Go Play: Encourage Unstructured Play through Shout’s Go Play Sweepstakes

by Melanie Edwards on August 27, 2010 · 2 comments

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Kids Playing in Park
This post is part of a paid campaign.

I am thankful for my husband for many reasons. As I’ve mentioned before, he is a great father and a supportive husband. But, one of the things I truly love about him is how creative he is – not only professionally, but also at home. He is mostly the one to come up with fun activities and games we can play with our daughter. His mind works in a manner which mine does not, allowing him to come up with lots of fun on the fly.

Shout Go Play Sweepstakes We all know that play is an important part of children’s lives. There are even studies that show just how important unstructured play is for helping kids developmentally. Because of that, the brand Shout is giving parents a chance to give their kids a reason to play. Through the Go Play Sweepstakes, Shout is giving away a grand prize of the Super Sunshine Castle playset from Rainbow Play Systems. Additionally, you can also enter to win one of four weekly giveaways for a $200 gift card to Growing Tree Toys. The deadline to enter is September 14, 2010.

I know a big playset in our backyard would be awesome! I can just imagine our baby girl and soon-to-be baby boy playing for hours – during our “winter” months, of course, since it would be downright wrong of me to let them play too long in the Florida summer heat. Good luck if you enter to win!

Disclosure: I am a Shout Brand Ambassador through a compensated Mom Bloggers Club member program. This post was written in conjunction with the program, but all opinions and thoughts are original. And, no playset will be received. 😉

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1 Articleguru December 22, 2010 at 1:03 pm

Great Information!
Thank your sharing with us!


2 Articleguru December 22, 2010 at 1:03 pm

Great Information!
Thank your sharing with us!


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