Friday Giveaway: Hasbro Twister Hopscotch Games

It’s a whole new way to hopscotch and a whole new way to test your body twister-style! How will you hop… In a straight line? A diamond or a zig zag? You can even set up your own path with the durable, non-slip rings and spin your way to hopscotch fun! This game is easy to learn, quick to set up, and the movable rings let you change your path and customize your game every time you play. I love that this game gets my kids moving, and that it is super small and easy to pack away. We have been playing it in our garage, which is our play room by day, and it has been a big hit for us all! It is a great game to play indoors on a gloomy day when you are wishing that your kids could be outside burning off that childhood energy. This is a great game for preschoolers on up!

Hasbro is generously giving away 5 Twister Hopscotch games to 5 lucky mamas! Leave us a comment telling us what your favorite game to play on the playground growing up was.

(This giveaway will close Thursday, 12/11/08 at 11 PM)

And now, for the winners of the Groovy Girls RSVP dolls ...

(jennhali)
(mandee)
And the winner of the Shutterfly cards ...
(kathleen)

Thanks everyone for playing! Keep coming back for more surprise giveaways this month.


34 comments:

  1. I loved Hopscotch & Jacks - who remembers playing Jacks? Not suprisingly, my 4 year old LOVES Hopscotch & plays on whatever even resembles a hopscotch grid. She draws her own with chalk or even rocks that "write" on the sidewalk. Fun fun! Thanks for hosting!

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  2. I just bought two of the games yesterday for upcoming birthday gifts and got one for my daughter. I think it is such a great idea and I love having a game be active and physical.

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  3. Tetherball was the best!

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  4. I can't believe I won! And of course when I wrote that #1 never wins. Thank you!

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  5. I loved playing all forms of tag -- freeze tag, TV tag, etc. It was just fun. Plus -- no equipment required!

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  6. I loved me some four square!

    :)jamie ivey

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  7. oooo... i loved four square, hopscotch and swinging.

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  8. I always loved to jump rope and play four square!

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  9. i love to play kick the can and football.

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  10. Growing up my favorite game was definitely "Tree Tag" which my brother's and I played in our front yard. Board games though... I'm going to go with Scrabble (and as a result we are all pretty good spellers. :)

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  11. The game 4 square & chinese jump rope

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  12. I loved playing double dutch and tag. My daughter loves hopscotch though and is constantly drawing herself hopscotch squares, so i think i'll get this game for her even if i don't win!

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  13. I loved playing on the bars (although one time I fell off the top bar and landed on my head), playing marbles and of course the good old tether ball.

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  14. Hopscotch was it!!! Loved it and loved collectiong the links! I forgot what those links were called!
    Carla
    cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  15. We had big tractor tires that you could jump on, sit in, run around. Rural Minnesota...good times

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  16. My favorite was definitely jumping rope- whenever Canadian weather permitted. :)

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  17. Mine was "Kickball!" I love the game in your giveaway drawing. What a fun twist on an old game. Please enter me in your drawing. Many thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  18. I grew up in Wales in rural UK where it was freezing. So we relied mainly on board games, my favoutites were snakes and ladders and Monopoly. I always lost!!!

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  19. wow this looks realy neet i love to try and win this and well we use to play ghost in tthe grave yeard when i was a kid and red rovver and things like that and jacks . and hopscotch any how enter me in on this thanks

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  20. I always loved to jump rope and play four square! Thanks!

    Stampnsark@aol.com

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  21. I loved Hopscotch! And Hide-n-Seek!

    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  22. jumprump was fu- and I was one of those that loved dodge ball

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  23. Four square was the best, oh, and I liked to beat the boys at marbles too ;)

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  24. My favorite games to play at the playground were hopscotch and jump rope. Thank-you.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

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  25. This looks like a great game for kids. When I was a kid hopscotch was big. So was roller skating.

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  26. I can remember tons of games of four square when I was a kid and how much fun it was, that was definitely my favorite!

    Thanks!
    xpsundell(at)gmail(dot)com

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  27. MFJ:
    I loved to play double dutch.
    watson(at)zerostreet(dot)net

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  28. I used to love playing on the monkey bars!

    Marianne
    mjackson(at)wwhgd(dot)com
    www.crochetbymommaj.etsy.com
    http://crochetbymommaj.blogspot.com/

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  29. We used to always play "Red Rover, Red Rover." Remember that one? Where all the kids would link arms and say "Red Rover, Red Rover, send (one of the kids names) right over?" and the kid would run and try to break through your linked arms? It's a wonder no one ever ended up with broken limbs in that game, but we played it EVERY recess!

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  30. love playing hide and go seek and also hopscotch with a little rock as our marker.

    gina dizzine
    gidizzi@aol.com

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  31. Dodgeball

    luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

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  32. Four square and jumping rope... sometimes the jungle gyms. Aah those were the days, hehe.

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