Worm World from My Living World

Worm World from My Living World – giveaway

You all know that we love going on a Mini Beast adventure here and this evening I’m offering one lucky reader the chance to win a Worm World from My Living World.  Aimed at children aged 5 years and over the set comes with everything to create the perfect home for some earth worms.

Worm World from My Living World

You do need to track down your own worms or alternatively you can order some from the Interplay website.

The Worm World from My Living World comes complete with a plastic tank, cardboard shade, tunnelling materials, colour instructions and a worm ordering sheet.  It’s a great way to learn more about these unsung heroes of the garden and to watch them at work.

To enter this giveaway just complete the Rafflecopter form below – good luck! Don’t forget to visit my Giveaway page for more great prizes on offer!


Terms and conditions:

(Please note that all entries will be checked against comments for validation).

Only the first step of this form is mandatory, all other steps are optional. Only one entry per person is allowed.

This giveaway is for UK residents only.

Once a winner is randomly picked, I will check if the winner has done what was requested and I will contact them, if they do not reply within one week, the prize will be allocated to another person.

There is an option on this giveaway to join the Interplay UK mailing list.

The giveaway will close on 14th March 2016 at midnight.

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140 thoughts on “Worm World from My Living World – giveaway

  1. I love butterfly’s – (do they count as creepy crawlies?) When I was young, I used to dream about butterflies lots, I still do occasionally!

  2. I absolutely love caterpillars, they have such cute little faces when you study them closely. Strangely I have very genuine phobia of moths and butterflies though!

  3. mine and lillies fave is defo wormies, mine as they are harmless and not scary looking and hers because they make wiggly homes and its fun digging to find them

  4. If I am honest unlike my two little boys I am not a fan of mini beasts at all but if I had to pick it would be a ladybird as they seem the least threatening

  5. Woodlice are our favourite, there’s always lots to be found in our garden and the kids love handling them, making homes for them and giving them all names!

  6. id have to say Butterflies – we did the Butterfly kit last summer, and my daughter was amazed by the tiny little (ugly) catterpillars turning into beautiful butterflies, we would pick flowers for them on the way home from school x

  7. Got to love butterflies
    When things are not good, go and watch them and watch them fly and taking all your woes with them

  8. I love ants. When my children were young we had an ‘ant world’. It is fascinating to watch and see how they interact.

  9. I love the woodlouse, they are great just watch them crawl alone and when you touch them they curl up into a little ball, so well ‘made’ by nature.

  10. I like stag beetles because I used to have a nest of them in my garden when I was a child and they used to fascinate me and my brother as they have terrible tempers and had battles on our lawn x

  11. Although they can be a real pest both in our house and greenhouse ants fascinate me. They work so hard. I love watching them 🙂

  12. My favourite Mini Beasts are snails – why? I blame Dick King Smith! It was Sophie’s influence, as a child I used to find them in the garden and keep them as pets…

  13. I love caterpillars, i used to keep them in jars when i was a kid and wait for them to change into butterflies or moths and release them 🙂

  14. I like ladybirds, I think mainly because my daughter calls them AngryBirds (in all seriousness, she thinks that’s what they are called lol)

  15. I like butterflies best because I enjoy seeing them open out their wings and take a moment to bask in the sun!

  16. caterpillars and subsequently butterflies. last year we had caterpillars and watched them transform, then let the butterflies go in the garden. This was a special kit I bought.

  17. I like butterflies BUT I do not like caterpillars – I was attacked by a rare species on holiday once and ended up in the emergency room as it released a neuro-toxin into my nervous system!

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