The iMums are very pleased announce the FOURTEENTH in our series of iPad Mini giveaways, this is sponsored by Les Trois Elles Interactive, Kids 1st Shape Puzzle, Maximize Games and Short Bald and Lanky. The iPad mini is the hot gift this holiday season and is a great size for children – lighter and easier to carry than the original iPad, but with access to the same great catalog of apps. The prize package, which totals to over $400, includes all you need to get started:-
- A new Apple iPad mini 16GB WiFi;
- A Cygnett Workmate shock-absorbing iPad mini case;
- A huge collection of apps to kickstart your iTunes library!
Introducing our sponsors:
Kids 1st Shape Puzzle is an educational app developer based in Israel founded in 2012. They aim to provide high quality educational apps in English and Hebrew that take the basic things kids love such as trucks, animals, first words etc. and create a new era of entertaining and educational talking shape puzzles for kids. Their apps include Kids 1st shape puzzle and Trucks and Things That Go. They create puzzle apps that enrich kids vocabulary and fine motor skills while having fun. To learn more about Kids 1st shape puzzle read our developer interview.
Maximize Games is an educational games developer for kids, they create a great educational games to entertain families worldwide. They aim to bring education to your home whilst creating a good time for child and their parents. While parents can control the learning activity of their kids, they can do their home chores. This can create a good bond between the child and the parent, thus, the child will have a good personality and cheerful mood everyday. The iMums have reviewed their app Bobby Ball in the Magical World, this app contains 16 mini games. The 16 games are designed to help children learn about number sequence, addition, shapes, colors, lower case letters and spelling of common words. Some activities require the players to use logical thinking and visual discrimination while some others exercise the player’s agility and memory skills. You can read our full review here. To learn more about Maximize Games read our developer interview.
Short Bald and Lanky. The Short, Bald and Lanky team have developers/designers who have worked for EA games and Artists who have worked for the BBC. Their goal is to always produce mobile apps of quality that are visually stunning with intuitive design and a touch of magic. The company was created in 2012 and has recently launched Let’s Make a Rhyme which The iMums reviewed. Let’s Make A Rhyme The app takes well known nursery rhymes and let’s you make them into your own Mad Libs version complete with fill in the blanks and a variety of interactive games including puzzles, a paint palate and the ability to write your own stories using a story creator. You can read our full review here.
Please enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway is open worldwide, you must be over 18 years old to enter. The winners must contact The iMums within 48 hours of being announced to claim their prize and must have a valid postal address. We notify winners by email as well as announcing on our website, so make sure info(at)theimum.com is on your safe senders list so the email doesn’t get caught in your spam filter or junk mail folder.
There is no charge to enter this giveaway – you just need to give some social media love and help us spread the word about the giveaways. There is one mandatory step to complete- the blog post comment, any additional steps are completely optional. However, you must complete all steps on the first page to be able to unlock the other options. The more steps you complete, the more entries you will have in the giveaway. When the winners name is drawn their entry will be verified and they will be disqualified if they have not done the steps they claim to have done. Please ensure you have read and understand our Terms & Conditions. We reserve the right to substitute the iPad mini with an Apple Gift Certificate or cash to the value of US $350. Good luck!
Mary is originally from England but now lives in California with her husband, dog, cat and three children. Mary and her family love Apple products and own an iPad2, iPad3, iPad Mini, iTouch, iPhone5 and several MacBook Pros. They also love cub scouts, skiing, camping and hiking. The family iPads are also used for therapy for their daughters Apraxia (speech disorder).