Giveaway Information & Rules August 2018

How to enter our giveaways:

  • Email. Send an email through this link.  One email should be sent for each giveaway you are entering and you must enter each giveaway separately. The email header should be the word as shown at the end of each giveaway (e.g. BOTLEY). You can enter up to a maximum of 5 different giveaways. Make sure you include your name and postal address! Email entry is for our registered users only.

  • Facebook. "Like" Parents in Touch and we will enter you for the Botley the Robot giveaway when you 'like' and 'share' the item.

  • Twitter. Follow @parentsintouch, re-tweet in full the tweets that mention the giveaways you wish to enter. Look out for tweets during the month!

  • Instagram. Follow and look our for competition posts during the month.

Please read the giveaway rules carefully before entering.


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Botley The Coding Robot We started by going through the instruction booklet so that we knew (roughly) what we were doing. The buttons on the remote programmer are clear and easy to understand so your child shouldn't need to spend much time getting to grips with it. There are two modes on the bottom of Botley - Code and Line. Starting with simple coding we followed the instructions to start moving Botley around using sequences such as: FORWARD, FORWARD, RIGHT, RIGHT, FORWARD. You can then add steps to the sequence once Botley has completed his moves; add in the additional steps you want Botley to make and then press 'transmit' and he will complete the original sequence and the additional steps. The sequence can be cleared by pressing the 'clear' button. We tried a few sequences of our own and you can be helped out by using the Coding Cards; use the cards to keep track of the steps that you have programmed in to Botley, and these are also colour coordinated to match the buttons on the programmer. Read on...

Learning Resources have one Botley the Robot to be won. Put BOTLEY as your email header.

 World of Vikings

The World of Vikings Subtitled 'Discover the age of fearless warriors and epic legends', this is perfect to support a popular KS2 history topic. The Vikings combines breathtakingly vivid images with fascinating facts to unlock the world of these legendary warriors, traders and explorers. Covering bloodthirsty raids, weapons, heroic figures, as well as daily life and exploration, the author's passion for the Vikings comes across vividly and really engenders enthusiasm for the topic. Dramatic CGI scenes are really eye-catching and complement the rest of the visual material which is also high quality. Read on...

Carlton Kids have 5 copies to giveaway. Put VIKING as your email header.

Space Number Crunch

Space Number Crunch Today's children, with their familiarity with the internet and expectation of succinctly and brightly presented information will respond well to this fact-packed book. The presentation, with its clearly presented data graphics and high-impact artworks is oerfect for dipping into and seeking information (although the lack of an index is a shame). There's a vast amount of information, with each piece of data is based around a number; this approach makes the facts easy to remember, even for reluctant of readers. Read on...

Carlton Kids have 5 copies to be won. Put SPACE as your email header.

Ravensburger Memory

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Ravensburger Memory Games The object of the game is to match and collect 24 pairs of bright and colourful high-quality memory picture cards in this classic game. This game is suitable for 2-6 players, ages 3 years and up. It is a fun picture matching game which is a great way to develop matching and memory skills - the children often do better than adults! You can extend the value of the game and help children's discussion skills by asking them what they know about the characters - and even ask them to play out scenes from the series. A great value game which is perfect to take when travelling and visiting. Read on...

Ravensburger have a set of 2 puzzles to be won. Put PUZZLE as your email header.

Forest School Adventure

Forest School Adventure Forest Schools are becoming very popular in schools, and rightly so, as they are invaluable in redressing the balance of indoor and outdoor experiences. They provide exciting and stimulating activities, encouraging risk-taking in a safe environment; my attention was initially caught by the generous number of photos in the book, which really show the activities and the children's enjoyment so well. Learn how to light a fire without matches, build a shelter to sleep in, cook on a fire, hunt for bugs and much more. From essential bushcraft basics and Stone Age survival skills to joyful outdoor play. There are four sections - Bushcraft, Wild Food, Nature Awereness and Games. Read on...

GMC Publications have 3 copies to giveaway. Put FOREST as your email header.

10 Reasons to Love a Lion

10 Reasons to Love a Penguin

10 Reasons to Love...A Penguin A die-cut penguin outline on the front cover encourages children to pick up the book - and who can resist a penguin? Inside the front cover, the 18 different species of penguin are shown, with clear identifying features. Readers will learn ten fascinating facts about penguins, which will make them appreciate their incredible lives and the places they live. Hanko Clulow's detailed illustrations show the penguins in their natural habitat and in family groups, showing us clearly how these birds live. Also, there are five ways in which each one of us can help look after the future of the penguin. Read on...

10 Reasons to Love...A Lion In contrast to the penguin, there is just one species of lion. Again, the lions are depicted in excellent colour illustrations by Hanko Clolow, which show these magnificent beasts against a range of their natural settings, along with many other creatures (and plants too), all labelled in the pictures. The writing style is informal and appealing for children. Fascinating facts give 10 reasons to love lions. The suggestions for 'how to show you love a ...' are things that families can do together, such as watching Born Free and using recycled lion poo pellets in the garden. Read on...

Quarto have 2 sets of the 2 books to be won. Put REASONS as your email header.

Giveaway Rules

Entry into the giveaway is deemed as acceptance of these rules.

Giveaways open to UK residents over the age of 18 only.

Prize winners will be chosen at random from the list of entries. The decision of Parents in Touch is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Except if you enter by email, winners will be contacted for their postal address. You will have 48 hours to claim the prize once notified. Twitter winners will be notified by DM requesting their address, Twitter ID and prize name to be emailed - if not received within 48 hours of the DM, the prize will be forfeit. Email entry is for registered users only.

One entry through each method per giveaway, per household - multiple entries will disqualify from all giveaways. Only entries adhering to the instructions in  'How to enter' (above) will be considered.

Parents in Touch reserves the right to: change these rules at any time, change the prizes, or to withdraw the competitions without notice.

Please allow 30 days for receipt of prize once notified.

All giveaways close 31st August 2018.


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