Get kids away from screens – Pindaloo Giveaway

There is always the debate on how much screen time is appropriate for our children. Everyone, of course, has different ideas and there is no right and wrong answer.

As a family, we love to play board games, head off out to the park, climb trees or even just pop on some music and dance around the house.

The kids love riding their bikes and their scooters and we all love arts and crafts. We try hard to find activities which will wear out the children, stimulate them and of course drag them away from their beloved YouTube.

A new toy on the block which could help is Pindaloo – simple, entertaining and fun.

So what is Pindaloo?

Pindaloo is the new toy craze to help improve your hand-eye coordination while having some fun. If you fancy some good old electronic-free fun, try it out! Perfect for anyone from kids to adults as it’s so easy to understand and super addictive once you land your first loop. Join in the endless fun and start learning some tricks.

See Pindaloo in action.

Giveaway Time

I have 5 Pindaloo’s to giveaway. 5 lucky readers will each win 1 of these new toys worth £9.99.

Get in the loop, don’t get left behind! Pindaloo is suitable for kids, teens, adults – pretty much anyone. With it you can challenge a friend, create endless party games or simply bypass an afternoon of boredom. The benefit of this new ball game is the improvement of your concentration and hand-eye coordination. No electricity or charging needed. Once you master the basic movement of looping the ball around the tube, you can then progress to harder tricks or develop your own!

For your chance to enter please enter via the rafflecopter widget below. This giveaway is open to UK entrants only and closes at midnight on 10th February 2019. Good Luck

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67 thoughts on “Get kids away from screens – Pindaloo Giveaway

  1. we do lots of arts and crafts. In the warmer weather my daughters play on their bikes, my youngest daughter loves her skipping rope. We also enjoy board games/family games, out fave at the mo is one my daughter got for Christmas called The Sock Game.

  2. Leo and I enjoy building tall towers with his wooden blocks…then knocking them down. Funnily enough, I do most of the building and he does most of the knocking them down!

  3. getting out the ‘craft box’ and using our imaginations to create things out of all the odds and bobs that are in there.

  4. Card games – we’re teaching the grandchildren to gamble (for buttons). It’s good for their mental arithmetic, you know.

  5. Our family love to play board games; Minions Frustration is near to the top of the list of our favourites as is Think Words. My granddaughter received a new board game at Christmas (5 Second Rule) which is a hit too and fun to play with all the family whatever your age, 9-82, great granda even had a go.

  6. Jigsaws and colouring with my niece and nephews unless they can be outside then they’re climbing or swinging or running,

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