Friday, 7 July 2017

Giveaway #635 : Win a copy of Maze Hop Time Travel - closing date 21/7


However much kids love their hi-tech gadgets, I always enjoy seeing the pleasure they still get from a good old-fashioned activity book. Wordsearches, spot the differences, crosswords and mazes have all entertained generations of kids and their appeal is timeless. 


In this fun and educational new book from Carlton Kids, the appeal isn't just timeless though, but also time-travelling ! George and his dog Milly are waiting in their local museum and will take you on an adventure where you will learn all about different time periods and historical events, including  the Battle of Hastings, the French Revolution and the Invention of the Printing Press.


Each double page offers two half page mazes on the right hand side, while the left hand page  provides fun facts, figures and pictures to help you discover famous battles, key inventions and magnificent civilizations.


You don't just work through from start to finish though - each split page maze will link up to another maze somewhere in the book and you have to find its matching pair to continue your time-travelling adventure. That's not all though - as well as finding a pathway through each maze, you also have four objects to spot on the page and take your journey past them on your maze.

It's all very interactive, which is the best way to help kids remember what they've learnt, and the bright colours and numerous illustrations, combined with short texts and interesting facts, will have your kids learning without even realising they're not just having fun !

RRP: £7.99

Paperback
64 pages
300 x 240mm
Published Jun 2017
ISBN 9781783122240




Carlton Kids have kindly offered to send a copy of the book to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. Just fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 21/7/17

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after 28 days, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

You may also like to enter my other giveaways :


Giveaway #634 : Win a copy of 3D Jungle Animal Masks - closing date 15/7

79 comments:

  1. I would love to travel to ancient Egypt it fascinates me how they mummify bodies and bury them in tombs with beautiful treasures xxx

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  2. I'd love to go back in time to a Victorian Christmas! Must have been magical!

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  3. Hmmm, Would like to travel back to the swinging 60's x

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  4. I'd love to visit Rome while Michaelangelo was painting the Sistine Chapel!

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  5. Spencer Broadley8 July 2017 at 08:29

    It's a hard choice but I think I would like swinging 203/30s just ahead of mediaeval England

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  6. I would like to go back to the day my so was born so I could see him as a beautiful new born again.

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  7. I'd go back in time to when the Beatles were starting out (early 60s I mean) would be amazing to see them play at the Cavern Club :D

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  8. lynsey Buchanan8 July 2017 at 12:02

    I would like to go back to the time when dinosaurs roamed earth.

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  9. i would love to go back to victorian times and see how they lived, i would sure as hell appreciate things more when i got back! x

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  10. Id go back to the sixties and see what all the fuss was about

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  11. I would love to go back to Georgian times and wear the wonderful dresses and travel by coach.

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  12. I'd love to explore the Elizabethan courts!

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  13. I'd go spy on some dinosaurs! =D

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  14. I would go back to the turn of the century to watch the developments in transport such as the car and airoplane

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  15. I'd love to go back to Roman times.

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  16. I'd like to go back to the 1920's.

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  17. LAST FRIDAY TO PUT THE LOTTERY ON

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  18. I'd love to live in the 1540s, with the church in upheaval and the world unstable - not cos I'm a massochist, but because it would be so interesting!!

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  19. Would like to go to the 1960s

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  20. I would like to visit the Egyptian period - such a creative and innovative people

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  21. I would love to visit the 1920s, love the fashion and music

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  22. The 60's would be amazing...from what Mum tells me anyway? ;)

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  23. I WOULD LOVE TO GO BACK TO THE VICTORIAN ERA, LOVE THEIR CLOTHES!!

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  24. I would love to go back to Victorian Times, 1880s, to see what life was really like!

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  25. I'd love to visit the times of the woolly mammoth as they're my favourite animals.

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  26. I would love to go back to the 1950s and experience the vintage fashion.

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  27. I would like to explore the dinosaur era.

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  28. The 60's especially the Summer of Love in '67

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  29. The 1980s. Even though I grew up through it, I would like to experience it again.

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  30. Ashleigh Allan15 July 2017 at 23:16

    I would like to go back to the 70s

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  31. caroline stokes16 July 2017 at 08:35

    I would go back about to King Arthur, to find out if it was a true story or just a story.

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  32. I'd love to travel back to the forties - great fashion and music

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  33. I'd like to travel back to the very beginning and see Adam and Eve

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  34. I don't think I would like to travel back in time at all. I am very happy living in the 21st century! :)

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  35. Would like to go back to the 1800 out on the American Prairie

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  36. I think the 40's bit of wartime

    Kay Sherman

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  37. 1960s for austin powers syle fun!

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  38. To Egypt when the pyramids were built... only if I could be a pharaoh though, not having to build them!! And only if I could transport back to 2017 after..

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  39. I would love to go to the 80's to wear all the fun colourful clothes people wore.

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  40. I would love to go back to the 60s

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  41. 1920's for me. My kids would love this book

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  42. This looks greats - I'd go back to the 80s

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  43. Entered- I'd love to visit any time!

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  44. I would go back to the 80s - @leabana1

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  45. I would go back to Tudor times!

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  46. for me it would the phase 2 of the building of stonehenge to try to understand the why

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  47. Would love to go and see some dinosaurs!

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  48. This looks great, my son would love it

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  49. The dino times but only if I knew I was safe

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  50. I would like to go back and see who actually did build the pyramids

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  51. I would go spy on some dinosaurs, from a safe vantage point!

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  52. I'd like to go back to the victorian era :)

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  53. I would like to go back to the 1980s

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  54. I would most like to travel back in time to the early 19th century and to be in one of the beautiful colonial islands in the southern hemisphere.

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  55. I would love to explore the victorian era and see those tiny waists and corsets in actioN!

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  56. Victorian times (@PeanutHog)

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  57. The Jurassic era.

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  58. Jurassic era

    (by Greg Morris)

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  59. I would like to go back and visit Ancient Greece and speak to Socrates :)

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  60. I've entered the competition!

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  61. I would go back to Victorian Times - Love the costumes

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  62. It would have to be the Victorian Times!

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