GIVEAWAY - Glottogon Puzzles & Games!

Hooray! It’s giveaway day, and I’m delighted to introduce you to Glottogon, a Sydney-based design studio that creates puzzles, games and fun stuff for kids. All of these goodies are made from recycled board, and are printed with vegetable or soy based inks. Glottogon inspires learning through fun, tactile and interactive play. Would you like to try out the range with your family? Read on!

Glottongon Kids Puzzles and Games

Glo-tog-uh-nn  (noun) derived from Greek meaning “story of the generation”.

One lucky winner will receive a prize pack valued at $120, which includes:

Memory Match Garden
Memory Match combines a unique illustration with a well loved iconic game to encourage problem solving, social development and shape/colour recognition. Suitable for up to 4 players, each box contains 30 beautifully designed tiles, printed on extra thick recycled board, with rounded edges.

Safari Domino
Domino is suitable for up to 4 players, and each box features 28 beautifully designed
jumbo tiles with pictures on the top side (for younger players who may not be able to
count) and traditional dot numbers on the reverse. Two games in one!

Robot Character Puzzle & Fairy Character Puzzle
Character Puzzles contain 25 pieces. Printed on 2mm board these puzzles are durable, easy to use and perfect for small hands. Each puzzle is presented in a brightly coloured, cool shaped box that merges form & function – it looks beautiful when presented as gift, fabulous on the nursery shelf whilst also ensuring that none of the precious pieces ever get lost.


Competition - Giveaway - WinUp for grabs today, we have a gift pack from Glottogon to giveaway! To enter, simply visit Glottogon to check out the range, and tell us which item is your favourite! Please submit your entry through the Rafflecopter widget below. You can also score extra entries into the prize draw by joining us on Facebook or tweeting about the giveaway. Winner announced on 24 October, 2013.

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