Thursday, 8 October 2015

Earth To Luna Figurine Giveaway

Earth To Luna is a new children's series which airs on Tiny Pop (Freeview). It is mainly aimed at pre-school children aged around 2-6 and follows the adventures of a 6 year old girl, Luna, her brother Jupiter and pet ferret Clyde. Luna is passionate about science and sees the world as a giant laboratory, full of interesting things to discover and experiment with.
We love science, so anything that encourages youngsters to become excited about their world is brilliant. If it then gives them answers to vital questions such as why things happen and where they come from, that's even better in my book. Young children can learn so much from watching short TV shows, it's a great preparation for starting school and can give them an excellent base for understanding much more complicated subjects later on. My boys are getting a little old for the pre-school style of Earth To Luna, but they can still learn a lot from it, as can I!



Earth To Luna airs each day on Tiny Pop and each episode is 12 minutes long, and full of music and song as well as the storyline, so the perfect length for little ones and they will stay interested throughout. Every episode sees Luna, her brother and her ferret investigating something new about the world around them, and sometimes even further afield!

You can find out more about Earth To Luna and keep up with their news by following them on Facebook and Instagram.


To celebrate the new series of Earth To Luna coming to UK TV, Tiny Pop have very kindly offered for one of my readers a set of three gorgeous Earth To Luna figurines - Luna, Jupiter and Clyde - and they aren't even available to buy anywhere in the UK! 

To enter the giveaway please use the Gleam form below. Each entry is optional and each extra task completed will earn you extra entries into the draw. The giveaway will end at midnight Sunday November 8th. UK entries only please.

To see all of my other giveaways, please take a look at my giveaways page...

Earth To Luna Giveaway


71 comments:

  1. Why is the sky red at night sometimes!

    AShleigh

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  2. I would like them to explain and investagate Black Holes!!

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  3. Teaching children about space is awesome!

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  4. if the moon is really made of cheese :D

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  5. What happens when stars fall to earth.

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  6. which came first the chicken or the egg

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  7. Why there is so much water on our planet!

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  8. why children dont come with a mute button! ;)

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  9. Do constellations look the same no matter where you are on the planet

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  10. Why can we sometimes see the moon in the day

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  11. I would love to see them discover where the colour of the sky comes from, especially when it goes pink/purple x

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  12. What is a black hole

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  13. Why the horizon is flat but the earth is round

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  14. Where does the sun go at night?

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  15. Where does the sun go at the end of the day?

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  16. what makes all those magical colours when the northern lights aappear x

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  17. Whats in the middle of the earth

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  18. How do you get a baby to know it's nighttime and they need to sleep?

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  19. I actually know the answer to your question haha

    I'd like to know if clouds are dense enough to be touched/held/sat on

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  20. what makes the sun so strong and bright

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  21. Why can you only see the stars when it is dark??

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  22. I would like them to tell me how the fog appears and is made

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  23. I'd like to know what causes a supermoon!

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  24. I'd like to know why do kids never want to wake up for school but in the holidays wake at 5am. There has to be a scientific fact to cover this.

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  25. Why the sea is sometimes blue and sometimes brown or grey.

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  26. I'd love to see them try to save Schrodinger's Cat! ;-)

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  27. I'd ask them who decided the names of colours.

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  28. why is sand black in some countries?

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  29. Why there is so much water on our earth!

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  30. How can we stop the sea salt in the air dissolving any hope of snow we have.

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  31. Why do we have 7 days in a week, and who started that off! :-)

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  32. Why the leaves change colour and fall off the trees

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  33. Do animals know what we're thinking

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  34. What is that large red patch on the Earth seen from from Space ?

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  35. Has does the sun know when it should rise and indeed go to bed?

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  36. Why can sometimes we see the moon in the day?

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  37. Why we need teeth and why it is important to take care of them (struggling with teeth brushing in my family at the moment).

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  38. Why the stars don't fall out of the sky

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  39. Why aren't stars multicoloured, as planets are

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  40. Hi. Where i can buy these toys?

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    1. Hiya Enissabel. At the time when I posted this giveaway they weren't available in the UK, only in South America. If they still aren't here then your best bet may be to look at importing via ebay or a store abroad, but obviously you'd have to cover the postage - although it doesn't tend to be as bad as you might think. Sorry I can't be more helpful.

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