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GIVEAWAY: Blocks by Green Toys! (US) -CLOSED-

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I like to think that I care about our environment and the type of toys my little boy uses.  I don't always make the best choices, however thanks to companies like Green Toys, we have the option of choosing better toys for our kids and for our planet. Green Toys line of products include trucks, blocks, play kitchen items and much more.

Recently, we received some Green Toys Blocks!  A set of 18 blocks are all are oversized and lightweight which makes it easy for my 20 month old to hold, stack and unstack. The best thing? Green Toys Blocks are safe. No BPA, PVC, phthalates or external coatings!  These blocks are made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk containers that save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  My son has been playing with them for over a month and likes them more and more everyday.

Please learn more about this fabulous green toy company and their products.  Add one of these items to your Christmas list or win the Green Toys Blocks by entering our giveaway!

One reader will win Green Toys Blocks! US only

Please fill out the form to enter:

Giveaway will end Wednesday, December 7th at midnight MST. Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  I received above item for free for review purposes.  All opinions are my own. No other compensation was received. Giveaway sponsored by Green Toys.  Email addresses will be deleted after giveaway. Your privacy is important. US residents only.
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holly allen said…
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pits2love said…
fav green toy is the green blocks right here on you giveaway! Because my kids LOVE legos!!! Ty!
latanya said…
https://twitter.com/#!/sweetums82/status/141926080163483649
Tara said…
I like the tool set and the blocks!
smasek said…
I like the stacking cups or the blocks. What a great product!
Heather C said…
I love the little tools!
Alicia M said…
I really like the the firetruck. My son would love it!
Alicia C. said…
I'd have to say that the Flat-Bed Truck & Race Car would be my son's favorite!
The Knapps said…
I also love their Tool Set

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AndreaH said…
My favorite toy is the Green Toys Fire Truck.

AndreaH
davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com
Nicole B said…
I like the Pizza Parlor set - my kids love to play restaurant & they'd love this!
Anonymous said…
never tried so will be nice to have toys for my grandkids to play with at my house!
I think the Green Toys Stacking cups would be fun for my new grandson.
Faythe gramousetails ATgmailcom
my favorite ( of many) is the Green Toys™ Stacking Cups
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Kim said…
I love the Dump Truck
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petchk79 said…
I love the stacking cups!
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Janet W. said…
My favorite is the Dump Truck!
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Nikki B. said…
I really like the Fire Truck.
luckyseattlemom said…
I like their star stacking cups
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Nick M. said…
My son loves fire trucks, so it would have to be that one!
Laura Lefever said…
The green blocks!
Charlotte Varner said…
Like the chef set!
Theresa said…
I like the sand castle making set :0
Emilee said…
I like the cookware and dining set!!
Elizabeth said…
I love the fire truck!
stephanie kandray said…
i love that firetruck!
Hifam said…
I love the race cars!
Jody H
Anonymous said…
My grandson would love the tool set and my granddaughters would love the tea set

Tracy Diederich
Heather Irwin said…
I love the recycle truck!
Heather Irwin said…
I didn't see a place to put my blog address for the button extra entry

http://feelinkindacrunchy.blogspot.com/
Kimberly said…
I like the pink tool set. It's super cute and not a toy typically made for girls.
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Kimberly said…
I like their Tea Set
Kims2312@Verizon.net
ufg8trj said…
I love the trucks
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Kathy Davis said…
My favorite Green Toy is the Dump Truck.

Kathy Davis
kdavis1@centurytel.net
Colleen M said…
I really like Green Toys Dish Set.

colljerr at comcast dot net
Trista Z said…
chef set :)

tristazmail@yahoo.com
lilyk said…
I love the Cookware and Dining Set!

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