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5 lucky winners will receive a Twirlywoos Big Red Boat Playset valued at $109.95

From the Twirlywoos Toy Box

Little fans can now lose themselves in the Twirlywoos world of silly fun and surprises, with a host of ways to play and explore as they seek new adventures and discover new things.

The Twirlywoos toy box is bursting with plush toys and playsets, all featuring the ever curious Great BigHoo, Toodloo, Chickedy and Chick, plus Peekaboo!

The pull-along Big Red Boat Playset has been cleverly designed and loaded with electronic activities for interactive fun, including character songs, teaching words, fun sounds and flashing lights. The Big Red Boat combines developmental learning with imaginative play. The side of the boat opens to reveal the iconic Fruit Tea Machine, the Twirlywoos Screen and pop-up table. Great BigHoo, Peekaboo and the Quacky Birds figurines are included and are the perfect size for little hands to grasp.

Suitable for children aged 18 months+, Twirlywoos toys are available at selected Kidstuff, Myer, Toyworld, Toys R Us and other leading toy stores.

Twirlywoos airs on ABC Kids weekdays at 11.30am.

To get to know the Twirlywoos and all their friends, play games and watch the Twirlywoos explore their world, visit www.Twirlywoos.com, or check out the latest Twirlywoos news on Facebook www.facebook.com./Twirlywoos

Please note this competition is open from 10 November 2016 until 10 December 2016 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. S. Gayton-KayVIC
  2. M. EvansNSW
  3. A. MeredithQLD
  4. M. LockettQLD
  5. K. FrazerVIC
  • He has learnt to bargain for what he wants, it’s quite amazing how his young mind works to his advantage, sometimes I can not resist to give in and it’s very amusing seeing him hard at work.


  • He has learn to dance, love watching his coordination or lack off, he enjoys any kind of music and dances according to the beat.


  • He has learnt to feed himself, it so funny to see that awkward hand coordination, a really messy situation during meal times.


  • My two year old has ‘learnt’ the moves to the Justin Timberlake Trolls song. Seriously, I would have to down a bottle of wine to dance with her confidence and gusto.


  • that she could control her toes. It was the week before her 1st birthday and it was hilarious


  • instead of laughing they say LOL – smile oddly and walk away


  • My 4 year old became very frustrated with his friend who was telling him about his male cat. He kept insisting that “If it’s a boy that means it’s a dog!” Somewhere along the line he got the idea that all dogs are boys and all cats are girls! Haha


  • My 3 year old is such a character. She loves the stage and will sing/dance her little heart out. She’s progressed impressingly with attending Speach therapy. We can finally understand her words a little clearer :-)


  • My oldest daughter learnt that the house never stays clean for long especially when you clean it yourself.


  • everytime I call him a cute little nickname he stands there and yells “I’m not ….;..(sweetie)….I’m Samuel!!!


  • My Grandson who is three loves the show RBT and wants to be a policeman. He went to see Santa last week and asked for a breathalyser for Christmas.


  • Learning how to defecate.


  • She is a copy cat for sure and has learnt some swear words we rather not have her say, but her elocution of the words is spot on and hilarious!


  • Miss 4 to me: Mum, I want to sit in the front seat of the car.
    Me: No, your too young and I’d get into trouble.
    Miss 4: Just tell the policeman I’m a “little person”.

    Bahahahahah. I just love her.


  • My daughter love her words, and recently she had a revelation that shampoo has poo in it! I didn’t even realise this, but it’s amazing what children’s minds pick up on!


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