Back To School: Win Itzabitza | Magical Drawing Game for Early Readers

CONTESTS | | August 28, 2009 at 9:10 pm

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*** CONTEST CLOSED ***

Congratulations Chirs G.

Back in July, Mommy Niri interviewed Margaret Johnson, CEO of SABI – an Educational Video Games Startup Company. Mommy Niri readers get to win ItzaBitza, again. Reading to your baby, yet, reading is for all seasons, gift of reading and tools for early readers are some of the discussions that readers can participate and share their experiences.

Want to win the Itzabitza, Magical Drawing Game for your Early Readers?

The contest closes on the September 10th, 2009. The winner will be chosen by random.org.

Share your experiences about educational games (”count me in” type comments will not count). Make sure that you enter 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 contest:

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  • Follow @MommyNiri on twitter and tweet about this contest with hashtag #mommyniricontest and leave a comment that you did so. People with no followers do not count. For example : @mommyniri Win ItzaBitza Magical Game for Early Readers at MommyNiri.com #mommyniricontest http://tinyurl.com/m8u9y5
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  • Leave a comment on any other non-contest post on Mommy Niri, and don’t forget to mention it here in a comment.

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66 Comments

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    susan varney says:

    educational games have truly changed i don’t know who learns more my grandson or me
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    susan varney says:

    we count everything from vegetables cans to folding clothing from the dryer mverno@roadrunner.com

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    Natalia D. says:

    VTech was very helpful when my daughter started reading. Now my 3year old tries to get on. Especially he loves the series with Thomas the Train.

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    We have had lots of success with Starfall.com
    ON this website my daughter actually learned how to sign the alphabet…on her own!!
    This was before she turned 3.
    I didn’t even know the sign language alphabet. She taught me.

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I love to play education games with my grandchildren,they catch on so quick,an learn so much,much different than when their Mom was little,its now fun to learn an being a game I can have fun playing with them while they learn!

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    Vickie Couturier says:

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    Janna McNeil says:

    We have a couple cute education games that were very fun. One was a Care Bears tablet that asked them to find certain letters of the alphabet. It was amazing to see how quickly they learned.

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    I am a fan on facebook.

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    Chris G. says:

    My experiences about educational games: The only education “game” that I can remember playing is the 50 states puzzle. It was fun and a great way to learn the states. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Chris G. says:

    I’m a fan on facebook (Sunny View)!

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    Tonya Froemel says:

    I like to give my kids educational games, but it is hard to find games that they think are fun.

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    Meghan says:

    We have VTech but I don’t know if we broke it…it just stunk. We occasionally visit PBSKids.org so my son can play those games. That’s really it for techie ones.

    Want to know my favorite educational board game? Super Why. FAN-fricking-TASTIC. Works for many age groups: find letters, find words, find rhyming words, complete the sentence. Really excellent. Every kid we’ve played with loves it.

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    Melissa Barnes says:

    Educational games have always helped me learn. It is fun to have trivia questions to advance to the next square like a monopoly learning game and I have always done really well with flash card games

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    Annmarie W. says:

    Playing educational games with my children when they were younger was so beneficial to them! It helped us to bond and reinforced so many basic concepts that they needed to succeed in school! I’d love to share this with my young niece, so she also can benefit!

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    Annmarie W. says:

    I’m a facebook fan! (amweeks)

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    Annmarie W. says:

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    Christine says:

    I LOVE Educational games that are fun too! My son does not even realize he is learning when we are playing. One of the best for very young kids is Hi Ho Cheerio = a classic! Thanks for the chance!!!

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    Christine says:

    I am a facebook fan = Christine Wember

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    Leann S says:

    We had all the jumpstart games with my kids. I was never convinced they really learned anything from them but I am sure the products have come along way since then.

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    Erma says:

    I think educational games are fun and a learning tool.

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    Diane Baum says:

    We play I spy something that either starts with a specific letter, sound,th or has a shape….

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    Gabriel J. says:

    This would be great for my son.

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    gloria says:

    I think an educational game that I played would be scrabble. That’s the only one I can think of anyways.

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    brooke says:

    Not all but almost all of Wee Man’s toys are educational… If you are going to get them something to play with it might as well do as much for them as possible…

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    Roxann says:

    My son loves a PC game called Brain Play. It teaches math, science,reading and typing but insted of making it seem like work it is fun for him.

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    Roxann says:

    I am already a subscriber.

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    susan smoaks says:

    we love to use leap frog alphabet toys to teach and have fun!

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    dawn says:

    We love to use leap frog alphabet toys

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    Heather says:

    I am a big fan of educational games. Dreambox Math is our favorite.

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    Heather says:

    I became a fan on facebook :-)

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    Heather says:

    I follow you on twitter and sent a tweet; http://twitter.com/HSlater351/status/3904376671

    (The reason I’m here is because I saw your tweet!)

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    Heather says:

    I commented on your post with Nina from Sprout. I’m so curious, was she in her pjs? Did you do yoga? :-)