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Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Toyologist Giveaway...Jack and Jill

I love being a Toyologist.  Being able to test all the latest toys with my family is an absolute honour.  I also love the fact that I get to share the fun by offering a top toy prize on my blog every month!

This month I'm offering an Orchard Toys Jack and Jill game to one of my followers!


Suitable for ages 3 and up, players race up the hill to get to the well in this fun number and colour matching game.  Spinning the spinner might see you tumbling down the hill which adds a fun element that children will love.



To enter, simply leave a comment telling me what your favourite nursery rhyme is.  Then fill in the entry form below:  Bonus entries for tweeting and following Toys R Us on Facebook!  Good Luck!!




67 comments:

  1. Our favourite nursery rhyme is The grand old Duke of York and we use it to march everywhere! xx

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  2. Twinkle twinkle is our favourite.
    @01592_katie

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  3. Incey Wincey Spider is the favourite in our house

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  4. The Grand Old Duke of York is the favourite in this house at the moment! :) xx

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  5. It's gotta be Humpty Dumpty, poor guy !!!

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  6. we love baa baa black sheep

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  7. Has to be round and round the garden like a teddy bear... both my girls loved the tickles at the end

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  8. Jessica Whitehead-Stevens19 October 2011 at 09:25

    ring a ring a roses (because we like falling down)

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  9. There are so many to choose from but I like Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star the most

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  10. Love Orchard games. My favourite is Twinkle Twinkle only because I had to sing it over and over again to my oldest to get him to sleep. My youngest sings it as well. x

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  11. Humpty dumpty is my favourite! :D

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  12. "The Wheels on the bus"!

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  13. 'Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary - How Does your Garden Grow....'

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  14. The Grand old Duke of York - great for parachute games.

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  15. my favourite is Hey Diddle Diddle

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  16. I love Twinkle Twinkle Little Star!

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  17. Incy wincy spider...my daughter loves all the actions and tickles that go with it

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  18. Humpty Dumpty is our favourite nursery rhyme.

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  19. Pop goes the weasle is our favourite nursery rhyme.

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  20. I love Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

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  21. Incy Wincy Spider is mine and my son's favourite rhyme. As soon as we've finished singing, he's shouting 'Again, Again!'

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  22. My favourite nursery rhyme of all time is 'Rock a Bye Baby' my daughter has always loved it ever since she was born, i also remember it as a child. Best thing is you can make it into an action song as well which now my daughter is older she absolutely thinks its hilarious when the baby falls in the nursery rhyme x sweetkissez1986@hotmail.co.uk

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  23. I love 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' as it's worked well on both my babies and i am never in danger of forgetting the words plus it is really soothing. My little girl now does all the actions and helps to sing it to her baby brother which is so sweet!

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  24. Lily and I like Row Row your boat, we sit on the kitchen floor doing the actions while the dinner cooks

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  25. kirstine meredith21 October 2011 at 11:22

    I love Twinkle Twinkle Little Star as it originates from a town near me!!!!

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  26. I like baa, baa black sheep. I've learnt how to do it in makaton (sign language)!

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  27. The grand old duke of york

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  28. The Grand Old Duke of York :D

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  29. Up the tall white candlestick..

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  30. Rachael Woodcock21 October 2011 at 17:28

    I love Humpty Dumpty!

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  31. I love ' There was an old woman tossed up in a basket......' and made a huge poster of it when I studied childcare ! x

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  32. Polly had a dolly is my fave

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  33. The Grand Old Duke of York is my favourite.

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  34. Me (and my daughter) both love Row, row, row your boat :)

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  35. Me and my little girl love Pat a Cake, Pat a Cake :-)

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  36. Sophie_faith_Louise22 October 2011 at 09:54

    The grand old duke of York..my boys dress up like soldiers and march up and down to it. Never Fails to make me smile :-)

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  37. Has to be little miss muffet! We just love the screaming part at the end!

    @MoolBoots

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  38. Row row row a boat! This is my 1yo daughter fave!

    @Dorothee77

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  39. Humpty Dumpty! It's great - @topyam

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  40. ride a cock horse to banbury cross to see a white lady upon a white horse,

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  41. mine is incy wincy spider as my son loves copying me doing the actions

    jennakeller126@yahoo.co.uk x

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  42. twinkle twinkle littel star

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  43. Humpty Dumpty (as sung by Bob Johnson)

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  44. Row row row a boat!

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  45. We love Mary had a little lamb - my grandad taught us all the rude versions and as kids we felt sooo naughty when we said them :)

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  46. It has to be ring a ring a roses. Happy memories in the school playground with all the girls :)

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  47. has to be i'm a little teapot

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  48. Hickory Dickory Dock

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  49. Got to be the Wheels on the bus as my son loves it and I've been singing it constantly for months now!

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  50. me and my girls love... three little monkeys jumping on the bed!!

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  51. Jack and Jill was always popular, but favourite is Humpty Dumpty

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  52. We love Incy Wincy Spider but also a fan of Jack and Jill of course :) Thanks! x

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  53. my favourite was the grand old duke of York, i used to sit on my grandads knee while he bounced me up and down x

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  54. Shakeystephens200028 October 2011 at 01:04

    Old Macdonald had a farm....love to hear the kids making funny animal noises!

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  55. mine is Baa baa black sheep as my 13 month old sings along (well he says baa baa baa baa baa baa all the way through lol x

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  56. Twinkle twinkle little star in this house !

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  57. definitely twinkle twinkle!

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  58. twinkle twinkle :)

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