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Do you have a child aged 2-8? Take a short survey and have the chance to win a £250 voucher for Toysrus or £100 of Waybuloo toys.

(93 Posts)
carriemumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 24-Sep-09 16:32:20

Mattel are working with the CBeebies show Waybuloo and want to know more about the lives of prechool children and their activities (by preschool we mean from age 2 up to their 5th birthday).

If you have a child aged 2-8 (ie you have a preschooler or have had one in the recent past) please take a moment to fill in this short survey. Everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a prize draw - the lucky winner will win a £250 voucher for Toys R Us and the runner up will win £100 of Waybuloo toys.

Thanks and good luck
MNHQ

Heated Thu 24-Sep-09 22:35:45

done

Meglet Thu 24-Sep-09 22:41:15

done

CharCharGabor Thu 24-Sep-09 22:44:58

done

shonaspurtle Thu 24-Sep-09 22:45:22

Done.

By the way, q2 says pick up to 3 but won't let you submit unless you actually do pick 3. Which makes a bit of a nonsense of your answer if you pick the first option in the list.

StewieGriffinsMom Thu 24-Sep-09 22:45:41

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KormaNotReallyHereChameleon Thu 24-Sep-09 22:46:14

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PandaEis Thu 24-Sep-09 22:52:44

done smile

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 25-Sep-09 09:53:24

Thanks shonaspurtle for that - now corrected!

ByThePowerOfGreyskull Sat 26-Sep-09 21:42:51

done

LissyGlitter Sat 26-Sep-09 21:50:36

DD loves waybuloo. She says the little animals are her friends, which is possibly a little bit sad...

Ingles2 Sat 26-Sep-09 21:51:59

done

Doobydoo Sat 26-Sep-09 21:59:43

Done

Eyeballls Sat 26-Sep-09 22:04:25

DD is 20 months. She watches Waybuloo. Can I lie? ?

giddykipper Sat 26-Sep-09 22:05:32

done

NormaStanleyFletcher Sat 26-Sep-09 22:06:41

DD hates waybuloo. Don't know why

LatinDAISYcal Sat 26-Sep-09 22:12:40

Waybuloo is like a tranquiliser to my children. As soon as it comes on they all stop whatever they were doing and stare at the TV in a comatose fashion; all three of them, 11 months, 2 years and 7 years.

I'm not entirely convinced that is a Good Thing.

and I hate the silly giggly children's voices; sounding like they are two when the ones in the prgramme are much older hmm

Tortoise Sat 26-Sep-09 22:16:10

Done.
Never seen Waybuloo though!

NotanOtter Sat 26-Sep-09 22:20:45

done but never heard of the toys

gigglewitch Sat 26-Sep-09 22:31:07

done it.
ds1 reckons that waybuloo is what it feels like when you smell daddys beer shock

lavenderkate Sat 26-Sep-09 22:31:08

Done. Never heard of them though.

MrsBadger Sat 26-Sep-09 22:37:43

done

dd hates Waybuloo (and so do I) but to my secret shame she adores the Tatty Bumpkin yoga my mum occasionally takes her to.

LittleMissNorty Sat 26-Sep-09 22:57:37

Done. My DD loves Waybuloo (unlike me!) and gets on the floor copying all the yoga hmm

LissyGlitter Sat 26-Sep-09 22:59:34

The grammar on Waybuloo does my head in, so I try and encourage DD towards things like show me show me, but I doubt a little bit will do her any harm. The stories are all pretty morally fine.

Nyx Sat 26-Sep-09 23:25:15

Done.

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