Party with SpongeBob Bikini Bottom Undersea Party Lego Set Sweeps
Half way through summer and my kids are already telling me they are “sooooo bored”. I’m sure I’m not the only mom out there with kids begging for a little hands on entertainment this summer. My kids get more than their fill of electronics and I can always tell when it’s time for them to get outside or back to the basics of hands on imaginitive play like this LEGO SpongeBob Bikini Bottom Undersea Party building playset.
My 10 year old, Squeakers, was especially excited when I placed the SpongeBob playset into her hands; she’s a SpongeBob fan through and through. Squeakers quickly began ripping the packages of 471 lego pieces open, including all the popular characters, SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Gary and Mrs. Puff , when Hubs pointed out that it would be easier if she opened the packages as she went through the instructions; with so many pieces this wasn’t the best plan of attack. Hubs graciously offered to help her sort back through the pieces, not that she had a choice; Hubs has been a lego fanatic since he was a small child.
Squeakers favourite features of the set was SpongeBob’s bed which pops up and the merry-go-round where she could spin all the characters at once. The set took a little while to put together and I thought she would lose interest but she happily played with the set until she had it completely assembled. As I watched her and Hubs put together the set, it was cute to see them partying with characters, making up party conversation and as the party went on even had a dance off between SpongeBob and Squidward. Let me tell you, Patrick the starfish can lay down one sweet beat on his DJ table.
The LEGO SpongeBob Bikini Bottom Undersea Party building playset contains 471 pieces and is recommended for children between the ages of 6 and 11. This set is action packed with all the well-loved SpongeBob characters in mini form, best friend starfish Patrick’s juice bar, Mrs. Puff’s playground madness, Squidward’s music stand and art studio and even SpongeBob’s sidekick, Gary the meowing snail; great for little hands and with moveable parts to add to the interactive fun. Mom’s know when their kids are going stir-crazy; the LEGO SpongeBob Bikini Bottom Undersea Party is the perfect building playset to occupy little hands for 30 minutes or more of somewhat quiet fun.
Nickelodeon Canada wants to help you keeping idle hands busy this summer by encouraging creative juices to flow and would love to give your child the chance to win a LEGO SpongeBob Bikini Bottom Undersea Party building playset to one lucky This Lil Piglet reader, valued at $65. Open to Canadian residents.
We are taking my grandkids to lots of beaches on the island this summer! Keeps them busy for hours and also lets them use their imaginations!
The park, the beach bike riding.
Destroying the house -> Check
Unraveling every roll of toilet paper in the house -> Check
followed closely by
Open a new large box of Kleenex and pull out every.single.keenex.
The possibilities are endless.
Thanks for making this open to Canadians.
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On windy days we fly kites. We also visit our library and have lots of our own story time. We also go for walks and bike rides.
We like making origami and other crafts to keep entertained.
playing outside in the backyard, have the pool and slip and slip out when the weather is hot. If not, reading books and playing with their toys.
We love swimming and fishing
We put the sprinkler under the trampoline; the kids could play on there all day!
We go swimming, go to park, destroy house with our imagination, and annoy other people in house, but love them very much
We are blessed to have a small water play area at our local park. It’s so awesome to be able to take the kids to cool off in it during the hot summer days in Florida.
We take walks and hike a lot..my LO is 20months..trying to find new things to do..
going to water parks,lots of camping and tons of bike riding…
I will be bring my kids to swimming lessons. Also, I will bring them to library once a week and we will go to our local community centre for programs just to keep them busy
We have been having a lot of fun swimming in the pool. It helps to keep us cool in this heat wave!
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we go to the park, read books and practicing work books and flash cards for kindergarten
I like to keep them near water, the lake, a sprinkler, a pool. Keeps them the happiest.
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We go geocaching when the weather is nice, my little one just learned how to ride his bike without training wheels so we go bike riding and when inside he plays with his Lego’s, we are new to this and loving it (me too)! It is also fun to take everything apart and sort the legos! Thanks!
We have been playing a good bit of baseball
We have a slipnslide they love it.
We go swimming and to the skateboard park.
picnic in the park
treasure hunt outside
My grandchildren attend day camp so there is swimming and a lot of activities.
Activities around town, I like them to explore their city
camping is a great way to keep them outdoors and busy
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we just stick close to home, but we did go to the stampede one day for our son’s 5th birthday, and other than that time at the park or in the back yard.
Swimming and playgrounds.
outisde fun or inside with movies or creative activites such as blocks/legos
Going to the park, swimming, flying kites but my ultimate favorite special Mommy/Son time Movie/Popcorn.
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We like to do crafts and play outdoors with the soccer ball.
The park, the beach, bike riding, play outside…
the splash pad down the street – making cookies nd lots of LEGO for when it rains
A picnic in the park, that also has a great waterpad 🙂
We love to do crafts and go to the beach.
We have lots of waterplay toys for outdoors – and Lego, playdough and crafty stuff for the rainy days.
we love to go swimming, camping, bike riding and just going on little trips!
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We have tons of outdoor toys to keep the kids busy and active in the backyard. The sprinkler is our favorite.
We like to go to the water park, playing in the sprinkler, geocaching, and playing the Wii.
I take my kids to the park, sign them up for summer camps, go to the beach and on the weekends we go for picnics and amusement parks/waterslides!
playing in the pool is a lot of fun for them!
We are going swimming, going to the park and doing crafts.
Lots of outdoor activities, visiting people, going to the mall/libraries
This summer swimming and bike rides are working to keep my son busy.
We try to go swimming at least twice a week and lots of arts and crafts!
We did some travelling already. Now it’s time to relax – go for walks, hikes, park, read, bike rides, lunches/picnics.
Road trips, movies and play.
we love to do chalk art and read books
My hubby and I create short and long scavenger hunts for the kids to complete in or yard or somtimes at the park. They love it and it’s simple.
First summer with a pool so it’s easy this year!
Swimming lessons and summer camp.
We choose a few fun things to do each day that are different. Like making tents. Or having a block day.
Reading, playing outside, games, going to the park!