Thursday, December 16, 2010

Play’n Go Recycle Truck–Mega Blocks

After seeking new companies for opportunities to review their products, I got a positive answer from Imports Dragon.  I have received in fact a variety of products from this toy distributor as well as giveaways.


Mega Bloks is introducing your kids to recycling.   In the 21st century, we need to be more aware of how we can help our planet and it is never too early to introduce our kids to the importance of recycling.

With this cute little toy, you child – whether a boy or a girl – will build, rebuild and recyle.

  The truck itself rolls and bring the recycling product in and a 2-in-1 station is also included.    

I particularly like the little dog and the variety of recycling blocks included in this set.   The colors are bright and will definitively be attractive to a child.  I am quite impressed with the quality of the product and the sturdiness of the toy.   It is a toy geared for children ages one and up.


Imports Dragons is giving one of my readers a Play,N Go Recycle Truck from mega Blocks. 

To get a chance to win these please tell me how your family is involved in the recycling of what you have at home.  If our house, we recycle bottles and cans, paper products as well as the food.  We also have an habit of visiting second hand stores for clothing before we go out to buy something at a store.   How is your family doing with recycling?  Let me know.

Open to Canadians only!

Contest closes on December 21st.

Disclaimer: Thanks to Imports Dragon for sending me the featured products for review purpose. I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that the review was not influenced by the Sponsor in any way.  All opinions expressed here are only my own.


  1. We love to recycle by keeping items for crafts. We use our old magazines, toilet paper tubes, and egg cartons for simple crafts.

  2. Forgot to add my email address

    trisha dot davis at gmail dot com

  3. I shop at a local consignment store for kids in town and accept hand-me-down clothing from friends. We recycle everything (paper, plastic, organic) in our home including food wastage in the new green bins that the city provided us this year. Recycling goes from egg shells right down to tea bags (removing the staples first ofcourse!) We also save shopping bags to reuse or line garbage bins in the house.

    debbie dot jiang at rogers dot com

  4. We do the standard recycling that our city encourages, but we also have a two part garbage can in the bathroom to help with recycling upstairs as too many recyclables were just being thrown away up there. Now shampoo bottles and toilet paper rolls can be kept out of the garbage. Another way is that we use compressed woodchip logs for heating our house. They are made from the scraps that can't be used for much else.

    julia dot driedger at gmail dot com

  5. Our youngest two sort the newspaper from all of the other paper goods, our middle son washes all of the glass jars, cans etc & our eldest son sorts and is responsible for getting the recycling to the curb. We are embarking on a compost bin in the spring but we have to find out more about making it bear proof!

  6. Love garage sales, value village, salvation army + local hospital thrift shop!

  7. We usually use alot of our recyclable products in little craft projects :)

    elliott_gyal at hotmail dot com

  8. We love to reuse at my house. My boys can find a use for anything. We also recycle our cans and bottles.


  9. The winner is Tooth Fairy.

    SHe has 24 hours to get back to me with her mailing address!