WIN A Beaker Creatures® Whirling Wave Reactor from Learning Resources


We are massive fans of Learning Resources here. Over the years, we have featured a few items from there including the Artie 3000 Drawing and Coding Robot (still played with regularly!), Stems and the superb cash register I featured in my Christmas gift guide for kids. I know that anything I get from Learning Resources is going to be not just fun, but packed with educational value.

I’ve teamed up with the lovely people at Learning Resources to give you guys the opportunity to win a Beaker Creatures Whirling Wave Reactor, worth £16. These things are super cute, combining the latest craze of collectibles with a bit of science. Bubbling reactions will reveal which creature you have got, but you can read more about them by clicking here to head over to the Learning Resources website.

Fancy winning one? Follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below, making sure you have read all the terms and conditions first. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and conditions

  1. There is 1 prize of one Beaker Creatures® Whirling Wave Reactor worth £16 The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered

2.        Open to UK residents aged 18 and over,

3.        Closing date for entries is 9th April 2020

4.        Entrants must follow  Rafflecopter instructions

5.        The winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries

6.        The winner will be informed within 14 days of the closing date and will need to respond with a postal address within 28 days or a new winner will be chosen

7.        The winner’s name will be available on request

8.        The prize will be sent within 28 days of receiving the winner’s address

9.        This is a joint promotion between Rachel at Coffee, Cake, Kids, and Learning Resources

10.      Entry to this confirms that participants have read, understood and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions

*I haven’t received anything for posting this competition – it’s part of an ongoing relationship I have with a brand I genuinely love!

96 thoughts on “WIN A Beaker Creatures® Whirling Wave Reactor from Learning Resources”

  1. This is so cool! I love that it’s fun but there’s some science in it too. Learning should be fun.

    1. A fun educational toy which the children would enjoy :- An opportunity for playing and taking turns with the toy.

  2. My best friend’s child Harry would be super interested in this so I thought I’d try my luck -thanks!

  3. Our boys will be thrilled Thankyou Great way to learn and have fun

  4. I’m an ex science teacher and would love to reintroduce science back in a novel way to the kids.
    Fantastic prize.

  5. just what we need with the kids off school, l might have a go myself too lol

  6. I’d love to win this for my youngest grandson. He would have a lot of fun with it.

  7. My sons would be really interested in this. They all love STEM topics at school and anything like this would be a big hit with them.

  8. This would be fantastic to give the kids something educational to do at this difficult time xx

  9. This looks like so much fun! Would keep us entertained for hours

  10. This looks brilliant! I’d have loved it when I was young (probably still would, to be honest ;-))

  11. This is great. My daughters would be so overjoyed if I won.

  12. I would love to win this for my daughter, it would be a very welcome break from home schooling!!

  13. This would be perfect for my Nieces and nephews. They are all coping so well with this lock down.

  14. this looks great fun and would keep the kids entertained for a while

  15. I love the stuff from learning resources. I think anything that makes science fun is a winner. It’s hard to teach at home.

  16. I’d love to win this for my granddaughter. She has her 5th birthday later this April, so unfortunately no birthday party for her. We’ve promised her a 5 1/2 birthday party once all this chaos is over.

  17. I’d love to win this for my Grandson who would have fun with it!

  18. I always love educational toys, especially now we’re homeschooling xx

  19. I love these kinds of activities. This would be great for my science-loving nephew.

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