Click Clack Toys Airport Starter Kit Giveaway

Click Clack Toys Airport Starter Kit Giveaway

My kids have been loving playing with their Click Clack Toys in the past few months – they’re their firm favourites! Here’s your chance to win a Win a Click Clack Toys Airport Starter Kit for your little one!

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They select materials from sustainably managed plantation timber forests and all products are made using non-toxic chemical dyes and glues. Packaging uses 100% recycled cardboard.

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  2. Giveaway closes on August 21st.
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  4. Game of skill – most creative answer will win!

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  1. Amanda S
    21st August 2016 / 11:47 pm

    Walk the kids to school. Take public transport. Use the car as little as possible. Good for the environment and for your fitness.

  2. David Crabb
    21st August 2016 / 9:56 pm

    recycle recycle recycle repeat :)

  3. nicola james
    21st August 2016 / 9:44 pm

    i compost and recycle

  4. Miss Tracy Hanson
    21st August 2016 / 9:41 pm

    Recycle as much as possible.
    When you’ve read books and watched films if you aren’t bothered about reading/seeing them again – take to the charity shops instead throwing out.
    Take any usable goods you don’t want any more to the charity shops. People will always pop in and see what they have.
    Instead of running the tap for hot water and letting it go down the drain – fill the kettle up with the cold warm.
    Buy a rain barrel or use a bucket to catch rain water to use for the garden.

  5. Lucy Chester
    21st August 2016 / 7:24 pm

    Reuse and have fun at the same time by getting the kids involved. Cut out cards to make tags for presents, decorate packaging from parcels and use as wrapping paper, use bottles to make musical toys or fill cans to make your own bowling game.

  6. Laura Scriven
    21st August 2016 / 6:23 pm

    Have the whole family on board,
    You’ll be recycling galore.
    Have them excited with making things homemade,
    It’ll also make rainy days sane!

  7. Anna
    21st August 2016 / 12:30 pm

    I have a watchful eye,
    Being aware of what I buy and reuse I can’t deny!
    My 6 year old has opened my eyes to being “GREEN”,
    Learning about the environment she is beyond keen!
    A lemon tree she did sow,
    Juicy lemons now successfully grow!
    We use the juice to clean just about everything!
    We’ve ditched all chemicals including my once dependable “White King”!!!

  8. Renee
    21st August 2016 / 10:51 am

    Just being thoughtful about everything before you put it in the bin, can it be used for something else,can someone else use It?

  9. Kelly Ryan
    21st August 2016 / 10:29 am

    I try to teach the kids to reuse, reduce and recycle. We have fun putting these principles into practice.

  10. Nicki Simpson
    21st August 2016 / 9:57 am

    We’ve tried to shop more economically with our groceries, shopping with meals in mind to prevent waste

  11. Rachel Craig
    21st August 2016 / 8:52 am

    Recycling as much as possible. Walking short distances rather than being driven there.Etc.

  12. Kathy Bowdlert
    21st August 2016 / 8:38 am

    Never buy chemical fertilizers, insecticides or pesticides, making your home and garden environment organic.

  13. Kat Glynn
    21st August 2016 / 8:38 am

    Try to eliminate as much waste as possible, and recycle as much as you can too! x

  14. Jodie Harvey
    21st August 2016 / 7:29 am

    we recycle as much as we can, never throw anything we could repair or ‘upcycle’ :)

  15. Hannah smith
    21st August 2016 / 6:41 am

    Simple and effective-Turn the lights,tv and plug sockets off when you are not using them! Thank you x

  16. Shannon Mostert
    21st August 2016 / 6:27 am

    Put a bucket in the shower to catch the water while its heating up. Use this water to flush the toilet.

  17. Natalie Crossan
    21st August 2016 / 5:56 am

    keep recycling xx

  18. holly walker
    21st August 2016 / 4:11 am

    buy second hand and then sell on…reuse reuse reuse

  19. Hollie Newton
    21st August 2016 / 12:52 am

    Collect rainwater to water the plants

  20. Elisabeth Martins
    20th August 2016 / 11:37 pm

    In our family,
    we aim to only buy food we can recycle,
    and we compost our left overs.

