{Giveaway} Tegu Toys

Have you heard of Tegu? You are gonna love this amazing invention!

Tegu is a for-profit company based in Honduras. Tegu is creative business founded to address unemployment, under-utilized natural and human resources and the need for entrepreneurship in Honduras. Tegu creates magnetic wooden blocks that can keep your children entertain with lots of fun and creativity. You can see the full review on Little Inspiration.

One lucky reader will have the chance to win a Tegu Jungle Set Pouch. To enter; follow directions on the rafflecopter form below. Ends 8/29 US Residents Only.

Good luck!

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  1. Sandi says

    My grandsons would actually love all of the different sets as they are all different ages. The mobility set is so cute for the youngest ones, the explorer set and the pouch are also great for the older ones. I would be happy to win any of them Thanks for the chance to win and to learn about this company

  2. Lynne says

    The Explorer Set looks fabulous, as does the Maddy Micro Car. I like this line of toys for two reasons 1. It would definitely give the child’s imagination a workout.
    2. A dear friend of mine is struggling with helping her little one learn to sit quietly in church. The typical soft books and quiet toys aren’t holding his interest. I think these would.

    Thanks for the chance to win…If I am the lucky winner, I think I will be giving the set to my friend……

  3. Cheryl says

    I like the Pocket Pouch Prism in the pretty Tegu Tints. I appreciate the sturdiness and creativity of the toys.

  4. Lori Smanski says

    Thank you for the give a way. I like their cars. So easy for lttle hands. Especially the Maddy Micro Car

  5. Lynn says

    the prism sets are right up my son’s alley-although all the products look fantastic-and what an inspirational company-planting trees, sending a child to school-incredible! thanks for the introduction to Tegu!

  6. Carmen says

    I wish I could see all the sets – clicking on the tegu.com link takes me to a Google docs form :(. Sounds like a wonderful company though.

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