Christmas Giveaway 2013 – SpinMaster Spy Gear

This post was written by 5M4M contributor, Jennifer D.

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My kids both went through a “spy” phase, and I remember buying each of them spy gear to enhance their imaginative play. I think that what I bought for my daughter many years ago was just totally pretend cheap plastic, but this new Spy Gear from SpinMaster can really take imaginative play to the next level.

Spy Giveaway

With kids so obsessed with screens (at least mine are!), anything that will encourage them to use their minds in a creative way is worth exploring. I love peeking through my back windows when my son is in the backyard playing with a friend. They always called it “ninja,” but they were stealthy spies who would have loved to have a spy cam, sonic distractors, and a spy mic to enhance their fun.

Enter to Win

One of you can win a set of all three Spinmaster Spy Gear gadgets (pictured above):

 

For more giveaways like this one, be sure to click over to the main Christmas Giveaway 2013 post.

Jennifer manages 5 Minutes for Books. When she’s not reading and reviewing, she writes about family life at Snapshot.


Comments

  1. Cindy B says

    Our grandson and his friends love to play spy. They sit in the tree fort and spy on the neighbors or whoever comes down our road :)

  2. Michelle C says

    This is the kind of thing that keeps my son busy for hours. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  3. karen medlin says

    It is fun watching the kids play spy, mine are into trying to talk in code so I won’t understand what they are saying.. My guys would love a few tools to aid in their little spy games.

  4. Eileen Richter says

    Wow, you have so many great “boy” toys, but then our 6 and 8 year old grandkids…a boy AND a girl would love this set! thanks!

  5. Seyma Shabbir says

    My sons would love the spy gear. They love watching spy kids movies and this would be perfect, so interactive!

  6. Sharon O. says

    I remember making a periscope to peek over the neighbor’s fence when I was a kid-hah! Good thing it never did work right.

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