Celebrate Lincoln Logs 100 Year Anniversary and Win a Collectible Set

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One of the earliest toys I can remember playing with as a child was my Lincoln Logs. They were invented in 1916 by John Lloyd Wright and have been keeping children’s imaginations building and growing for 100 years!

Lincoln Logs gives children the concept of classic construction, along with helping develop fine motor skills and mathematics and design. Lincoln Logs are 100% built in the USA and come in the combined package set that includes the classic wooden pieces, some plastic accessories and in different colors. This gives you the ability to design the roof and siding of your buildings.

Lincoln Logs 100 Anniversary SetLincoln Logs come in a large, sturdy aluminum canister that is easy for storage and has a colorful design on the outside. You can open the canister and smell the fresh wooden toys each and every time you play with them. They are large enough for small hands to grasp and build with. Lincoln Logs are recommended for children ages 3+. This vintage collectors edition is now available to celebrate Lincoln Logs 100th Anniversary. The collectors tin includes over 100 pieces, giving your little one hours of play and imagination time.

You can find this and many other toys available online through K’nex, Amazon and many larger retailers. Be sure to see all that K’nex has available this holiday season for those little ones on your shopping list.

***GIVEAWAY!***Lincoln Logs Giveaway

You have the opportunity to win your own Lincoln Logs 100th Anniversary Collectible Tin filled with logs and accessories.

Giveaway is open to US Only, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends on 11/26/15.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries

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  1. I love the country meadow cottage, thinking about getting it for my daughter for Christmas as she loves to build.

  2. Holly Thomas says

    I loved playing with these when I was a kid.

  3. Jennifer Rote says

    Love the Country Meadow Cottage! Wish they had girly logs when my daughter was little.

  4. Michele Behlen says

    I would like the Grand Pine Lodge.

  5. Charity Cram says

    I would like the Fort Lincoln. Thank you for the chance to win!

  6. Laurie Nykaza says

    Country Meadow Cottage is so cute the kids would play with these for hours

  7. ThePrairie Town Mine set looks nice!

  8. Aliya Thunder says

    This would be amazing to win for my kids! I grew up on lincoln logs and playing with them with my kids would bring back so many memories!

  9. Aliya Thunder says

    I would love to try the 100th Anniversary Tin! And, yes, I would personally be playing with them. 😉

  10. The Country Meadow cottage is so adorable! I love it! These were the best growing up! So happy that they still make them.

  11. I remember these when I was young. They were a little different then, but the same idea.

  12. janet aycock says

    i would love all of them they are awesome my kids had some when they were little

  13. Charlene S. says

    I’d like to try the Country Meadow Cottage, cool toys.

  14. Dorothy Boucher says

    I would love the Country Meadow Cottage for one of my granddaughters

  15. The Country Meadow Cottage is adorable!

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