  21. Karen Barrett
    20th August 2016 / 10:05 pm

    Go to your local market and buy fresh fruit and veg without wrappers, I always take my old Domestic Science basket.

  22. Crystal williams
    20th August 2016 / 8:59 pm

    Recycle properly and walk as much as possible instead of using the car.

  23. Tee simpson
    20th August 2016 / 6:56 pm

    Teach the kids to put rubbish in the bin! It amazes me how many kids and adults drop litter

  24. Alicia
    20th August 2016 / 6:36 pm

    Becoming more aware of recycling – I found we could be recycling much more than we do, and thinking outside the box like printer cartridges in designated drop boxes etc.

  25. A.E. ADKINS
    20th August 2016 / 6:18 pm

    Cycle, upcycle & recycle!

  26. Kelly Ellen Hirst
    20th August 2016 / 6:15 pm

    Re use as much as you can – for example keep padded envelopes you receive and use them again

  27. Sharon M
    20th August 2016 / 5:41 pm

    We raise free range hens, they receive all our scraps, we receive beautiful eggs. Our dogs eat home made bulk food. Our children eat vegetables grown from the garden, not packaged or tinned. We ride our bikes as much as possible to save fuel and reduce emissions. We are outside in the garden more than we are inside the house, therefore saving power and our brains from crazy screens!!! We are lucky to live in this world and we need to be thankful and nurture it :)

  28. Kerryanne bourke
    20th August 2016 / 2:14 pm

    We do a lot of baking and cooking from scratch to reduce packaging the kids also take “nude food” to school everyday which is all home made!

  29. Adrian Bold
    20th August 2016 / 9:43 am

    Walk instead of taking the car on smaller journeys. You’ll not only save money & cut down on emissions etc – but you’ll also get a little healthier.

  30. tracy sinclair
    20th August 2016 / 8:12 am

    Try and buy foods, household products etc with recycle packaging if you can and be sure to put it in the recycle bin x

  31. Jade Hewlett
    20th August 2016 / 4:23 am

    My best tip to being environmentally friendly is to work as a team and encourage the rest of the family to join in and be taught the importance. It’s hard to be efficient when trying to help the environment alone and everyone else is doing the opposite to yourself. We always try to recycle what we can, turn the lights and plugs, electricals off when not in use, not keeping taps running, reusing bags and what we can and trying not to buy / make more food than we need.

  32. Jayne Kelsall
    20th August 2016 / 3:08 am

    En sure you recycle everything that you can ans re-use plastic bags as many times as possible .x

  33. Tracey Woods
    19th August 2016 / 9:13 pm

    Recycle as mush as possible

  34. Victoria Prince
    19th August 2016 / 8:49 pm

    Don’t leave the tap running when cleaning your teeth! And of course recycle and reuse as much as possible

  35. Debi Newman
    19th August 2016 / 5:48 pm

    Recycle as much as you can x

  36. Sally Collingwood
    19th August 2016 / 5:19 pm

    Recycle everything, no matter how insignificant it seems.

  37. Jacoba Evans
    19th August 2016 / 4:32 pm

    A large water tank to water the garden, especially in summer. It has been a great investment in money terms as well as a great investment environmentally.

  38. Rosemarie De Bari
    19th August 2016 / 2:41 pm

    Hitting up the op-shop whenever you need anything new in the home – it’s worth a try, and there is so much great stuff in there! Think of all the packaging and transport miles that are avoided when you buy preloved.

  39. krystal p
    19th August 2016 / 2:15 pm

    Use a shower timer for the kids, they love beating the clock to soap up and rise off. It has become a great game in our house, a great money saver on water bill and a great saver on the environment.

  40. Samantha walker
    19th August 2016 / 6:22 am

    We always try to recycle as much as possibly and take showers rather than baths to save water!

  41. Laura Pritchard
    19th August 2016 / 1:56 am

    I try to recycle everything as best I can.

  42. Kirsty Hosty
    19th August 2016 / 12:04 am

    Recycle as much as possible and bring old furniture to life or into a new project before throwing away

    18th August 2016 / 7:29 pm

    Fill a glass up with water when brushing teeth , do not leave water running.

