TINKERTOY Essentials Value Set #Giveaway

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TINKERTOY  Essentials Value Set for creative thinking and play for children.

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I am sure you probably remember playing with TINKERTOY as a kid. I know when I was growing up they were one of the most popular toys around. Did you know they have been around for over 100 years? They were created in 1913 by Charles Pajeau, who was inspired by children playing with empty spools of thread and pencils. TINKERTOY has a collection of sets available which include:

  • Wild Wheels Building Set.
  • 30 Model Super Building Set.
  • 65 Piece Essentials Value Set.
  • Pink Building Set.
  • Transit Building Set.
  • 100 Piece Essentials Value Set
  • 150 Piece Essentials Value Set.

I remember playing with TINKERTOY when I was a child and then playing with them with my children, and now I play with them with my grandchildren. In my opinion they are a traditional toy that has been passed down from generation to generation.

Of course over time they have changed a bit. They have recently been redesigned so the pieces snap together and stay together which provides longer-lasting play, without the frustration of them coming apart. TINKERTOY nurtures creative thinking, problem-solving skills and assists in developing fine motor skills for children. Additionally, the building sets can be combined because the spools, rods, flags, washers, end caps and more are interchangeable for more fun. TINKERTOY building sets are made in America. They are a perfect building set for ages three and up.

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I am excited to share an incredible giveaway for TINKERTOY 150 Piece Essentials Value Set! The set includes:

  • Instruction sheet with building tips and ideas.
  • 150 essential TINKERTOY pieces including; spools, rods, flags, washers, end caps, and more.

150 Piece Essentials Value Set is a fantastic set that is ideal for all skill levels. There are 16 building ideas in the set. The pieces snap together, stay together, and bendable rods assist in ease of building for younger children.

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TINKERTOY building sets would make terrific gifts for creative children ages three and up. To learn more about TINKERTOY visit the website. You can also enter to win TINKERTOY 150 Piece Essentials Value Set below.

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Comments

  1. I love it when my kids would create cool things with them

  2. Stephanie Phelps says

    I remember my brothers and I playing with these for hours making so many things out of them and I will be keeping these wonderful toys!

  3. My favorite memory of Tinkertoy is playing with it on snow days. I would keep it for my two children.

  4. mrsmchappell says

    I remember playing with Tinkertoys with my cousins when I was a kid! I would share gift these to my friend’s kids.

  5. I would keep these and play with the set with my 23 yr. old autistic daughter in the floor. I got my first set when I was 5 yrs. old.

  6. Julie Lundstrom says

    I remember playing with tinker toys when I was a kid. I had many years of fun building with them. I would like my son to have many years of fun with them too.

  7. Tinkertoy was one of my favorite toys when I was young!

  8. I remember playing with my brother and building all kinds of things. I would love to gift this to my niece.

  9. My brother had the tinker toys and I wasn’t allowed to play with them. I would give these to my grandson.

  10. Sonya Sanderson says

    I never played with them as a kid. My neighbor’s son would love these.

  11. When I was a kid, Tinkertoys and Lincoln Logs, along with wooden blocks, were the only building toys available. We played with them all the time. I remember losing the little flags that came with them. I will keep them, should I win, for when my grandchildren visit.

  12. I would give these to my little girl because she really needs something to play and stimulate her mind and I think these would do the trick.

  13. Chad Gustafson says

    Give to my son, as I loved them

  14. patrick jones says

    making all types of things as a kid…i would give this away to someone in the family who hasn’t played with these!

  15. My daughter loves to create things with these.

  16. Brenda Schrider says

    The Brain is a wonderful thing! Super prize for grandkids.

  17. Jackie Nelson says

    My grandson would love this. He is always building things.

  18. I loved my Tinkertoys. I can remember sitting in the rec room, building for hours. Tinkertoys and Legos were my favorite toys.

  19. gloria parkin says

    we played with them constantly as a child!

  20. terrii bollin says

    I remember playing with my brother on days we were snowed in and didn’t go to school

  21. Ronda Patrick says

    My favorite memory is playing with them when I was a child. Our entire family played together so nicely. Then I carried that on to my family!

  22. I’d give to this the Angel Tree at church.

  23. Carolyn Daley says

    I do not have any memories of playing with Tinkertoys. I would love to win this for my nephew.

