RIGAMAJIG – Review and Giveaway

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Rigamajig was developed in 2011 by Cas Holman for Friends of the High Line in collaboration with early learning educators, woodworkers, and children. It was launched in New York City’s High Line Park as the High Line Children’s Workyard Kit and reflects the park’s industrial history, simple, honest materiality, and the organization’s dedication to creating meaningful play opportunities for children and families.

Rigamajig Jr. is a wonderful collection of wooden planks, shapes, wheels, a pulley, ropes, nuts, and bolts.  Valued at $350 and coming with 160 pieces, it’s 1/2” thick Baltic Birch Planks range from 6” – 22” make it large enough to make things to play inside of, but small and light enough to play on a table top.  The quality is top notch and would stand up to even the roughest of builders/players.  It arrives in a nicely made, durable canvas bag that is perfect for storage and neat freaks like us.

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We love the open ended opportunities of this product.  It allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional strength.  These are all important components of healthy brain development.  It offered ample opportunities for our children and our preschool children to problem solve and collaborate.

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We highly recommend this building kit!  This is on of the best products we’ve ever reviewed.  You should definitely bring Rigamajig into your home – especially if you have children who love to build and construct.  Please check out their WEB SITE and FACEBOOK page for more.

To enter the giveaway please click on the widget below.

This giveaway is open to Continental US Residents only and is no way associated with Facebook.  Winner will be announced Saturday June 3rd.

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215 Responses to RIGAMAJIG – Review and Giveaway

  1. Christy Ford says:

    I would LOVE to try this out with my 2,4, and 6 year old children. I also teach kindergarten and my class would be all over this!

  2. Andrew Whelton says:

    My boys 3 and 5 would love this. They are building with blocks and sticks and anything else they can use regularly!

  3. Natasha says:

    These look amazing-my kids would design some really imaginative things with these. Thanks for the introduction to them!

  4. Lena smolinsky says:

    We would love to win! My 6 year old loves to build and has a great imagination. My 2 year old would join the fun :-)

  5. Wendy Butera says:

    My 8, 5, and 1 year olds would love this set! It looks like so much fun! Love how much creativity this set allows for. Thanks for the amazing opportunity!

  6. Kim says:

    My twin boys are 7 years old and would have so much fun with this. They both love to build and create and tinker!

  7. Anne says:

    This would be a fantastic activity for all ages of my grandchildren. The 7&8 year olds can take the leadership role for the 3-5 year olds! They can make something new each time they come to my house. This would add to my points as a grandma th have this to play with at my home.

  8. Kelli Wood says:

    Ages, 6,6,7,7 and 10 would be enjoying it along with any neighborhood kids or friend that came to play!

  9. Angela says:

    What an awesome product! I can see a lot of applications for play learning and special education classroom.

  10. Alana McKinney says:

    My 7 and 3 year old sons would love this. Truthfully, this would be an awesome activity for my husband and sons to do together.

  11. Heidi R says:

    My almost 4 year old would eat this up! He is always building and taking things apart to see how they work.

  12. Brittany says:

    My 5 year old would absolutely love this set!! He is always building and tinkering with things around the house.

  13. Heather says:

    My 6 year old is a future engineer. He would love this! And I’m sure his 4 year old sister would join in the fun too (and little brother when he’s old enough).

  14. Sara S says:

    My 4.5 year old would love this and it would be so fun to take and share with her preschool class. I am sure my 1.5 year old would find a way to enjoy it too!

  15. Krista Wenner says:

    I’ll be teaching first and second graders next year and they would DEFINITELY love these! Heck, my second and third graders this year would have loved them.

  16. Renata says:

    This is one of the nicest wood toys I’ve come across in a long time. Love how open ended it is. Would be great to see what my 6 and 7 year old would make with it!

  17. Angie Michalik says:

    My 5b and 3g will absolutely love this set. They play with magnatiles, zoob and bro building sets daily. I’m always looking for other open end construction toys.

  18. Beth Paxton Goudge says:

    Wow! What incredible learning opportunity for children. I would love the chance to see my grandchildren and students in my class create and invent with these tools. Play is powerful. Thank you for sharing.

  19. Medea Jones says:

    My kindergarten class would love this! They love building! My 3 year old would also play with these during the summer. Open ended toys are the best! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  20. Jennifer R. says:

    This looks like a great invention, it would be nice if there were a way to make it more affordable, though.

  21. Brandi Sorensen says:

    This looks awesome!!! I would love to win and share the fun with my girls and also my daycare kids :)

  22. Melissa Stanley says:

    This looks so amazing! My kids are almost 7, 4 and 2. Plus I babysit kids ages 1, 3, 7, 8, 9 and 11! So many kids would love on this here and I would love to see how different they would all use it!

  23. Jess Lavoie says:

    My 6 year old would enjoy this and I think it’d be a toy she could use for several years to come!

  24. mindi spenner says:

    I love these! I saw them at a NAEYC convention years ago and have wanted a set ever since! such a great product.

  25. Rebekah Lassen says:

    I would love to share this with my 4 and 7 year old daughters! I also teach in a Reggio preschool, and my students would love this as well! Thanks for hosting such an awesome giveaway!