  44. Teena L
    18th August 2016 / 12:18 pm

    Before we throw anything out we always look to see if there is another use for it first, keeps the kids thinking and they come up with some great ideas :)

  45. Laura Harrison
    18th August 2016 / 1:37 am

    Recycle as much household waste as you can xxx

    17th August 2016 / 7:24 pm

    We just try and recycle as much as possible

  47. Charissa N
    17th August 2016 / 7:48 am

    Switching off electrical items or lights when not in use, investing in products that are energy efficient, using solar power etc. Energy is such a huge drain on our resources, especially because we are still using coal to produce the bulk of it. Comes with a bonus though… you save money on electricity bills!

  48. Cassandra Mayers
    17th August 2016 / 2:02 am

    Try to re use things as much as you can. Bags, Tubs.. Etc

  49. Lauren Dean
    16th August 2016 / 2:00 pm

    Bringing our own cloth bags to the Supermarket and buying environment friendly food packaging items.

  50. Cate
    15th August 2016 / 3:29 pm

    Teach your children what it is to be Environmentally friendly, and they will ‘remind’ you (and everyone else in the family) all the time! My son who is 5 was taught at preschool how to be a ‘tap monitor’ (checking taps are turned off and that people only turn the tap on when needed). He also loves being the ‘energy monitor’ (ensuring lights are turned off when no one is in the room and that appliances are turned off at the wall) and the ‘bin monitor’ (making sure everyone recycles and reuses as much as possible). He then came home and allocated each of us one of the roles!

  51. Emma Puszkar
    14th August 2016 / 7:43 pm

    We ask ourselves, do we need to buy it… Or can we make it at home?

  52. Tess Howard
    14th August 2016 / 10:39 am

    Our best (and most fun) example of being environmentally friendly was joining our local toy library. Children get to experience new toys, we can swap them and its also economical. Win win!

  53. Alicia Bardsley
    14th August 2016 / 9:53 am

    Lots of little gestures make big ones. Especially if your kids see you doing it. We need to train the next generation.

  54. Rich Tyler
    13th August 2016 / 11:00 am

    Think of others before you do

  55. lynn neal
    13th August 2016 / 8:24 am

    We recycle lots of things by using them in the garden!

  56. Sheri Darby
    13th August 2016 / 6:57 am

    Walk or use public transport

  57. sarah
    12th August 2016 / 9:18 pm

    Leading by example, and explaining why im doing what I’m doing and why it’s important. We recycle, set time limits on the shower, and are currently looking into setting up a composte bin.

  58. Bethany Perks
    12th August 2016 / 8:42 am

    We Recycle everything we can and compost

  59. Anna T
    12th August 2016 / 6:37 am

    Recycle, recycle, recycle

  60. Jemma Dwyer
    12th August 2016 / 1:19 am

    Recycling everything :)

  61. Sacha Pech
    10th August 2016 / 12:10 pm

    I make my own cleaning products which are far nicer to our bodies and the environment (and just as effective). ie – a few drops of oil of cloves mixed in spray bottle with water is a fantastic mould killer.

  62. rebecca smith
    9th August 2016 / 10:00 pm

    recycle everything possible and walk instead of drive when you can

  63. Danielle Cresswell
    9th August 2016 / 2:50 am

    If we have the paddling pool out I use the water afterwards for watering the plants x

  64. Belinda Moxey
    8th August 2016 / 4:21 pm

    Try to waste as little fresh fruit and veg as possible, scraps can be fed to the worms or used as compost, store items correctly to save wilting and wilted items can still be used for cooking.
    Don’t forget that a lot of fruit and veg can be frozen so before tossing them out, freeze them and save them for a later date

  65. Sharon Markwell
    8th August 2016 / 9:57 am

    I’m fanatical about protecting our environment and take along a carry bag with me when walking my dog to pick up other people’s garbage.

