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Mega Bloks First Builders Review + Giveaway

I think just about everyone at some point in their lives played with building blocks of some sort. Building blocks are the type of toy that just somehow never get old to play with. They've come a long way though, even since from when I was younger. Now among the more traditional blocks there are awesome creations such as the ones below from one of the market leaders in building blocks, Mega Bloks, that serve to capture and inspire children's imaginations.


 We were recently sent this big bundle from the lovely people over at Mega Bloks who wanted to hear our thoughts on their new range. I have to say that as soon as I unboxed them from their packaging jt was clear that we were going to love sitting down and playing with them with Ethan. I suppose it's the little characters and the bright colours that instantly hooked us in.






The Play 'n' Go tea party, though not targeted towards boys does look absolutely awesome. I have to say that I felt a little disappointed that this was just for an opinion rather than something that we could give to Ethan to play with. As a woman who was once a young girl myself, I have to say that this is something that would have been on my Christmas list. I love the pull along aspect of it, a perfect design for any young princess.


 The two packs of characters are brilliant. A favourite of ours is the dragon. The characters are designed in such a brilliant way to really capture a childs imagination.



The tractor was Ethans favourite! But I already knew it would be, why?.. because it has wheels and as you all know by now, Ethan is obsessed with wheels! He loves pushing this along the floor and the trailer is a fantastic little feature. The block buddies are removable and can be changed depending on preference.

We also loved the first builders ship. As well as other great features it has, the back of the ship lifts up so that blocks can be stored inside of it, which is pretty impressive and great for tidying away.

It's great for both bath time play and playroom fun!


We highly rate the toys we received from the new Mega Bloks First Builders range and would recommend them to other families for interactive fun! 

These new products join the existing Mega Bloks First Builders line up, which includes the iconic Mega Bloks First Builders Big Building Bag and a range of other pre-school construction play toys. To learn more about the developmental benefits of the Mega Bloks First Builders range, visit www.parents.megabloks.com for articles and advice.


Giveaway

*Please note this giveaway is not for the full range of products seen in this blog post. The prizes are as below.


Introduce your little farmer to First Builders Lil’ Harvest (RRP £7.99) who can help out with all of the chores around the barn. This pack includes a friendly farmer, a tough tractor with a little trailer, and a cheerful cow, in bright colours with smiling faces. Combine with other First Builders sets so your little farmer can tend to the fields and create their very first farming adventures.

Introduce your little hero to Block Buddies who can help save the day with the Mega Bloks First Builders Lil’ Knight’s Court (£7.99). This pack includes a brave knight, pretty princess, noble king and playful dragon in bright colors with smiling faces. Combine with other First Builders blocks so your little hero can take on noble quests for the kingdom and create their very first fantasy adventures.




Expand your little construction fan’s world with all kinds of friendly characters with Block Buddies™ from Mega Bloks First Builders (£5.99). This pack of three Block Buddies™ includes a friendly Boy, Girl and Puppy in bright colors with smiling faces, helping children create their first adventures. Watch as they explore all kinds of fun places and more in their world of First Builders.


If you'd like to be in with the chance of winning the three products above please enter via the rafflecopter form below. You must read and be happy with my giveaway disclosure before entering any of the giveaways on Bump to Baby. UK only. Good luck! :)

Prizes are sent directly by the PR company for the brand. The winner will be announced via my Facebook page after the giveaway ends.

119 comments

  1. Yes - we had lego when I was little and my kids have it now (heee hee and I still love to play with it too!)

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  2. Yes I did play with building blocks.

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  3. i think i had some wooden blocks, but don't remember anything as good as these

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  4. Aww we love Mega Bloks, they're Tyne's favourite! He has the first builders bag, and the Knight and Dragon castle and loves them!
    I would absolutely let Ethan play with the teaset...boys like tea too, and I don't believe at all in the whole "Pink for girls, blue for boys" thing - it's just a colour! I bet he'd love the set! xx

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  5. Riley has some Mega Blocks but he's never really bothered with them, why wouldn't you give Ethan the tea set to play with? Riley loves playing with Summer's tea set xx

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  6. I had lego and some brightly coloured wooden blocks that my uncle made me. I'm sure they're still in my mams loft somewhere.

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  7. I did! I was a bit of a tomboy, so I had blocks, lego, stickle-bricks...... (remember them?)

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  8. Yes! I did. I was a bot of a tom-boy, so I had, blocks, bricks, lego, even stickle-bricks ! (remember those?) xx

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  9. yeah too right, and stickle bricks boom they were awesome

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  10. Yes I did play with building blocks, I had a wooden set in a trolley and I had alot of pass me down lego that was my older brothers (Hannah Bee)

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  11. Yes loved the wooden blocks, lego and stickle bricks as a kid x

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  12. yes i did i used to love building houses and lettign my teddies hide in them :D

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  13. yes i did but mine were wooden

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  14. i used to love building, still do now with my son ha

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  15. no i dont think i did play with building blocks as a child. We may have had them at school, but that was so long ago im not sure.

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  16. I loved building blocks when I was little :) I think Oscar would actually love the tea set as he love pink lol and he also likes pinching mummys tea ;)

    Louise x

    Confessions of a Secret Shopper | An Undomestic Goddess

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  17. Yes we had lots of them and I loved them

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  18. Yes! I had wooden blocks, and showing my age here... stickle bricks!

