Win ItzaBitza, The Magical Drawing Game for Early Readers

CONTESTS | | May 18, 2009 at 7:54 pm



Here is the new ItzaBitza contest that ends on 9/10/2009.

Sabi Games, the wonderful guys who are sponsoring me to Blogher, is  offering one of my lucky readers to win a copy of ItzaBitza. ItzaBitza is a magical drawing game for early readers that is ideal for Pre-K,  Kindergarten and First Graders.  Here children’s drawings are brought to life. The game can be easily downloaded for Windows XP and Vista or purchased from many fine retailers including Best Buy and Target. The more to get to use ItzaBitza, the more you understand why it has won the Parent’s Choice Gold Medal Award.

ItzaBitza has also launched its “Draw The Wackiest House And Win contest. Read more about it in Draw The Wackiest House And Win…Big!

It is easy to enter the “ItzaBitza” contest by following the guidelines below. The contest closes on the Saturday, 6th June. Winner will be chosen by and announced on the 7th June.

Leave a comment about what you look for in educational toys (“count me in” type comments will not count).

Make sure that you entered the correct contact details. To earn extra entries, after you have left a comment, do one of the following, but make sure you leave a separate comment entry for each extra thing you do. This gives you additional ways to win the ItzaBitza game:

  • Subscribe to Mommy Niri (and verify the subscription for your entry to be valid) and leave a separate comment that you did. Already a subscriber (thank you) then leave a comment stating you are.
  • Tweet about this contest on twitter with hashtag #itzabitza and leave a comment that you did so. People with no followers do not count. For example : @itzabitza Win the Magical Drawing game ItzaBitza at #itzabitza.
  • Tweet about the “Draw The Wackiest House And Win” contest on twitter with hashtag #itzabitza and leave a comment that you did so. People with no followers do not count. For example : @itzabitza Draw Wackiest House And Win a Flip Camera and a kids Digital Camera. More Details at
  • Follow @ItzaBitza on twitter and leave your twitter id here for verification. If you already are an ItzaBitza follower, leave your id as well letting us know.
  • Have a Blog? Blog about this contest and leave your url here.
  • Have a Blog? Blog about the “Draw The Wackiest House And Win” contest and leave your url here.
  • Have a Blog? Put the “Draw The Wackiest House And Win” button on your sidebar (grab the code below button to use) and leave a url to your blog.

Be sure to check out the details to “Draw The Wackiest House And Win” to find out how you can win a Flip video camera for you and a digital camera for your child.

Need help? Email !

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    Cynthia C says:

    I look for quality materials and age-appropriateness. Thanks for the chance.

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    Mama Zen says:

    I look for a game that is both engaging and educational!

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    shelly says:

    I like for toys that allow for use of imagination and can be used in various ways

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    shelly says:


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    shelly says:

    following ItzaBitza – phxbne

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    shelly says:

    tweeted about Wackiest House –

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    Donna Pavcik says:

    sign me up

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    Mary A says:

    I try to find things that are a good balance between entertainment and education. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    Marianna says:

    I love toys that allow creative expression – basically anything that isn’t a video game or TV based works for me! I especially love things that get kids outside and learning about nature while still having fun!

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    Marianna says:

    I follow itzabitza on twitter @mannabsn

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    Bonnie Capuano says:

    I look for anything that will help me granddaughter with her early reading. This looks wonderful!!

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    Teya says:

    I look for something that will hold my daughter’s attention and that she will talk about later (extra points if she can tell me what she learned).

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    Great educational Win

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    sandra says:

    i usually look for toys that teach numbers and/or letters

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    Pam says:

    I look for unique items that look fun and age-appropriate.

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    Kelly Ann T. says:

    I look for something that will teach on more than one level. Such as colors and how to spell them. I also look for something that will enable them to use their imaginations.

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    hminnesota says:

    they can play more than one time and share with friends. If you can pack in a handy bag, that would be added advantage.

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    melissa says:

    I look for toys that are not only educational but also fun for the kids so theres a balance between learning and fun so my children will want to learn

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    Mia H. Beaudet says:

    As a teacher, I look for educational toys that use the different domains of learning while also letting the children have fun!

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    Diane S says:

    I look for items that the child will enjoy and teach them as well. I mean come on the toys can teach all it wants but if the child doesn’t like it and play with it what is it really teaching in the long run. Thank you for the giveaway.

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    Diane S says:

    I am a subscriber.

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    KrisBelucci says:

    Hi, good post. I have been wondering about this issue,so thanks for posting. I’ll definitely be coming back to your site.

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    Shilpa says:

    I look for a game that is educational.

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    Wendy Wallach says:

    I look for items without alot of parts, items that do not require batteries, and items that have some room to grow with your child.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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    Erma says:

    I look for a game that is educational!

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    Melanie says:

    I look for games, where my kids can learn, but are having so much fun, they don’t realize it.

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    xenia says:

    I look for things that are going to entertain my daughter while also teaching her things. They also have to be age-appropriate for her because if it’s over her head and I try to explain things she just stops listening!

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    ky2here says:

    I need it to be safe, challenging and likely to result in cognitive development.

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    Courtney says:

    I think the biggest thing I look for is if it’s age appropriate! So many people buy games and they’re not right for your child’s age, and then they can’t play with it. Also, safety – choking hazards, lead paint…it’s a jungle out there! thanks for the giveaway!

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    Courtney says:

    I subscribe via email

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    Courtney says:

    I follow you on twitter (annasmama0702)

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    Courtney says:

    I’m a fan of sabi games on facebook (courtney ca)

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    tina reynolds says:

    i look for things that are both bun and entertaining and hold up through play but most of all are safe thanks

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    Renee G says:

    I look for games/toys that will hold my boys interest and give their imagination a little work as well.

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    Ann says:

    The biggest thing I look for in toys is that they can be used in multiple ways. I never buy toys that just do one thing, ever.

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    Veronica Garrett says:

    I look for educational toys that will engage my child to want to play with it as she learns. I look for age appropriate toys and if the toys will grow with the child.

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    gloria says:

    I look for educational toys that make children think and use their imagination in playing with them. This helps them to grow intellectually. Thank you for the entry!

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    kathy pease says:

    i usually look for something that is bright and colorful to keep their interest

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    kathy pease says:

    following on twitter klp1965

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    kathy pease says:

    fan of sabi on facebook kathy l pease

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    Maja says:

    I look for fun, colorful ones

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    Maja says: