Monday, October 15, 2012

Fall into Winter Giveaway Hop: Enter to Win the Exciting Family Game, Morphology Junior #FIWinterGiveaway (3 Winners!)

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As the weather gets colder with the approach of winter, we tend to spend more time indoors. A great way to pass the time and enjoy each other’s company is by playing board games. Fortunately, I have the perfect suggestion that children and adults of all ages will enjoy: Morphology Junior! This game is so much fun, and we’ve really been enjoying this at our house.

The award-winning Morphology Junior is an exciting twist on games like Pictionary, but instead of drawing, teammates have to “build” their clues with props in the game, such as wooden sticks, a string, plastic cubes, and people figures! Players choose a card and can select from an “Easy” or “Hard” clue. If you’re instructed to demonstrate a “park,” for example, you will tell the other players that they have to guess a “place.” I had this clue, and I took one of the wooden sticks and propped one end up on a plastic cube. Then I sent one of the little people figures down the stick so my sons got the idea that he was going down a slide! From that, they were able to figure out that I wanted them to guess a park. This game is trickier than it sounds because you’re not allowed to say words or use your own body as a “prop” in the game. (You can just use your hands to move the pieces.) There are also many variations of the game to play. The first team to advance their frog through the lily pads on the game board wins!

This game is a blast, and I love how it encourages creativity and togetherness. Kids love to figure out how to use the various objects in the game to create clues. Visit Morphology Games through the following links to learn more about this exciting game. They offer free shipping to all of their Facebook fans!

LINKS
Morphology website: www.morphologygames.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/morphologygames (free shipping for fans!)
Twitter: https://twitter.com/morphologygames
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/MorphologyGames
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/morphology/
Google+: https://plus.google.com/103243068178125080779/posts


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Three (3) lucky winners will each receive the game, Morphology Junior (a $29.99 value)! To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM ET on Monday, October 29, 2012. After entering this giveaway, be sure to visit the other participating blogs listed in the linky below the Rafflecopter for the opportunity to win more fantastic prizes!



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Disclaimer: Please note that the Fall Into Winter hosts and participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prize, but we will make every effort to help the winner in obtaining it.

91 comments:

  1. I really liked the guessing game with string... I got a few

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  2. It was a Creative Child Magazine’s Game of the Year for 2012.

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  3. I learned they also have Morphology normal version
    hollow_sins(at)yahoo.com

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  4. I learned they came up with the idea for the Morphology game during a snowstorm in Minneapolis!
    Gigi (Gina P)

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  5. Aldra W8:54 PM

    Because she wanted to play a game, teach a friend spanish, while being indoors during a snowstorm, Morphology was born!

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  6. carol roberts9:30 PM

    Creative Child Magazine’s Game of the Year for 2012

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  7. I learned they also have a senior version of this game debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  8. I learned that it was Creative Child Magazine's Game of the Year.

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  9. Morphology Junior was started with money from Kickstarter - how cool is that?

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  10. I learned that Morphology Games launched in late fall of 2009.

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  11. You can buy it at Barnes and Noble.

    Val Pearson
    lastnerve2000 at gmail dot ocm

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  12. Anonymous11:34 AM

    Kristin Troska
    I learned that they are a local (to me) small creative new company!

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  13. I learned that when a professor at Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth wanted to purchase the game as gifts, that's what launched the game! :) Thanks for a great giveaway! :)

    songbird1613 at yahoo dot com

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  14. I learned they won the #2 toy of the year award.
    lenz.nicole(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. You can buy it at Marbles the brain store

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  16. They were #2 on Times Toy of the year list!

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  17. I learned Morphology was selected on TIME Magazine's Top Ten Toys list.

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  18. wow,i learned it made it onto time magazine's top 10 toy list! that says something!

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  19. I learned that Morphology for my child would help him expand creativity, which is often overlooked and very important to child development.

    missysweepsalot at gmail dot com

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  20. I learned that if your local store doesn't carry Morphology, there is a letter on their site that you can print off and take to your local store manager explaining why they should!

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  21. creative kids game of the year
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  22. Time ranked it #2 toy of the year.

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  23. The idea for Morphology first emerged during a snowstorm in Minneapolis.
    We would love to play this with our daughter.

    Thanks :)

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  24. They won Time's #2 toy of the year!

    eg kaufman

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  25. i learned it was time's #2 toy of the year

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  26. I learned that you use objects to create the pictures. Awesome idea! (Erin K)

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  27. i learned it was voted 2012 Teachers’ Choice Awards for the Family by Learning® Magazine

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  28. Won an award in 2012
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  29. You can get it at Barnes & Noble. Looks like such a fun and creative game.

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  30. Morphology Jr. is Good Housekeeping's #2 New Game of 2012

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  31. Morphology started through Jenga blocks & Pente pieces :)

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  32. jodi frasier12:48 AM

    They won number 2 toy of the year award. Thansk

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  33. That looks like such a fun game! This would help my kids use their imagination! My oldest daughter would be good at this game for sure! It comes with a variety of different pieces and you use them to "morph" the word without talking! :P I like these types of games!

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  34. i learned it got times top 10 toys
    nannypanpan@gmail.com

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  35. It is #2 toy of the year
    poniabaum at gmail dot com

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  36. Anonymous11:38 AM

    it can be bought at barnes and noble

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  37. I learned that it's a hands on game! Absolutely fantastic! I'm excited to try this game out!

