Fancy being a Little Tikes Toy Tester?

Flea

There are many good things about being a parent blogger.

Blogging gives me a creative outlet, it’s given me a career and much more in between. But I’ll let you into a secret – the single most brilliant thing about being a blogger is that you become a positive ROCK STAR to your kids, and their friends.

Flea was always the first kid in her class to see new movies and try new theme parks. She got to meet TV presenters and go on fab holidays. And most of all, she got a load of really, really cool toys.

Being a toy tester basically makes you a cross between Santa Claus and God in the eyes of your average small child. So I’m pretty excited to be teaming up with Little Tikes this month to help judge a competition to find a new generation of Tiny Tikes toy testers.

In short, Little Tikes is looking for six kids who will road test the latest new and existing Little Tikes toys, and report back on their experiences.

So Little Tikes is looking for kids who would make great toy testers, who are happy to be filmed playing with a range of great toys, and parents who are keen to be involved, and share the results on social media. There are six vacancies for children aged 0 t0 5 years old.

To be in with a chance of being selected, all you have to do is go online at the Little Tikes website, and fill in the application form to put your child forward – there’s just a week left to apply, so don’t delay! Winning families will need to be available to go to the Little Tikes Play House in Milton Keynes on October 11 for an induction day. Also, the most popular profiles will receive a bonus £50 to spend with Little Tikes.

About 

Sally is a full-time blogger and founder of the Tots100, Trips100, Foodies100 and HIBS100 communities, along with the MAD Blog Awards. She spends a bit too much time on the Internet. She's also a very happy Mum to Flea, the world's coolest ten year old.

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