Thursday, November 21, 2013

Christmas Gift Guide- Educational Insights Freeze Up Electronic Game Review and Giveaway!

Educational Insights
 
 
Freeze Up!®Having fun games (non video) on hand is very important to me. They are indispensable for rainy days, long car rides, and "I'm Board" moments.  I also want something the children can play themselves after a introductory game or two with mom. So when I found Educational Insights I quickly grew a huge list of wants for my kids.  Educational Insights is a company that provides high quality affordable educational toys and products for children. So when Educational Insights offered to send me one of their electronic games I was thrilled!
 
Here is a little blurb from the company:

Based in Southern California, Educational Insights, is the manufacturer of playful products with serious educational value, including subject-specific classroom products, teacher resources, educational toys, and games. Our products are designed by seasoned educators and parents who know that, first and foremost, learning must be fun.

 
One of the games they sent me was Freeze Up ages 8-99 $24.99.  It is a fun electronic game that asks the players to say a word from a certain category starting with a certain letter before the time runs out.  So you might have to think of a flower starting with the letter W!  This game was allot of fun not only for my children but for me and my husband!   We got stumped several times and then you can choose a new category or letter.  It is a fast moving game that doesn't go on forever so it keeps the attention of younger kids without frustrating them.

This is a great game and would make a perfect Christmas present for not just kids but also families and teenagers.


 

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The Giveaway!

 
Educational Insights has been super generous in giving one of The Thrifty Housewife's readers a Freeze Up ($24.99 Value) of their very own just in time for Christmas!  Use the rafflecopter below to enter, all entries are optional, all winning entries are verified.  Good Luck!

http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/33ddb956/" rel="nofollow">a Rafflecopter giveaway


 
The Thrifty Housewife was not compensated for this post, I did receive a sample product(s) for the purposes of review. This did not influence my review or my opinions. My views are 100% my own. This giveaway is not affiliated with facebook, pinterest, twitter, or any other social media website.  The winner will be chosen through the rafflecopter form which uses Random.org. All entries are optional.  Winner will be notified by email within 48 hours of contest end.  Winner has 24 hours to respond to the  email.  Failure to respond will result in a new winner being chosen.  Open to US only. 

31 comments:

  1. My son would like the Nancy B’s Science Club AquaScope™ and Underwater Wonders Activity Journal

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  2. Classroom Jep. and donate to my daughter's class. That is a possible maybe for a class Christmas gift this year :)

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  3. The Geo-Safari Talking Globe - Harlena Dyer mnlghtelf@hotmail.com

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  4. The Talking Globe would be one of my first purchases. I have a grandson that is so into geography at the age of 4....he knows his oceans, continents and all 50 states already. I find it just amazing. THis would be a great gift for him. (mickey Louth)

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  5. This sounds like a fun game! Great giveaway! Thanks! :)

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  6. Monday is family game night, this sounds like a great one.

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  7. Monday is family game night, this sounds like a good one.

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  8. My kids would love the puppets on a stick! Kbroderi@msn.com

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  9. I'd get one of the stamp sets. Looks like fun!

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  10. I would like the Hot Dots® Jr. "Ace" - the Talking, Teaching Dog®

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  11. Phonics Pad

    Touch, listen and explore lots of key early learning skills!

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  12. Classroom Jeopardy would be so much fun.

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  13. TriTective™ The 3-letter mystery game looks good

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  14. I like the GeoSafari Jr. Kidnoculars
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  15. I love the omega telescope my boys would have lots of fun with this.

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  16. The animal eye viewers look so cool!
    http://www.educationalinsights.com/product/geosafari--174-+jr.+animal+eye+viewers%2C+set+of+3.do?sortby=ourPicks&sortby=&

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  17. oh!Geo-Safari Talking Globe looks like fun!

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  18. The Smens and Smencils would be fun
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

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  19. Would love the name that state game!

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  20. The digitz sounds like a fun gadget

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  21. I like the GeoSafari® Mystery Rock®

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  22. Nancy B's Science Club Binoculars and Wildlife Activity Journal would be great, ....in all seasons, ....for many ages!
    I see such fun learning happening with these tools and toys!

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  23. I would love the GeoSafari® Jr. Bug Viewer.

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  24. We could benefit from the phonics pad, two kids in pre-k and they both are learning to sound out words and really want to read !!!!

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  25. Dino Construction Company™–Spike the Ankylosaurus Steam Roller

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  26. I would also love to get Chet the Cat™ and Friends Dish Set.

    Thanks!
    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974 at gmail dot com

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