  26. Christina F. says:

    My Iggy-Peck-Architect-and-Rosie-Revere-Engineer-loving rising first-grader (5 yo) would be enjoying the Rigamajig over the summer!

  27. April Stewart says:

    My 6 and 3 year olds would LOVE this! They’re currently making due with dollar store jump ropes, left over wood, and anything else they can find around the house or at the park. This would give them so many more options and I wouldn’t mind having it inside!

  28. Rachel K. says:

    This looks like SO much fun. I mean, for the kids, right, yes, fun for the kids. I mean admitting that I, at 40, want to play… Yup, I’ll admit it! This looks like SO much fun for everyone!!!

  29. chava says:

    My kids are 4 and 6, and I also teach kids in the same age range and would probably want to figure out how to share the fun all around!

  30. Esther Goldfinger says:

    My 8 and almost 6 year old would love this! It would also be a hit amongst their friends and cousins!

  31. Kelly J says:

    Oh MY goodness! I saw Rigamajig last year on FB and showed it to my Principal. She Loved it but of course $$$ is always a barrier. My Kindies would LOVE this!


  32. Nikki says:

    I have to kids ages 5 and 9, and I can see them both loving this. We struggle to find toys that will engage them both, independently or together, in creative play. This definitely fits the bill!

  33. Miranda James Lolis says:

    My 3 year old son would love creating amazing things straight from his vivid imagination! This is awesome!

  34. Allison says:

    Both my girls would love this! They are constantly making projects out of garbage/recycled things. Fingers crossed!

  35. Lauren Snyder says:

    My 9 year old daughter always tells everyone she wants to be an engineer when she grows up. This would be perfect for her interests!

  36. Monique says:

    Our two boys would love this set and it could entertain them all summer and beyond!! They are almost 3 and 5

  37. Zara Smith says:

    I would to have this at our nursery. It would give the children so many play experiences. A fabulous open-ended resource will endless possibilities for learning.

  38. Haley says:

    I have a 6 & 9yo that would love to play with this. I can see my 6yo spending so much time with this toy. He is a natural builder, it would be great fun to see what he would come up with. I also work with 3-5yos that I would introduce it to as well.

  39. Linda Warner says:

    We have a 6 and 10 year old. It would be cool to see what amazing stuff their imaginations would come up with!

  40. Ashley Greene says:

    My 7 year old son & 1 year old daughter would be so thrilled for a new building toy! Thank you for the opportunity to win one.

  41. Inez Simon says:

    My kids, ages 6 and 4, would love this. I like that that it is so open ended that they could create figurines or contraptions!

  42. Shannon Kemp says:

    I think all ages would love this! Younger ones may need a little help, but would still have a lot of fun! I know my 7 year old son would really enjoy this!

  43. Tova Rivera says:

    This would be amazing! I have three kids – a 2 year old, a 5 year old, and a 6 year old. They would play with this nonstop!

  44. Adrian Hindes says:

    Wow, this looks amazing! My 7 year old loves open ended exploration and my 9 year old loves creating, this would be awesome!!

  45. Katie Frey says:

    My daughter is only 2, but this building set would be so much fun to explore with her now and grow with her through the years! Wish I would have known about this when I taught preschool!

  46. Jinny Tee says:

    Love this! Suitable for all ages. My 2 year old, 5 year old, and even my 35 year old husband will love this! :D He is always looking for fun things to do with the girls, and this is definitely one he will enjoy together with the girls!

  47. Danielle says:

    My older 3 (4, 6, and 8 years old) would love this! I’m sure their little brother would once he is older!!

  48. Jennifer Salzmann says:

    I would love to explore this with my almost 4 year old daughter. We love open ended toys that allow her to tap into all the STEM skills. As a special education teacher at the elementary level, I could also use this with my students. They enjoy hands on learning and being creators.

  49. Crystal-lynn says:

    My boys are 5 & 3 (with a little brother on the way) I think they would both enjoy this NOW, and for years to come! What an awesome giveaway of a fantastic looking toy!

  50. CDWilson says:

    I love these and I am determined to order them to use with my 4 year old students in a PreK classroom!!

  51. Laura Muhl says:

    I know a 7 year old boy who’s always asking me to “buy wood to make things” who would love this!

  52. Krista Smith says:

    After seeing a preview picture you posted we went to our children’s museum and they had this product out for play. My daughter LOVED it and spent 2 hours playing with It!

  53. Katie Wanbaugh says:

    My almost 5 year old and my 2 year old would go crazy for this. The hours of imaginative play it would create would be amazing! And I’m sure their newborn little sister would also enjoy this a lot one day. I’m all for encouraging this type of play in little girls who would traditionally be left out.

  54. Shaina says:

    My kids would love this!!! Having taught in a Reggio inspired school for a few years, I really appreciate these amazing open ended toys when I see them!!

  55. Allyson Kinney Wright says:

    I would love to have these for my 6 year old daughter and her friends! I also teach 4 year olds so it would be amazing to have a different method of building/creating/problem solving available for them.

  56. amb says:

    I have three girls who love to build ages 7, 5, and soon to be 3. your blog has inspired me as a mom to allow them to explore and engage in the world of play in ways I had never considered. thank you for the many years of inspiration!

  57. Maya West says:

    My 6yo, 4yo, and 2yo would love this! They played with it at the children’s museum once and it was lots of fun.

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