  66. kim neville
    7th August 2016 / 11:08 pm

    We recycle as much as we can and give clothes/toys etc we don’t want to charity

  67. Shannon Wotton
    7th August 2016 / 5:55 pm

    I try to re-use and recycle as often as possible, use environmentally friendly household products, save water where possible and most importantly, educate my kids about being environmentally conscious so that they have the knowledge and good habits to look after our planet in the future. When it comes to the environment, even little changes can make a big difference!

  68. Melinda
    7th August 2016 / 8:57 am

    We compost as much as we can. The kids love taking the scraps out to the compost and finding worms (me … not so much!) :P

  69. Annie G
    7th August 2016 / 7:49 am

    Re-use, recycle, turn off lights not in use, rug up rather than overuse heating, put extra kettle/jug boiled water into a vacuum flask to use later for rinsing etc., frequent OP shops when new purchases are required then everyone is a winner.

  70. Kimberley Ryan
    6th August 2016 / 10:45 pm

    Recycle most you can, donate/upcycle, and try to buy environmentally friendly products

  71. Aaron Broad
    6th August 2016 / 9:08 pm

    Try not to cause a nuclear reactor meltdown in sector 8e

  72. Angela McDonald
    5th August 2016 / 9:06 am

    Simply to try to recycle at every opportunity!

  73. Meghan
    4th August 2016 / 6:26 am

    Definitely recycle a lot!

  74. Cara Bemrose-williams
    4th August 2016 / 5:44 am

    Start a compost heap to recycle all your kitchen waste

  75. Maria P
    3rd August 2016 / 2:10 pm

    Don’t buy products that come in too much packaging! Most of the time only one layer is necessary, if that!

  76. Anna M
    3rd August 2016 / 8:10 am

    A great way to protect goods when sending a parcel within your own country is to use air popped pop corn instead of bubble wrap. Once the parcel has been received the pop corn can be put into the compost heap instead of a product that needs to go into landfill.

  77. Michaela Hannah
    2nd August 2016 / 3:04 pm

    Read up on recycling and get to know what you can and can’t

  78. Lucia Saal
    1st August 2016 / 4:35 pm

    I try to reduce, reuse and recycle 90% of the time!

  79. Jessica Ashbrooke
    1st August 2016 / 3:14 pm

    I try to buy much more fresh instead of packaged goods

  80. Solange
    31st July 2016 / 11:30 am

    Recycle as much as possible.

  81. Dagmar
    31st July 2016 / 11:05 am

    we recycle and reuse as much as we can!

  82. carly
    31st July 2016 / 11:03 am

    i try to upcycle what i can and reduce the amount of un-needed packaging that i buy

  83. Jody Smith
    31st July 2016 / 10:38 am

    Recycle toys betweens friends and neighbours.

  84. Tracy Wedding
    31st July 2016 / 8:23 am

    I recycle everything I can my family think its not worth it but I will continue

  85. richell lever
    31st July 2016 / 7:48 am

    I get my milk in glass bottles from the milkman, so they are reused

  86. Monica Gilbert
    31st July 2016 / 7:08 am

    I like reusing fabric and craft supplies to make presents for my daughter.

  87. mikaela C
    30th July 2016 / 9:31 pm

    recycle everything you can

  88. Heather Hopley
    30th July 2016 / 7:30 pm

    Being mindful of what you do and the possible effects on the environment. Apart from recycle and reuse , I try to minimise waste. We use our grey water on our lawns and gardens. We have solar power and heating.

  89. Carolsue
    30th July 2016 / 5:34 pm

    Recycling and cutting the time down that you spend in the shower

  90. Maree Wood
    30th July 2016 / 3:48 pm

    I’m an avid recycler, I usually have more recycle rubbish than my bin can hold, luckily my neighbor lets me fill up his bin too!

  91. sapna
    30th July 2016 / 12:44 pm

    kids learn by watching parents – so try to make small changes on regular basis so that kids can learn the importance of taking care of our environment. for example – buy things with minimum packaging and reuse/repurpose the things as much as possible.

