Thursday, 3 May 2012

Create a World Review & Giveaway


Many thanks to all who entered.  The winner picked at Random by No 1 son is

ZOE ARTHURS - Congratulations !


We were recently sent a Create a World to review.  Unfortunately my twins felt it was "for babies" and were not interested in it.  Luckily I know another mummy of twins who was more than happy to receive it for her boys. 

Julie's Review

Review of Simply Good – “Create-a- World” – soft imaginative game offering endless playtime fun.

Suitable for 12 months plus

(My kids are 3 ½ boys(twins) and 7 year old girl)

Younger product than I would buy for this age but they did have good interactive fun with it for about 20 minutes or so.

Having researched the price I felt it was a little bit too expensive for what it was. (Approx RRP £45ish??) Would probably pay around £20 if buying as a present for younger children. 

Size of product did mean that more than one child could play with it.

Equally great for mummy and me time as the play mat is big enough for you and child to sit around on the floor.

Great detail on the fuzzy felt pieces, great bright colours to capture younger childrens imagination.

Promotes interactive play between older and younger children (or mum and younger toddler) as there is simply so much to talk about. Colours, people, make up stories etc. and it can really encourage children to chat about what they are creating.

Opportunity to link animals or people to settings and then talk about it. Giving children good language skills.

My older child took the lead and the boys followed her and they were imagining what would happen between the characters etc and what would link with what. Eg princess with castle and dragon etc. Never heard my boys talk so much!!

Think as a child gets older it would be nice to have wall mounted and then they could create a scene as some wall art.

My kids biggest disappointment was on the box it showed a beach scene and a sun. They searched endlessly for these pieces to link with their scene and story and could not find them. We counted the pieces at the end (there were 61 present as stated on the box) but not all of the ones depicted on the exterior of the product. I found this a little misleading as they felt short changed by it. (Perhaps they should state on outside “may contain only some of the pieces depicted”). (On Amazon it says comes with 90 pieces so this may have been rectified…??)

To summarise I would say a great product for say 12 mths – 2 ½ years old but a little expensive and misleading packaging. 6 out of 10??

Julie's review is complete and unedited in anyway.  I think she (and the children) did a great job of reviewing this set.

Create a World available to buy from Whitestep 


I have a brand new and boxed "Create a World" to giveaway if you would like to be in with a chance of winning it.  Please follow this blog and leave a comment below, making sure you are contactable either through google, twitter, email or facebook.

Giveaway is open to UK residents only (sorry)
Will close on Monday 14th May at 8pm
Winner will be picked at random

We received the item to review and keep, no payment was received and all views expressed are Julie's : )



  1. Already following your fab blog! Great review, very honest. Please enter me to win this for my little munchkins x x

    Shelley Bird - Facebook

  2. Emilie Merigaux3 May 2012 at 12:04

    wow it looks fun but £45 is a bit excessive!!

  3. My daughter would have endless fun with this! he has an amazing imagination!!! :-)

  4. my 2 would love this:) @kikicomp

  5. would love this for my kids. i follow as mummy24


  6. I would love this for Isabelle who is just starting to like playing games (sort of) @babynotincluded

  7. My boys would love this. @sandycalico I'm already following x

  8. Interesting. My twins are 5 and eldest is 6 and they still love to play with their fuzzy felt. We currently have a couple of A3 fuzzy felt pictures adorning their rooms that I 'am nit allowed to touch'.

    They would love this and agree it would look fab on the wall. Mine would be enactin plays and telling stories using it. Fantastic stuff just depends what you do with it :)

  9. Eli would love this! Fingers crossed!

  10. I would love to win this. I already follow you @choc0range

  11. I follow this blog, please count me in for this fab giveaway

    Twitter - @bloomingfox
    Facebook - Kirsty Fox
    Email - robertfox24 [at] aol [dot] com

  12. My boys would love this, especially the little one. I'm an old follower who email subscribes/stalks your blog. xxx

  13. I am subscribed via email.

    Love to enter please. x


  14. Great giveaway. I follow the blog, and on twitter (ETusty).

  15. Oooh fab giveaway! Count me in please the girls would love this :-)
    Oh, and I've been following/stalking you forever but you knew that already ;-)

  16. This looks lovely, following your blog and would like to enter please :-)


  17. Follow your blog and would love to be entered into your competition. @pagan500

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  19. following with gfc
    This looks great for encouraging creative play

  20. This looks fantastic! Follow in GFC. @rhodak09

  21. This looks great fun, I'm following you on GFC ✿Jane ♥ @7hippopotamus

  22. This would be fantastic for my three year old son and one year old daughter to play with together. Looks like great fun! @salosis

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  24. I love the look of this, great fun for all ages


  25. My son would like this :) Please enter me @happyhomebird

  26. oh my gosh, this looks fabulous! Just like fuzzy felt from the 70s but a more swish, bigger version!

    I'd love to try this for Pixie and BoBo but sadly couldn't afford to buy it!

    Fingers crossed!!

    Love S.A.M xx

  27. Oh, forgot to say, am already following and you can contact me @superamazingmum

  28. Fabulous-please enter me. Lovely to find your blog too x

  29. Thanks for sharing such a valuable information. It’s really amazing,nice sharing it is Thanks for again sharing great



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