April 2015 Contest
Creative Kid Stuff
Designed to get girls utilizing STEM thinking in fun ways, the Roominate Studio comes with a doll, a pet and 70 build-it pieces that can be assembled modularly and decorated any way she likes. Working circuits make windmills, carousels and elevators spin and move. (For girls 6+; $29.99 value)
Make movie history! Moulin Roty’s Cinema Box hands small Spielbergs the keys to running their own theater, with tickets to pass out, a design-your-own marquee pad and a screen on which they can view and narrate stories illuminated by flashlight ($40 value).
Leah's Voice Picture Book
Leah's Voice, penned by Chester County mom Lori DeMonia, received the Autism Society of America’s 2014 Temple Grandin Outstanding Literary Work of the Year Award. DeMonia based the fictional tale on the close relationship of her real-life daughters — Leah has autism, Sarah does not. The pictures are inspired by Leah’s own artwork, through which she eloquently communicates her feelings.
*Prizes marked with an asterisk
MUST be picked up at MetroKids’ Center City office.
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Prizes will be mailed to the address provided with the entry form on or near May 1, 2015.
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Parents only! You must be age 18 or older to enter the giveaways.