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  19. Yes, I can remember building up a high tower with my brother and see how high it could go.

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  20. Yes, we had loads of lego, though it was just the basic ones then, but used to play with them for hours x

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  21. Yes I remember I loved the bright colours wanting to build a tower as big as me lol

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  22. Yes I loved building towers with them
    (kim neville)

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  23. Of course, we had carved wooden blocks and after all these years my mum still has them in her loft. She can't bear to part with them.

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  24. Yes, they could be anything you wanted them to be

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  25. I used lego buildin car tracks and stuff - don't think megablocks existed then !!!
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  26. Yes I did - drove my parents mad by leaving it lying around all over the place!

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  27. I loved building towers when I was younger... I also quite like building towers with my son now!!!!

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  28. Yes, I used to love building a tower!

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  29. Yes I had Lego and Sticklebricks

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  30. Yes , me and my sister used to play building castles when we were kids , loved building blocks xx

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  31. Yes, we had all sorts of different building blocks

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  32. debbie godbolt4 April 2014 at 20:29

    hi i loved playing with building blocks and my children loved mega blocks im sure my grandson will to they are great for the imagination :)

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  33. Yep had to share with my brothers too :(

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  34. i had blocks but not many of them so i would have half a house but still played with tyhem

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  35. yes my granddad bought me them for when I stayed over at his and my nana's house.
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  36. i never had building blocks but I played with my cousins lego in the summer when I stayed with them :)

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  37. I lvoe building blocks when i was little! I loved lego and stickle bricks! :)

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  38. yes - lego....loved my lego and now at the age of 35 my 2 children have a box of my lego from when i was little!

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  39. absolutely! Loved bricks and lego, my kids now have inherited mine and my hubbys and love it just as much!!
    Helen booth

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  40. We have had Lego in out house from little ones to big ones and shared back to the little ones again.love it

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  41. It was along time ago and I dont remember but my granddaughter loves building blocks

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  42. i used to play with sticklebricks

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  43. I used to love playing with Lego and now my daughter plays with my old lego!

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  44. i was more of a lego girl myself

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  45. no i didnt but my children did
    from samantha price

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  46. i had a pull along trolley with wooden blocks in, my nan saved it for my little girl, its so strange seeing my little one playing with i toy i have so many memories of playing with myself

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  47. I used to love playing with building blocks when I was a little girl and as I got older I was a huge Lego fan!

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  48. tracey thompson10 April 2014 at 16:33

    yes I did, and still do with my grandchildren

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  49. They were wooden bricks in trolley

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  50. I am sure I did, but it was so long ago I can't remember. would love these for our baby Grandson

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  51. Yes.

    Rachel Craig

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  52. Yes wooden ones my Granddad made.

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  53. I had a pink lego house :-)

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  54. I used to play with my older brothers lego

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  55. Yes I did play with building blocks - loved them!

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  56. Just wooden blocks

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  57. yes me and my brother loved to build

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  58. yes, and i still play with them now, when my daughter lets me get near! : ) x

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  59. Not sure if that last one worked cant find my comment..... but YES! : ) x

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  60. I remember many hours with them as a child :)

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  61. Really can't remember that far back, I suppose so.
    I don't have any children but would love to win this prize for charity, to go to Romania.

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  62. yes lego and stickle bricks

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  63. Yes I had wooden blocks then later had lego :)

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  64. Yes wooden blocks then later I had lego :)

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  65. Not sure if my comment went through, it timed out.

    Yes I had lots of Lego

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  66. No but I play with them with my autistic son now! I thin my daughter will love the pink ones

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  67. Not that I remember - love playing with them now though :)

    Becci Cleary

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  68. Yes - lots of lego

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  69. lots of wooden blocks

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  70. i love building block fun with my girls

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  71. Tobys proud mummy12 April 2014 at 22:08

    Yes with lego loved making towers as high as me

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  72. no @fifegirl47

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  73. I had some jigsaw puzzle blocks i loved they had fairytale pictures on them x

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  74. yeah i loved them, now my children do

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  75. No I didn't. I never ever got megabloks or Lego for christmas or birthdays, but my brother did and I was always really envious!

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  76. I used to love playing with lego and stickle bricks :)

    Natalie Gillham

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  77. We had a bit of Lego, as well as a barrel of wooden blocks

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  78. Yes, I loved playing with blocks as a child

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  79. no i dont remember having any blocks as a child

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  80. Yes and still do i used to love building houses

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  81. Still have my old 30 year old duplication and my 16 month old twins play with it when we visit granny

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  82. i did and i loved them! :)

    http://sarahandc.blogspot.co.uk/

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  83. Elizabeth Williams13 April 2014 at 17:34

    Yes I loved them and now get to play with them with my son

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  84. Joseph Mitchell13 April 2014 at 17:36

    When I was a kid I did have building blocks but it was just duplo not mega blocs like these - I think these look much better.

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  85. l have fun playing with the blocks with my 5 grandkids

    George Williamson

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  86. I most certainly did!! Hours of fun me and my Sister had with them!! :-) xx

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  87. Yes spent lots of time playing with blocks :)

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  88. I did, my mum still has them!

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