  92. claire griffiths
    30th July 2016 / 9:35 am

    recycle everything you possibly can

  93. Jenny
    30th July 2016 / 6:43 am

    Saving any left over food and eating the following day

  94. Clare Hubbard
    30th July 2016 / 3:57 am

    We recycle everything we can and try not to waste any food

  95. Leanne V McKenna
    29th July 2016 / 5:25 am

    We use hot water to kill weeds in the garden and scrape/dig them out rather than using chemical killers

  96. fozia Akhtar
    29th July 2016 / 3:58 am

    Recycle when you can

  97. jody buhagiar
    28th July 2016 / 11:04 pm

    As a family we do the three R.s Everyone gets involved and teaching my children , hopefully it will get passed to the next generation.

  98. Ray Dodds
    28th July 2016 / 8:52 pm

    Recycle recycle recycle

  99. janine atkin
    28th July 2016 / 7:51 pm

    recycle and reuse

  100. Ruth Harwood
    28th July 2016 / 7:03 pm

    I drive a hybrid car. I wanted an electric, but had nowhere to put the charging point as we live in a block of maisonettes, so it was the most environmentally friendly way I could make it!

  101. Anthea Cornish
    28th July 2016 / 5:43 pm

    reuse, reuse, reuse…everything from wrapping paper, gift bags,unwanted gifts to old clothing, manchester and books. Everything can have a second life.It just takes a bit of thought.

  102. Amanda
    28th July 2016 / 5:10 pm

    Live by The 3 R’s mantra…..Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

  103. Karina L
    28th July 2016 / 4:23 pm

    We don’t waste food in this house! Everything gets eaten and any leftovers are kept in the fridge.

  104. christine morris
    28th July 2016 / 10:52 am

    Recycling is always important and also make sure to add suitable scraps to your worm Farm for compost, :)

  105. Susan Smith
    28th July 2016 / 7:04 am

    Recycle everything you can

  106. maria blythin
    28th July 2016 / 6:08 am

    recycle as much as you can x

  107. Vivien Baird
    28th July 2016 / 4:46 am

    Recycle,as much as possible and get the children to help

  108. Heather S
    28th July 2016 / 4:36 am

    Do not buy plastic water bottles….period.

  109. jessica woods
    28th July 2016 / 4:10 am

    Put down the technology and enjoy some outdoor fun

  110. Anthony Harrington
    28th July 2016 / 2:45 am

    recycle and upcycle as much as possible and have all lighting on dimmer switches

  111. Jodie Holyoake
    28th July 2016 / 1:55 am

    Using any leftovers from dinner for lunch the next day to reduce food waste!

  112. Kim Styles
    28th July 2016 / 1:14 am

    buy products with as little packaging as possible and reuse all packing you do have

  113. amy fidler
    27th July 2016 / 11:02 pm

    i walk as much as i can,and i buy loose fresh fruit and veg x

  114. Elizabeth Hinds
    27th July 2016 / 9:15 pm

    Don’t overbuy – we do this so much in our society and most of the time it’s completely unnecessary :)

  115. Kasey Evans
    27th July 2016 / 8:25 pm

    Help the environment by buying products that you can recycle.

  116. iain maciver
    27th July 2016 / 7:59 pm

    recycle as much as you can

  117. Ern
    27th July 2016 / 5:26 pm

    Recycle, revamp and reuse absolutely everything you can. You’re only limited by your imagination, the possibilities are endless. Great for the environment, and your hip pocket too.

  118. Toni Chapman
    27th July 2016 / 5:07 pm

    Have you noticed how many ads there are for household sprays, air fresheners, cleaning products, room scents etc? A lot of these contain strong chemicals and phthalates and aren’t necessary. There are cleaner alternatives available. I also try to avoid excess packaging. Some products use larger boxes and packaging than necessary.

  119. Rebecca Cusick
    27th July 2016 / 4:49 pm

    Recycling properly!

  120. Laura Bryant
    27th July 2016 / 4:41 pm

    Saving any left over food and use the following day where possible

  121. Tracy Nixon
    27th July 2016 / 3:09 pm

    Taking a shower instead of a bath saves water and also you don’t need to run the tap whist brushing your teeth.

  122. Paula Harris
    27th July 2016 / 2:59 pm

    Washing the car while its parked on the front lawn, with a bucket of water (no hose) and recycling the washing machine water for my pot plants

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