Thursday, November 20, 2014

Gifts for Kids: SWEETS KENDAMAS (giveaway - CLOSED)

Sweets Kendamas

Sweets Kendamas


As soon as I mentioned the possibility of doing a holiday gift guide again this year on the blog, my son began his campaign to have me include this very cool toy. To be honest I had no clue what a kendama was. If you are similarly clueless, here it is, straight from Wikipedia: The kendama is a traditional Japanese toy consisting of a ken (sword) and tama (ball) connected by a string. The ken has three cups and a spike which fits into the hole in the ball. Basic kendama tricks consist of catching the ball in the cups and on the spike, however a huge variety of kendama tricks can be performed by juggling the ball between the cups, balancing it in various positions on the ken, balancing the ken on the ball and juggling the kendama.


My little man wanted to Instagram his kendama just as soon as he got it.

The makers of Sweets Kendamas believe that the kendama is about never giving up and learning that practice makes the impossible become not only feasible but attainable. The kendama increases focus and hand-eye coordination while building self-confidence. Visit the Sweets Kendamas online shop to see the range of cool colours and styles they offer. (I love this Rasta style kendama.) Sweets Kendamas are assembled, painted and packaged in the U.S.



The really great thing from my perspective is that my son has been spending a lot of time perfecting the art of kendama. That means less time spent hunched over his iPad.


Find It:

Web - www.sweetskendamas.com
Facebook - www.facebook.com/sweetskendamas
Twitter - @sweetskendamas



Sweets Kendamas Focus Prism



SWEETS KENDAMAS Giveaway!


The Prize - 1 Sweets Kendamas Focus Prism in the Winner's Choice of Colour
Eligibility - U.S. & Canada

Enter using the rafflecopter widget below until December 9th.

Who on your shopping list would love to have a Sweets Kendama?


a Rafflecopter giveaway



*I received product for review purposes. Thank you for supporting the awesome companies that partner with Woman in Real Life!

37 comments:

  1. My oldest son would love one of these.

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  2. My niece, Katie would love this!

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

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  3. My BFF's son would be thrilled with this toy!

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  4. My nephew would enjoy this.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  5. I would love this actually!

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  6. I would say my nephew, but would it be rude if I wanted to keep this myself?

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    1. Not rude at all! You deserve a treat too! :)

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  7. My son would have so much fun, I would love this

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  8. My daughter would enjoy one of these.

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  9. My son and my nephew would love to have a Sweets Kendama.

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  10. My granddaughter would have fun with this.

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  11. These are really cool! I think I'd keep this for myself!! Like their beanie hats too!

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  12. i think my grandson would like to give this a try.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G

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  13. my guys would really like this & it has no batteries YAY

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  14. right up my daughters alley
    jan

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  15. Leslie:
    I think my son would like it.
    leslieannstevenson@yahoo.com

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  16. I think my nephew would like it!!

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  17. I think my eleven-year-old stepdaughter would love this.

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  18. Those are so cool! I actually would have fun playing with it. :)

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  19. this is really cool! ...not sure I totally get it, and thier videos a
    gallery isnt working, but I knowmy son would TOTALLY benefit from this toy ....very neat :)

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  20. My daughter would have a blast with a kendama!

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  21. This would be perfect for my brother :)

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  22. My son son would love a new kendama

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  23. My daughters would like a Sweets Kendama.

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  24. I'm 15 and I always wanted one of these. I heard they help you with eye coordination and are fun too!

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  25. I think both of my kids would have fun with this!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  26. I think my oldest child would like this

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