Giveaway: BIG Box of 400+ Wikki Stix, Great for preschool projects!

Ticia of Adventures in Mommydom, you are our winner!   Congratulations.   I will email you to confirm your email and send it off to the Wikki Stix creators!!!   Enjoy crafting!   We’d love to see how you use these in your family if you ever write a blog post or care to send photos!!!

Earlier this week I wrote a post about how my experience making knock-off Wikki Stix went.   I love the finished product, I think they are a great resource and manipulative for my preschoolers to learn from, that said it was a ton of work to make them!   Wikki Stix has graciously offered to spare one of you a wax covered kitchen!   They are offering a BIG Box of Wikki Stix to one of the people who leaves a comment.

These stix can be used for a ton of different projects.   We have used ours to trace letters (post coming soon) and as a boundary to help my kiddos realize where the lines are so they can gain fine motor skills.   It has helped them draw inside the lines. They have dozens of activities and potential uses for these waxy sticks on their site, ranging from molding 3D aliens, to mapping mountains and rivers on the North American continent, to playing connect the dots.   Wikki Stix has several workbooks and free printables to help facilitate your preschooler and elementary child’s learning fun.

What you will win:

To Win:

  • Visit Wikki Stix and tell me how you think you will use these in your home or classroom (and leave a comment here telling me you did!)
  • Fan Quirky Momma on Facebook!!!
  • Share this giveaway in a blog post, via twitter, on a forum, where ever just be sure to come back and tell us about it!

Winner will be chosen next Thursday by a random number generator!

Quirky Momma does receive some sort of compensation for the majority of their giveaways.


  1. I would use them to amuse my toddler triplets!! These things look super fun and the kids will have to fight me for them I am afraid haha

  2. ps I am a facebook fan and follower 🙂

  3. Okay my kids would love those not just my preschooler. We could have all kinds of fun! My kids LOVE things that like that. So I think I should win. hehe
    .-= Brandie´s last blog ..Letters of Intent =-.

  4. Wow! These are really cool! I saw on the website that they sell little packs to restaurants for them to pass out instead of crayons. How cool is that?! Anyway, that gave me the idea that these would be great to make your own little travel size packs for restaurants, car, doctor’s office, grocery store carts, or anywhere you need your child to sit and be quiet without making a mess! 😉 I know my two preschool girls would LOVE them!
    .-= Michaella Johnson´s last blog ..News from the Adoption Front =-.

  5. This would be great to entertain my 4 and 5 year old. They love pipe cleaners but these would be so much better.

  6. Maureen Ruble says:

    I would use Wikki Stix for homeschooling my three preschoolers. I would encourage them to manipulate letters and numbers and then free time for imaginative creations. Neat!

  7. I would use them to allow my little guy to make art on the walls.

  8. Rachel C. says:

    My 4 year old has been asking for these since she saw a commercial for them! She and her sister would love to use these for practicing letters and numbers.

  9. My daughter really really wants some of these. On the website I liked the idea of learning fractions with them! My daughter will want to make art with them. Great giveaway -thanks.

  10. My little boy would love these. I can envision many spaceships built with these,

  11. Katie Boelema says:

    These would be awesome to use in my classroom, I teach ESL, and the sticks would be so useful to use, all sorts of uses-letters, numbers, shapes, animals, they are awesome!

  12. They would be great to keep my preschooler busy when we are waiting somewhere (restaurant, doctor’s office, etc) and I would also use them to create pictures and letters and numbers. When she is older they will be good to do things like the digestive system like it showed on the website. I remember having wikki stix when I was a kid and I loved them.
    .-= Julie´s last blog ..Fetching Games =-.

  13. molomatic says:

    I’d use these to help my daughter learn her letters! I heard these are great for that! Thanks.

  14. I write an arts blog and I have two sectioned “Farts and Crafts” and “Art Education” where I would feature the creations my little ones make out of wikki stix- I could see us using these with some of the recycled materials I collect. They would make a great ‘sticking’ agent.
    .-= Lady Ren J´s last blog ..The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao =-.

  15. I would use these for travel and in my 3 year old preschool class! 🙂 I have 10 students.

    I like the idea of letting them stick on windows or a mirror, or letting the kids make letters or shapes, maybe on their individual dry erase boards.
    .-= Can Can (Mom Most Traveled)´s last blog ..Sightseeing in Ho Chi Minh City =-.

  16. I like the idea you had in your post about using them to show where to write. My kids when left to no guidance tend to write all over the whole page.
    That and I’ve seen some cool ideas in the blog-o-sphere of using them for letters and such stuff with the wikki stix idea books.
    .-= Ticia´s last blog ..What we’ve been reading this week: farm =-.

  17. I work in early intervention with kids under 3 who have developmental delays. These would be great to use with them! juliesweeps at
    .-= Julie´s last blog ..Fast Cars and Guns, Oh my! =-.

  18. Those are so neat, I’ve never heard of them before, but would love to try them . . . I would use them to teach my little one shapes and colours . . .

    I am also a FB fan . . .

  19. I think its a great toy for kids to use their imagination with

  20. I am a FB fan

  21. These would be great for letting my toddler craft and for teaching him basic things like letters and numbers 🙂

  22. Also, I fanned you on facebook 🙂

  23. We are homeschoolers and would use them for arts and crafts and also for learning letters and numbers

  24. these would come in handy when teaching kindergarten sunday school

  25. melissa n. says:

    i’d give them to my sister to keep her two kids entertained 🙂

  26. Wikki Sticks….so cool! The sky is the limit. With a little imagination me and my nieces and nephews could have days of fun! These Wikki Sticks will keep me in the “cool” aunt category.

  27. My kiddos would love to make crafts with these…PLUS NO MESS 🙂 Love it!

  28. I loved the Restaurant Packs on the site. I would use some of these in a ‘modified’ restaurant pack. Beyond that, my preschooler & I would use to work on letter recognition. My elementary aged child and I can work on all those things where he’s supposed to glue yarn to paper. His dexterity isn’t up to normal standards yet so this would help him complete the task without the tears. Beyond that–he and the oldest would craft their hearts out.

  29. Wikki stix are a great tool to use with children of all ages! They are great to use when learning letters/letter recognition, writing sight words, fine motor practice, and practicing shapes/numbers. Wikki stix are also great for art projects. The possibilities are endless!

  30. I’m a fan on facebook!

  31. I was thinking of using them to make letters, but after looking at the kids gallery, I am inspired – so many creative uses for them!

  32. These look so fun! I’d let my son have fun with these creating anything he’d like, my daughter is learning her letters and I’d use these to help her to learn her letters. We could shape the letters together for multisensory learning.

  33. I became a fan on FB

  34. Both of my kids are really creative and love craft projects of any kind. i think they would both have fun with these, using their imaginations to create anything they could could possibly imagine. Thanks for the chance to win!
    .-= tree´s last blog ..My first giveaway! =-.

  35. omigosh, i love wikki stix. my daughter and i make stuff out of them all the time. last time i made her a bear. she likes to twist them up into a mom and day and herself. then she plays pretend with them.

    i would use them for making stuff with her at home

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