Laser Pegs Toy Company Holding Bi-Monthly Giveaway for Schools and Special Education Programs

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Laser Pegs, the ultimate toy for kids, is giving away products to two lucky Facebook fans’ choice of school or special education program per month starting this week.

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The popular and trendy toy company Laser Pegs is rolling out a new social media campaign where they will give away toy kits to special education programs or elementary schools. The giveaway will take place on the company's Facebook page, allowing fans to enter the name of their choice of school or program to receive the free kits. Two winners will be chosen each month. The giveaway starts this week and will continue through the spring months.

Laser Pegs, who was just put in the category for Best Of Show at Toy Fair 2013, received an AblePlay rating of four out of five stars in the categories of cognitive, sensory and communicative, and three stars in the physical category. AblePlay is an online resource that provides comprehensive research, ratings and reviews on toys and products that are a good fit for children of all abilities.

Building the Laser Pegs construction toys helps develop and refine motor skills such as pincer grasp, helping children to develop the skills necessary for daily living. The lights in the Laser Pegs provide immediate positive reinforcement for a child’s action. The child will know if he or she successfully completed an action when the light comes on. The benefits for children of all abilities are endless.

To enter, participants must become a fan of the Laser Pegs Facebook page and fill out the entry form. Along with the product, the winning programs will also receive a list of suggested play and adaption ideas, a list of features and benefits, and a list of the developmental process promoted with Laser Pegs.

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Laser Pegs® is the world's first toy construction set that uses low voltage current to light up when pieces are connected. The toys teach kids creative, abstract thinking, problem solving skills, math skills, pattern recognition and improved hand/eye coordination. Laser Pegs’ virtual construction iPad app allows children to create models in 3D, share manuals and play games. To learn more, visit http://www.laserpegs.com

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