S, Jackiesanders@live.com
I follow your blog!

Becky said...

Becky V

beckyvilos (at) hotmail (dot) com

We love all leapfrog items, videos, ect.

Becky said...

Becky V

beckyvilos (at) hotmail (dot) com

I follow your blog.

Diana said...

Diana H
hrddiana556@gmail.com
My granddaughters like their leap pad

Diana said...

Diana H
hrddiana556@gmail.com
I follow on GFC

head said...

Heather zzzuzz@gmail.com
I follow this blog. Thanks for all the work that you put into it!

head said...

Heather zzzuzz@gmail.com

We love marble run toys. We have spent hours creating different combinations. Another winner in my house is Legos.

collyn23 said...

Toni J. collyn23@hotmail.com

i love educational insights toys or green tree toys and leapster brand stuff

collyn23 said...

toni j. collyn23@hotmail.com I follow

Michelle P. said...

My oldest is only 2.5, so we are still into puzzles and Leapfrog DVDs, but I have heard wonderful things about the Tag Reader. We'll be investing in one of those in a couple years.

Michelle P. barnyardbeanies(at)gmail(dot)com

Michelle P. said...

I follow on GFC

barnyardbeanies(at)gmail(dot)com

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