Friday, August 24, 2012

(Baby To Child Event) Chalk City Review and Giveaway!!




My girls love to draw and they love to play outside on their little trikes. Now they can have both with Chalk City!


Chalk City is a family of outdoor toys that combines two activities children love, which is playing with sidewalk chalk and riding on their riding toys! Chalk City has hours of fun for all ages covered with their awesome Road Maker, Road Sign Stencils, and Obstacle Course Stencils!! They even have awesome Activities section on their website for loads and loads of awesome FUN!!

Road Maker- It allows you to hold two pieces of chalk in an easy to use Chalk Holder to allow your children to make endless courses, roads, swirly roads and streets. They can even make circles for playing different types of games or even mazes to run through with their friends! *Comes with a cute storage case!*


Road Sign Stencils- Comes with Three Stencils to make four different road sides, which are Stop sign, Straight Ahead Sign, Detour Left and Detour Right Road Signs. These are perfect for teaching your little one the rules of the road!! *Comes with a cute storage case!*


Obstacle Course Signs- This comes with Three Stencils to make different Obstacles such as Jumping Jacks, Spin Left/Spin Right, Hop on Both Feet, Hop on Left/Right Foot. Add a little bit of flair to any obstacle course with these awesome stencils! *Comes with a cute storage case!*


My girls where very excited to try out all the fun activities Chalk City had to offer. We made roads, signs and a Obstacle course. It was easy enough for my two year old to have fun by coloring the stencils in. I think the best part is seeing the girls faces light up as they drive through their very own creations!!


I loved how easy putting the road maker together and how easy it is to take a part for easy storage. I took a picture (above) to show the easy buttons that make all that happen! The chalk was also easy to insert into the road maker. There is a spring like mechanisms inside that holds the chalk in place (pictured below), giving it enough strength to make roads and streets with ease!

                           Chalk Holder on the Road maker.

The Road Maker is actually a great size, good for making roads for Trikes and big wheels for younger children to play as well!! Which is perfect for my girls! They love drawing out the roads and signs, then being able to play with their creations!! 


Overall, I would totally recommend this fun outdoor toy to your child or loved one, they will have a super fun time making roads and obstacle courses for their ride on toys as well as use their imagination to create their own dreamy roadway!! Possibilities are endless with the Chalk City Activity Set!! This will make a great gift for birthdays, holidays or just for a fun family activity!!

                              Check out the Video Below!! 

To learn more visit ChalkCity.com, you can also connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube for more fun and excitement!!!





Buy It: You can purchase the Chalk City Activity Kit on Amazon for $44.99 or you can purchase each set separately on Amazon as well.

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Win It: Thanks to the awesome folks over at Chalk City one lucky reader will win a Chalk City Activity Set!! How great is that?? I wanted to give a huge Thank you to the Chalk City Team for allowing me to host a wonderful giveaway!! Thanks so much!! To enter simply use the below Rafflecopter form by doing some or all the entries.



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*Disclaimer- I received the mention Activity Kit and Chalk City is sponsoring my giveaway, this did not alter my opinions of their products. All opinions expressed are mine and 100% honest and true, your opinion may differ.*



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28 comments :

Sandy VanHoey said...

I would give to my oldest grandson to use for when they ride their bikes. He could make a road, etc.

Colleen M said...

Whatever my little grandson's imagination comes up with! Probably some roads for his tricycle and trucks.

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Anonymous said...

My daughter loves to write her name and draw flowers and stick people.

Tina M
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Amy W. said...

I'd make a bike maze for my kids. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

Kimberly said...

Roads, lots and lots of roads
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Jennifer Young said...

We'd make city streets at the park where my girls like to ride their bikes!

katychick said...

a maze and hop scotch
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Brittany said...

I'd give it to my daughter to decorate our sidewalk and back patio.

amy beth marantino said...

we will design our own city roads and then ride our bikes through them

Country Cookin' Mama said...

My three kids would probably make a road to ride their bikes on.
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Kimberly Bauer said...

We would make an obstacle course

Sue Hull said...

My 2 neices would probably make lots of squiggly roads.They'd have so much fun with this.Thanks for the Awesome giveaway! :)

Gina H. said...

A road for their big wheels.

MELINA said...

we would do the 3 circles and play catch ball

Brittany Poole said...

Tricycle courses.

C.R. said...

whatever my grandkids want :)

Jennifer Hiles said...

My daughter could come up with all kinds of things, probably a road for her plasma car!

Raising My Padawans said...

My boys (and neighbor kids) would love to make roads!
-Heather S

Darcie Decided said...

I would make a hopscotch and a road for the kids bikes.
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Michelle Abbott said...

I would lot the kids take over the driveway and draw whatever their imaginations create.

Raina said...

I would draw an obstacle course for the kiddos to do, or maybe a racetrack.

MamaStace said...

I'd make a little path for them to ride their bikes and misc toys through, something fun

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Rock Paper Stitch said...

The road tool looks really cool and I'm sure we'd have lots of fun with the stencils too.

Rebecca said...

lots of roads

Audra Weathers said...

My daughter would have fun with the stencils and drawing pictures.

Dree Getz said...

I would make a little play area for her to ride in the lines.

Penny B W said...

I would make an obstacle course for my son to ride through with his bike!

Sam Stamp said...

I would donate this to my church and I can just imagine the cities and places the kids would draw