  24. corinne gonz says

    my grandson would love these, I’ve never tried

  25. My grandaughters would loves these .

  26. I’d gift it to my kids.

  27. These would go to my grandson, 7. He loves construction!

  28. deanna hanson says

    I would give it to my sons

  29. I loved playing with these with my cousins when I was little. If we win I will be giving this to my son 🙂

  30. Bridget Merker says

    I would give it to my goddaughter. I loved playing with them as a kid.

  31. Michelle Schanbacher says

    I had Tinkertoys when I was a little girl. I’d would give these to my son for christmas!

  32. I use to play with tem when I was little. I would gift them to my grandson, he loves to build.

  33. My favorite memory is all the fun things I would try to build. I would give this to my kids if I won.

  34. I would gift it to my grandson, so he could build memories.

  35. I loved competing with my brother’s on who could build the tallest structure

  36. I loved playing with these as a kid, and I know my son would enjoy them now.

  37. Nicole Lancaster says

    I would gift the Tinkertoys to my nephew. I think he would really enjoy them.

  38. Lisa Coomer Queen says

    I remember playing with tinker toys when I was a child. I remember a Farris Wheel that I made. I would give this to my grandson. He really likes to build things. Thanks!

  39. This would make the perfect gift for my 7 year old. He loves to build things!

  40. Roughing up the rug while watching Saturday morning cartoons and created a “vacuum” from tinkertoys to flatten it.

  41. Candace Galan-Calderon says

    I would give it to my son!

  42. I would give to my son

  43. I would give this gift to my so is. They would love it!!

  44. Trina Chadwick says

    making A Play Doll House with the Tinkertoys

  45. I would give it to my son!! I can remember playing with them at daycare when I was little!

  46. I’d give this to my grandson because I know from personal experience what a fantastic toy this is.

  47. I remember wanting TinkerToys, but, not having them. and I would gift them to my grandson!

  48. Lisa Williams says

    I think I am going to gift these awesome Tinkertoys to my little niece and nephew,they don’t have these and I can’t wait to see them building their first creation with them,they will have a blast,they are going to make so many things and I will show them what I made when I was young and had Tinkertoys.

  49. Tinker toys bring back many memories of my son building.

  50. Peggy Humbracht says

    Tinker toys- the main memory is my mom stepping on them for I didn’t pick them up, and she not being very happy. I want to give them to my grandson’s for them to play with and have fun(and hopefully not getting in trouble from someone stepping on them)

  51. I remember getting Tinkertoys under the Christmas tree on Christmas morning & building my first real structure. I would give it to my granddaughter & teach her how to build what grandma did.

  52. I remember playing with these as a 4 year old child.. now I teach that same age group art! Would love to have these for our class

  53. Laurie Strawbridge says

    I remember my brother got a set of Tinkertoys for Christmas. I would sneak in his room when he wasn’t home to play with them! If I won this wonderful set of Tinkertoys I would give it to my grandson. He loves building things!

  54. I remember my brothers never let me play with their Tinkertoys!

  55. Melanie Morin says

    I would keep it for my oldest daughter until she’s old enough to play with it 🙂

  56. Jonathan Gordon says

    I would give it to my kids and I remember building all sorts of fun things… that would then fall.

  57. I remember playing with these as a kid. My grandson would love love love these.

  58. Kristy Wolfgang says

    This would be a gift for my special little someone.

  59. Debra Guillen says

    I would be giving this to my Grandson. My son loved his Tinkertoys and I know my Grandson will too.

  60. Jeff Rothrock says

    give to my twin neighbors

  61. Deborah Grant says

    I remember making windmills with my brothers set of Tinkertoys and now that I’m 67 I still want my own set.

  62. I do not think I ever played with tinker toys . I would give them to my niece and nephew

  63. Heather Shaw says

    My favorite memories of playing with tinker toys as a child was playing them with my big brother! We had so much fun and we got to bond and spend time together without fighting!

  64. Oh I remember playing with tinker toys when I was a little girl. We had a set at my grandparents house, and everytime we went I would pull it out and make a windmill!