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  38. Anonymous7:14 PM

    It was Creative Childs Game of the Year Award 2012 winner
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  39. Jenny Stanek9:10 PM

    I learned that Morphology Junior was created after many requests for kids to have their own Morphology

    orangestar17(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  40. Sherrie C.3:11 AM

    I learned Morphology received 2 "Top New Toys awards of 2010" at the New York Toy Fair.

    callawishes(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  41. I learned they won the #2 toy of the year award

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  42. The idea for Morphology first emerged during a snowstorm in Minneapolis, MN.

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  43. I learned that The idea for Morphology first emerged during a snowstorm in Minneapolis, MN - my hometown!

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  44. they have an ios app.

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  45. The idea for Morphology first emerged during a snowstorm in Minneapolis, MN.

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  46. you can choose easy or hard words

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  47. its kinda like dictionary without the picture this you use objects t create the answer sounds like a great game fo rthe mind ty

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  48. I learned it won lots of awards including, Best Party Game of 2010 – About.com Readers’ Choice Award.

    longshaw4735@hotmail.com

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  49. The idea for Morphology first emerged during a snowstorm in Minneapolis, MN.

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  50. Auri Lae3:26 PM

    This got its start as a Kickstarter project! Very cool example of how that site can bring great ideas to life.

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  51. How interesting this part of the game..."BUILD A WORD WITH YOUR EYES CLOSED!"

    clemensrhonda@hotmail.com

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  52. I learned Morphology Games launched in late fall of 2009, quickly selling out its original units and in 2010, went to the New York Toy Fair where it received two “Top New Toys of 2010” nods. In the fall of 2010, Morphology was selected as TIME’s Top Ten Toys list as the Number 2 Toy of the Year.

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  53. Stacy Novack1:18 PM

    I learned that Morphology first emerged during a snowstorm in Minneapolis, MN. That's aweseome since I live in Minneapolis ~ :-)

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  54. I learned that they make creations or scenes on their facebook page and have people guess it for a chance to win some of their great products. Lieutenantcrunch27 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  55. Without talking the morphologist needs to morph the pieces into the word.

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  56. was voted #2 Toy of the Year by time magazine

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  57. I learned they came up with the idea for the Morphology game during a snowstorm

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  58. I learned that they used kickstarter to raise money to get started

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  59. I learned time magazine named it #2 toy of the year

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  60. vera p.12:27 AM

    I learned that they were #2 on Times Toy of the year list.

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  61. I learned that it was Creative Child Magazine's Game of the Year

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  62. I learned that they got Creative Child Magazine’s Game of the Year 2012

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  63. I learned that they came up with the idea of Morphology during a snow storm. They also have an adult version of the game!

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  64. We used Kickstarter and raised $15,240.00 to bring creativity, free play and hilarious fun to younger kids

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  65. I didn't know they were sold at Books A Million!

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  66. Won Times #2 Toy of the Year
    Amber Porter

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  67. 2012 Teachers’ Choice Awards for the Family by Learning® Magazine

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  68. Lindsey M11:07 PM

    I learned that they used kickstarted to fund the jr version of the game

    sweepymummy at yahoo dot com

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  69. #2 toy of the year
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    rochelle johnson

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  70. Visited and learned
    The Morphologist is the builder each round and rotates with each team. Without talking, the Morphologist must ‘morph’ the pieces into the word.


    mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

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  71. The idea for Morphology first emerged during a snowstorm in Minneapolis, MN, which is awesome because I am from Saint Paul, Minnesota, so close to home!!

    -Samantha Meyer

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  72. I learned that the Morphology products are available at Barnes & Noble bookstores.
    reejen at comcast dot net

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  73. I learned that Morphology was selected as TIME’s Top Ten Toys list as the Number 2 Toy of the Year in the fall of 2010!
    Thank You for the giveaway!

    Fiona N

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  74. I learned that if your local store doesn't carry Morphology, they have a letter that you can print off and take to the store manager explaining why they should.

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  75. I learned that they received the 2012 Teachers’ Choice Awards for the Family by Learning® Magazine.

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  76. won Time's #2 toy of the year!

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  77. I learned that they also have a regular edition of the game for adults. Morphology looks like a lot of fun!
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  78. I learned that Morphology Games launched in late fall of 2009, quickly selling out its original units and in 2010, went to the New York Toy Fair where it received two “Top New Toys of 2010” nods.

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

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  79. Creative Child Magazine’s Game of the Year for 2012
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  80. I learned that the idea for the game came up during a snowstorm in Minnesota. the game was launched in the fall of 2009.

    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  81. It won a 2012 Teacher's Choice award!
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

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  82. Danielle2:43 PM

    Over $15000 was raised to bring morphology junior to life.

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  83. I learned that the game was thought up during a snowstorm, and got it's start from Kickstarter! I think that is so amazing!

    savvylissa (at)gmail.com

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  84. won the number 2 toy of the year
    ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)com

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  85. I learned that it's won lots of awards for being a good game.

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  86. I learned that in the fall of 2010, Morphology was selected as TIME’s Top Ten Toys list as the Number 2 Toy of the Year.

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  87. Morphology Games launched in late fall of 2009

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  88. It won the 2012 Teacher's Choice award

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  89. Morphology started in fall of 2009

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  90. Sylvia11:49 PM

    I learned that they launched in 2009

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  91. I learned it was started during bad weather - kind of like tonight!
    sarahyurga@yahoo.com

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