Giveaway: Win A Wordsearch Junior Game From Drumond Park

It’s giveaway time again and we have teamed up with a Sim’s Life favourite to offer you the chance to win a copy of the awesome Wordsearch Junior from Drumond Park.

Wordsearch Junior, based on the much loved Wordsearch ‘race’ game format is aimed at children aged 4 years plus and is perfect for 1-4 players. The game is a fantastic way of enhancing youngsters language and recognition skills, amongst other development skills.

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The fun game may bring out a competitive streak, but this fun packed game will get children excited about playing with words – reinforcing the positive aspects of learning and enriching their vocabulary.

So how do you play Wordsearch Junior?

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Wordsearch Junior is based on the same clever ‘turntable’ design of the original Classic Wordsearch! version, and is easily set up for play.  Clear assembly instructions are included in the box, and once you’ve selected a puzzle playing disk and inserted it onto the table-top ‘wheelbase’ you’re ready to go. The nine double-sided puzzle disks have three different levels covering a myriad of topics, so the game can be enjoyed by children aged 4 and upwards:

Blue for finding picture patterns and sequencing – choose from cards illustrating Zoo, Pets, Fruit, Fairy Tales, Faces and Balls;

Red for finding words with picture hints – featuring Summer Holiday, Garden, House, Forest, Farm and Animals;

Green for finding words – choose from Transportation, Sports, School, My Body, Food and Clothing.

The object of the game is to find the most words or pictures, and cover them with your coloured marking chips.  At the end of the game, the player with the most chips of their colour on the board wins!

Wordsearch Junior has an RRP of £18.99 and is available at Amazon and toy retailers.

Wordsearch Junior from Drumond Park

Giveaway ends at midnight on Sunday 9th April 2017.
One winning entry will be drawn at random by Gleam.
The winner will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway ending.
The winner will receive a copy of Wordsearch Junior from Drumond Park.
Open to UK residents only.
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.


  1. Jo Carroll says:

    Great question…umm…being the first person to capture definitive proof of Aliens and U.F.O’s would be cool? 😉

  2. Deborah Clarke says:

    Finding 13 four leaf clovers…is that good luck? Does that mean I win? Ha ha. Fab giveaway would love to be your lucky winner. Fingers crossed

  3. Dean says:

    What a fun giveaway! This would be a wonderful game for early learners, I would’ve loved using this game a resource when my kiddos were younger. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing at #MMBH.

  4. T Brailey says:

    For not allowing Costa to monopolise Southmead hospital in Bristol and provide a place where visitors can sit down and have a meal that won’t cost them the earth if they have relatives in for a period of time.

  5. sharon stanley says:

    My fiance always says I would save all the worlds children in hardship if I could so I would say I would become the adoptive mum to millions, after winning the lottery of course lol.

  6. Teresa sheldon says:

    Sussex lady wins the largest amount possible on the euro Lotto and has a heart attack with the shock as she has never been a lucky person

  7. Julie Edwards says:

    I would love to make the headlines for making a difference to many peoples lives. I work for a charity so having the most successful shop in the UK would be fantastic.. a dream.. but nevertheless…

  8. Dale Dow says:

    As much as I would LOVE it to be curing cancer, I need to be realistic, so knowing me, it would be the woman who accidentally (but wishes it was deliberate) tripped and fell face first into Donald Trump knocking him on his backside

  9. paula cheadle says:

    I would not like to be on the world news, or any news for that matter, but I would like to be remembered for doing something good

  10. Elizabeth Gaskell says:

    Finding a cure for Alzheimer’s. Great competition thanks for the chance to win such a fabulous prize.

  11. Deborah Mackenzie says:

    For winning this prize, giving it to my great niece and she made the best scoring word possible for her age

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