  65. I never had Tinker Toys as a kid but I would love to have them for my daughter because she loves to build!

  66. My favorite memory is that the Tinker Toys were always kept at Grammas house, so it was always something we looked forward to when we would visit. I would gift this to my nephew!

  67. elizabeth b. says

    I would give it to my nephew

  68. SORRY I HAVE NI MEMORY OF THEM BUT WOULD GIFT TO MY SON WHO HAS AUTISM,THESE WOULD BE GREAT FOR MOTOR SKILLS

  69. Natalie Brown says

    My favorite memory of getting a set of Tinkertoys for Christmas and being quite excited about it. I would give this to my grandson. He’d certainly enjoy it. 🙂

  70. Charity Cram says

    I never had Tinker Toys, but I am sure I would have loved them. I loved creating things! This would be great for when my sister’s kids come to visit! Thank you for the chance to win!

  71. I never had any but our kids enjoyed.

  72. Jennifer Reed says

    I remember playing with Tinkertoys with my friends growing up. I would love to have a set for my daughter now.

  73. I would give this to my nehphew

  74. I would give it to my kids for Christmas.

  75. I actually don’t remember ever playing with TinkerToys. I would love to check them out with my kids.

  76. My favorite memory is waking up on Christmas morning and seeing that Santa brought me Tinkertoys under the tree. I would give these to my 5 yr old granddaughter so she can have her own memories to share with her kids when she grows up.

  77. I would give it to the orphanage in our neighborhood. They would love to play with tinkertoys.

  78. I LOVED playing with them as a child! My daughter’s birthday is coming up and she has never experienced them. I would gift them to her. Thanks for the chance!

  79. Shakeia Rieux says

    This would be for my nephew

  80. I remember playing this with my sisters many years ago. I would give these to my grandson and hope he enjoys playing with them as much as we did.

  81. I am gifting this toy to my godchild.

  82. Jeanna Massman says

    I would definitely give this to my grandson. He loves playing with TinkerToys.

  83. I would love this for my little niece I think she would love these I loved playing with these as a child

  84. Susan Hartman says

    I might give them to a nephew or hold them another year or so for my grandson.

  85. I never had TinkerToys as a kid, but my son would love them

  86. I would give this to my grandkids.

  87. Love all the old school toys, they are the best, they last forever and the kids can be creative on their own!!

  88. I would gift this to my grandson we would play together

  89. i will probably give it to my nieces and nephew

  90. Building bridges for my cars! I would give this to my little one.

  91. I would love to gift this to my four kiddos! Not only would they love to put this together, they could all work on this together! I love any toy that requires thinking and creating!

  92. Michelle Small says

    I loved playing with Tinker Toys as a child and would love to gift this to my son. He would so loooove it.

  93. tracey johnson says

    I will give it to my son

  94. I would gift to my nephew

  95. I remember playing this with my brother & cousins at my grandparent’s house! I would keep this for my family & grandkids!

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  96. kelley roach says

    I remember playing with Tinkertoys with my cousins when I was a kid! I would share gift these to my friend’s kids.

  97. jeanne conner says

    we never had tinker toys growing up, we had lincoln logs

  98. grandchild would love this

  99. Deana Honeycutt says

    My favorite memory is building houses and villages and parking lots. If I won this prize I would give it to my grandchild.

  100. I would give the set to my neighbour’s kids.

  101. Heather Poindexter says

    I don’t even think all the stuff we built had names, but every one of us kids went into the construction field. I would give these to my niece so she could have as much fun as I did.

  102. My favorite memory was watching my son play with them when he was younger. Even though he is older now, he still finds ways to integrate them in his problem solving. thank you

  103. Janine Hwang says

    I’d definitely give this to my son, so he could explore his creativity

  104. I’m an only child and used to play with Tinker Toys all the time!

  105. I remember playing with them as a little girl. If I won them I would give them to my grandchlidren or I might just keep them so that we can play with them when they come over. 🙂

  106. My brothers played with tinkertoys. My best memory is going in their area and rearraanging them (I was the oldest siblling) they wuld get so bent over it. To make up for this transgression I would love to give this to one of my brothers sons!

  107. JANICE MURPHY says

    I didn’t get any as a child; but my daughter did and I would love for my grand daughter to have them

  108. Oh I mised it

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