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Are your potions and concoctions mixtures bubbling out of control? Do your children have appetites that a small spoon just won’t satisfy? Take this giant spoon outside to reinvigorate your messy play activities on a grand scale! We have three, worth £39.95 each, to giveaway.


Giant Spoon

Children will be thrilled with this enormous utensil, which enables them to create magical potions and inspiring recipes. This giant spoon, measuring 84cm in height, is an ideal accessory for every outdoor area. Capture children’s intrigue and delight by using this prize as an opportunity to create massive concoctions.

Will the owner be an angry giant mixing up filthy green sludge, or a beautiful princess creating her rose petal perfume?

This spoon is a true provocation for learning. Encourage the use of mathematical vocabulary by talking about larger/smaller and heavier/lighter. Improve gross motor skills by encouraging children to experiment with filling up different containers. Most importantly of all, just enjoy watching their imaginations take flight with this wonderful, new, open-ended resource.

We are giving away 3 of our Large Outdoor Wooden Spoons – worth £39.95 each –but you will need be quick! The winners will be chosen at random and the result will be published via this blog, Facebook, and on Twitter after 3pm on Friday 27th May 2016. – NOW CLOSED

Congratulations to Kirstie Stericker, Natalie H and Higham Primary School, Kent – You are all winners in our Giant Spoon Giveaway – you’ll be stirring up some wonderful concoctions very soon

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44 thoughts on “Stirring up awe and wonder”

  1. Emma Davis says:

    I would love to win a giant spoon for the children at my setting. They have been enjoying making mud pies and potions recently do this would be a very welcome addition to their play. Fantastic prize!

  2. Rachel (",) says:

    Wow! I love this! Would be a fantastic addition to my in-need-of-development outdoor area! Fingers crossed!

  3. Michelle says:

    Wow, I’ve never seen one of theses before. My daughter would love to win one

  4. Emma Elstone says:

    I would love to win these for our setting, our children love the mud kitchen!

  5. Kelly says:

    Children in my Reception class would love this! I’m sure it would be used in numerous ways with their wonderful imaginations 🙂

  6. Jon says:

    I would love to win one of these for my nursery!

  7. Caroline says:

    This would go brilliantly with our mud kitchen for the Reception children

  8. We would love this at Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield to complement our storytelling session about how spoons are made or as a part of our new parent and toddler sessions.

  9. Higham Primary School, Kent says:

    Our Butterflies class would love this in their outdoor area to accompany their mud kitchen, what a fun way to play and learn 🙂

    1. TTS Group says:

      Congratulations you are one of our winners. We will contact you directly for address details 🙂

  10. Joanne says:

    Wow that is a giant spoon – great for outdoor play and story times

  11. Kathy Blaker says:

    This would inspire so much imaginative play in our Nursery and Reception classes.

  12. I would love a giant spoon, it will be great for role play.

  13. Marina says:

    This would be a great addition to our Early Years’ outdoor mud kitchen! Supersized mudpies anyone?

  14. Kathleen Williams says:

    We are currently in the process of refreshing the garden so would be a great choice for the children 🙂

  15. Fe Fi Fo Fum! This Giants Spoon would be really great for our children in their outdoor area. we have some large tyres that they love mixing things in so this would be ideal.

  16. Messy monkeys would love to use this monster sized spoon in our gloopy gooey monster sized mess making – our monkeys have their fingers crossed!!! Thank you, Karen. Messy monkeys north Tyneside

  17. Becca Rolfe says:

    Wow, that looks amazing. I can only begin to imagine the fun with a giant spoon

  18. anna ballanger says:

    We are having a whole week on potions after half term. These would be great and would be used by nursery and reception.

  19. Hi
    The children at our settings would love these in our mud kitchen that we have just newly refurbished ??

  20. The ACE Centre says:

    Our children would be delighted to win one of these spoons for use in our mud kitchen and garden, and we think it would also make a great tool for measuring our younger children!

  21. Janet Quinn says:

    Our mud kitchen in the garden would become magical, older child with additional needs loves to play potions and cakes this would make it so much big boy fun !

  22. Nicky Sanford says:

    I love these! How original ??

  23. Marie Llewellyn says:

    Wow – that looks great, the children would love it (might like it myself too).

  24. sarah coyne says:

    My PMLD children would love this spoon we have a weekly cookery session and my children love to explore all the equipment this giant wooden spoon would be ideal.

  25. Jill says:

    This would be perfect in our mud kitchen…our children would love it!

  26. Rachael Samuels says:

    Keeping my fingers crossed, my son’s love outdoor messy play and have suddenly taken to stirring everything they can! This giant spoon would be a very welcomed addition to our outdoor play!

  27. Megan says:

    My class would absolutely love creating stories with these (and I am sure other classes will use them for Big Writes!!) xx

  28. Lynne says:

    Oh the possibilities! Creeping into the Giants castle! The tiny fairies making a magic potion! Giant mud pies! Paddling in the wooden box boats! Alice in Wonderland making a cake for the Queen! We would have so much fun!

  29. Linda Scott says:

    This Spoon is fantastic I can see it mixing up a wonderland of role play with our preschool, spoon may be bigger than our children.

  30. Katy Stirzaker says:

    Wow! My children would LOVE one of these spoons in our mud kitchen!

  31. This would be amazing in the mud kitchen at our family centre, the children and adults will love it

  32. Debbie says:

    Brilliant!! Ideal all year round from stirring those magic witches potions to cooking in a Giants kitchen. Great to inspire stories….who would have a spoon like this…… ?

  33. Christine Barry says:

    The children in my childminding setting are exploring stories with Giants in and this prize would really inspire their play activities . Would love to win !

  34. Jasmine Tooth says:

    Our school would love to win this, we’re aiming to create a much more interactive outdoor area for our Early Years.

  35. Mandi says:

    Starting my nqt year in early years this september, what better present for my new class??

  36. Natalie H says:

    Wow! A giant spoon – my children would love this. My imagination is working overtime now!

    1. TTS Group says:

      Congratulations you are one of our winners. We will contact you directly for address details 🙂

  37. Miss D says:

    Would love to win this for our environmental area. X

  38. Imagine what the kids could do with this ! We would love to win.

  39. Be my says:

    This is fanatastic our children would live this for outdoor play, at our setting xx

  40. Wow, I can just imagine the children’s faces if we had one of those for messy play!

  41. Julia Potts says:

    This would be amazing for our children – their imagination would run riot….

  42. Wendy says:

    This would be great!!