Win a Wuka Educational Toy for your Child

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With little kids and the lives that we live, we are always on the go. It is always good to find some great items that your child can use when you are on the go as well as when they need to be busy and quiet at the same time. A Wuka is the exact thing I was looking for. Not only is it an activity that they can do quietly, but it is also an activity that is very educational.

About Wuka:

Your Wuka is a silent, educational toy that consists of individual squares held together by a binding called a “link”. Each high quality fabric square is designed to quietly entertain children while teaching essential skills, such as buttoning, matching, and typing. After you choose the squares that match your child’s interests, you then link them together to create their own unique Wuka. A wuka can easily be updated by adding, removing, and exchanging squares as your children grown. No two wukas are the same. The Wuka works to quietly educate your child.

Their Mission:

At Wuka, they aim to help parents Quietly Educate the children in their lives. Each of their products helps develop essential life skills while quietly engaging your child’s imagination.

How it Got Started:

When Matt, the founder, was a child, his mom made him a “quiet book”. The pages The pages had buttons, zippers, ropes to braid, and colors to match.

As a parent, he looked for a quiet book butfound nothing that would work for my own, unique child. Unable to create their own, he envisioned a quiet book that he could custom build one page at a time that was safe, well designed, and high quality.

His idea has now become a reality. The Wuka is a new kind of toy that links individual pages to create an educational experience for each individual child. As your child grows, Squares can be added or exchanged to grow with them.


My Thoughts:

I received:

  • Bundled Up
  • Pack It In
  • Peek-A-Boo Bear
  • Catchin’ Critters
  • Tall, Tall, Tall
  • Doggone Cute

We have had a great deal of fun with our Wuka book. My girls love to play with the book by themselves as well as playing together. My youngest favorites are giving the dog a bone as well as the Tall, Tall, Tall. My oldest favorites are the Bundled Up and the Pack It In. I am so impressed by this awesome item. Not only is it a great activity, but I love how you can constantly change it and make it grow with your child.



If you are interested in purchasing a Wuka and making one for the child in your life, head on over to Wuka and pick out which pieces would be perfect for you.


1 Lucky winner will receive 5 squares of their choice to put their own book together.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.

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  1. Anna Pry says

    i like the catchin critters one best. my girls like bugs and nature so i think they would enjoy it

  2. Natalie S says

    The 5 pages I like are: bundled up, knot a problem, catchin’ critters, tick tock and pack it in – so cute!

  3. Vickie Couturier says

    we like the to help the grandkids learn to tell time

  4. Jessica H. says

    I love the Catchin’ Critters, Bundled Up, Knot A Problem, Tick-Tock, and Pack It In. Thank you so much for this wonderful giveaway!

  5. Tracie Brown says

    My daughter would love the tick-tock, pack it in, and the knot a problem pages ! What a great idea 🙂 Thank you

  6. I like the Peek-a-Boo Bear and Rapunzel

  7. Jenny Lloyd says

    all the pages are cute but i really love the snap-stache, knot a problem, tick-tock, pack it in and doggone cute.
    this would be perfect to have in the car when we travel this summer!

  8. I love the rapunzel toy. It’s adorable and can be used for so many games.

  9. Julie Lee says

    Love the button page and the tall tall tall page!

  10. Jeani Brickner says

    knot a problem, tick tock, and rapunzel are the ones my daughter would enjoy. she’s 4 and been asking to learn to tell time and tie her shoes. so cute. thanks for the giveaway! i really hope i do win!

  11. Jessamine D. says

    I like the Tick-Tock and the Rapunzel page. 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  12. nicole dz says

    I like the bundled up and knot a problem! These would really help in teaching the kids, especially the knot a problem one, I love these. Thanks!!

  13. D Schmidt says

    Visited and my favorite item is Pack it in, I really like the concept. Thanks for the chance to win.

  14. I like bundled up and knot a problem! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  15. Sylvia White says

    Thanks for the giveaway! I am excited. I hope I win the prize. I like the Knot a Problem

  16. I like the Doggone Cute, Tall, Tall, Tall, tick tock, pack it in, and snap-stache. Thank you for the giveaway.

  17. Debra Pauley says

    i love the tick tock clock, i think it will teach kids how to tell time easier and enjoy learning. thank so much for the chance to win the giveaway.

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