Smiling like Sunshine: High Tea Shape Matching Set Review and Giveaway

Tuesday, 2 August 2011

High Tea Shape Matching Set Review and Giveaway

When I was contacted by John Crane toys to review this High Tea Shape Matching Set, I knew my daughter would LOVE to play with it.
This is a lovely wooden two tiered cake stand and shape sorter with 15 different types of brightly coloured cakes. The cakes are beautifully painted with lots of details.
The small wooden cakes can be matched to their places on the cake stand using either the base which is numbered 1-15 with the numbers on the base of the cakes, or using the tea set as a shape sorter.

While my 4 1/2 year daughter loves having a tea party with her dolls and plush toys, my 19 month old son enjoys sorting the shapes. Great toy both for role playing and hand/eye coordination and shape recognition.

High Tea Shape Matching Set is available from all good toy stores including Dillon’s ToyBox .

I am very happy to be able to giveaway this toy to one lucky reader , thanks to John Crane Toys.

To enter the Giveaway just leave a comment on this post telling me what your favorite toy was as a child and your name will be included in a random draw.
If you want extra chances  you can:
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For any of the extra entries to count you must leave a separate comment here on this post saying what extra chance you’ve gone for (eg tweeted about the giveaway etc).
  •  The closing date for entries is Tuesday 9th August at midnight and the winners will be announced some time during the day on Wednesday.
  • The Giveaway is open to UK residents. (sorry international readers)
  • Please include your e-mail so that I can reach you.

Disclaimer: The toy was provided gratis by the supplier, this review however reflects our honest opinion and experience.

The winner of this giveaway is Playful learners. Thanks to all who entered and a big thanks to John Crane Toys for providing the toys.