Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Trunki Yondi Giveaway

I am a huge fan of Trunki products, I've reviewed the BoostaPak and the ToddlePak in the past. One of their other innovative products is the Yondi.

trunki yondi

This is a travel pillow which is specially designed with children in mind. It has hidden magnets which connect under your child's chin and this in turn stops their heads rolling forward and allowing them to sleep comfortably whilst travelling.

pablo panda yondi

Trunki have just released two brand new characters to their range, Pablo Panda and Koko Koala, these are specifically for children aged 5 and over.

pablo panda trunki yondi

I'll be sharing an indepth review in the near future of the lovely Koko Koala so watch this space, but in the meantime I have a Pablo Panda to give away to one lucky reader. All you need to do is fill out the rafflecopter form below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The giveaway is open to UK residents only and will close at 11.59pm on the 12th May 2015. Make sure to enter correctly because all entries will be checked and verified.

Good luck everyone.

xxxx

Competitions at ThePrizeFinder

101 comments:

  1. We play word games, and we have a portable dvd player too.

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  2. I spy and hangman!

    Ashleigh

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  3. Fortunately we have video screens in the back so I put a video on for a long journey.

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  4. Lynsey Buchanan15 April 2015 at 10:29

    Play games and the iPad is a god send

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  5. We sing along to cds all the time.

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  6. we have an in car dvd player, or we play, 'spot the car' , looking for certain colour cars, eg, spot the red car . or music cds, like mickey mouse sing along, or Frozen x

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  7. Toys and playing with them in the back :)

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  8. We play I Spy and or spot different colour cars!

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  9. singing along to frozen and watching dvds

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  10. Lots of i-spy, magazines and sing-a-longs on the way xx

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  11. how do you keep your children entertained when travelling? ............ singing - our 'favourite' song at the moment is Old MacDonald had a farm - it should be re-titled Old MacNoah had an ark

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  12. Books to keep them occupies :- with someone / passenger there to read to them etc. Sing - a-longs can work whether there is an adult passenger along or not. I feel it is important to consider the children, involve them in the journey, as well as activities which they enjoy such as reading, colouring in etc during a journey


    Rachel Craig

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  13. Our 4 yr grandson is kept happy with music and spot the sheep!

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  14. We sing,play I-spy,we have dvd players for them,although I admit it's I-spy that they prefer x

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  15. We put together a little travel pack with some snacks and travel games/ crayons and paper. x

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  16. Lots of singing and hope they drop off haha!

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  17. Lots of games of i-spy, iPad with games on, snacks.

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  18. Make sure all gadgets are fully charged and let them choose one other non-tech item they can play with in the car.

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  19. We singalong to the music

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  20. Playin I spy and spot the yellow car

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  21. Singing many many songs together

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  22. Activity books and their tablets x

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  23. we sing lots of songs and play the alphabet game

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  24. we play spot the supermarket vans x

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  25. Elizabeth Hinds19 April 2015 at 19:47

    Play games and music, and talk to them about what they can see out of the window :-)

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  26. I keep a bag of toys and games handy, including books, electronic games and toy cars

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  27. We have a travel bag full of all sorts books, snacks, tablets etc

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  28. My toddler loves listening to music and looking out the window. I guess I'm pretty lucky!

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  29. They love the game where we each take it in turns to say a few lines of a story, making it up as we go along.

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  30. Singing, chatting and snacks.

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  31. We play Ispy and take plenty of snacks

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  32. sticker books, singing songs, I spy and spot the yellow car

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  33. I have a 4 year old and find his tablet is the best way to keep him entertained when traveling

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  34. letting them count how many red cars they can see on the way (or a different colour)

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  35. Seeing how many Minis we can see etc (I'm useless and always lose)

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  36. music, silly car games always seem to work too.

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  37. We play games like I spy and listen to Disney songs.

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  38. beryl johnson7 May 2015 at 22:38

    I spy with colours(too small for letters) and singing songs, mainly nursery rhymes

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  39. Singing to her favourite songs :)

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  40. sing sons, play i spy or other spotting things game

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  41. colouring and samsung tablet

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  42. We listen to music and play I Spy games

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  43. Usually listen to audio books.

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  44. My 2 usually fall asleep, if not we usually play games and sing songs.

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  45. Singing and playing games

    Celia West

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  46. It's really easy at the moment because my son's latest interest (obsession) is cars. So we just have to call out every car make and model that we see and he's happy.

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  47. We sing and play I-spy. When all this fails the DVDs come out.

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  48. My daughter is always happy with cuddly toys, my teenager son his ipod or play games in his apps.

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  49. Singing and the old favourite I spy

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  50. head phones portable dvd players pens paper i spy i make a list in two lil note books of lorry red car horse sheep motor bike bridge police car long lists and kids have to tick them off when they see them

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  51. DVD Player and a few stop offs
    Eve Burke

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  52. We have always taken toys and books and played games spotting different types of vehicles. For Christmas just gone my 2 daughters were given an in car DVD player by their Grandma so hopefully they will love this on their upcoming road trip!

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  53. Pam Francis Gregory11 May 2015 at 20:41

    Play games like I-spy & car colour game

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  54. Lots of colouring books and reading books if we are on a plane they tend to do the trick :-)

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  55. I buy little toys such as travel magna doodles, colouring & sticker books and games.

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  56. JUDITH STANLEY11 May 2015 at 22:12

    we sing songs and have loads of books

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  57. Stickers and colouring books, and lots of i-spy.

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  58. mini colouring books, snacks, mp3 player with their fav songs

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  59. Kelly Summerfield12 May 2015 at 07:13

    Colouring books and lots of yummy snacks :) x

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  60. I spy, reading, snacks and kids cds.

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  61. Lots of different activities and lots of snacks.

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  62. Snacks, colouring books, puzzle books, mini travel board games, card games, and small travel toys!

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  63. Sing all the songs from Frozen.. over and over again

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  64. by printing off sheets and playing car Bingo

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  65. Coloring books, crayons and for v long journeys, the leap pad comes out!

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  66. used to be - pick a colour and spot cars of that colour. first to 100 wins. now, the dvds are a godsend.

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  67. Play games, portable DVD player or books

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  68. Games, mags, snacks and drinks, oh and music to listen to x

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  69. playing word games and telling stories

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  70. Denielle Nicol12 May 2015 at 23:03

    Traditional travelling games like eye spy, how many red cars and also playing games or watching cartoons etc on the tablet

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  71. Singing and pointing things out.

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