#Giveaway – Enter To #Win A Elmo Ukelele

Elmo Ukelele

Welcome to the Elmo Ukulele Giveaway!

First of all a huge thank you to our sponsor First Act for this wonderful giveaway!  I know my kids LOVE music, all of them have been playing, or singing since they were itty bitty!

If you haven’t heard of the Elmo Ukulele yet than you’re missing out!  As you can see its awesome, especially for my fellow Elmo loves!  Becky was lucky enough to review the Elmo Ukulele, and I bought one for my youngest daughter for Christmas!  Now she can rock with her older sisters!  They are actually working on a song right now, I am not allowed to know what it is called, it’s a surprise.  Needless to say I cannot wait to hear what they three of them have cooked up.  You can learn more about it by reading Jenns Blah Balh Blog’s Elmo Ukulele Review.

With the first act your kids can learn to play ukulele and look pretty cool doing it.  The Elmo Ukulele looks great and sounds fabulous!  If you’re little one loves music than they’re going to love learning to play with Elmo.  It includes three chord cards to get the kids started strumming!

One lucky person will win the Elmo Ukulele thanks to our wonderful sponsors over at First Act, who are the kindest, sweetest, most understanding bunch of people.  If you have a chance to swing by I highly recommend it, they have plenty of awesome stuff.

Giveaway is open to US and Canada, must be over the age of 18 to enter, and use the below giveaway widget.  Giveaway will end on 2/3 at 11:59pm EST.  Good Luck Everyone!

Jenns Blah Blah Blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment, sponsor will ship prize to winner.

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  1. Megan Barnecutt says

    My favourite song as a child was “Donald, Where’s Your Trousers?” A Scottish song by a singer who’s first name was Andy, I think! All about a wee boy named Donald who wears a kilt instead of pants!

  2. Annmarie W. says

    Back in the 70s, we listened to ‘real’ music on the radio…not kids’ stuff. And one of the first songs I remember really liking was American Pie by Don McLean. And Crocodile Rock by Elton John.

  3. Joyce Raymond says

    I think my favorite song as a child was “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” because I could get almost anybody to sing a Round or two:).

  4. Ms Gretchen Ann Luper says

    My favorite song as a child and I still love it is You are My Sunshine. Such an all around good song. Happy and loving.

  5. tamra gibson says

    Well I’m ot so sure it was my favorite byt, my father worked 2nd shift and every night when he came home he would play his Ukulele and I would have to sing this song I don’t want her you can have her cuz she’s too fat for me-lol and then he would have me lead in to Oh Suzanna. Mt father has been gone since 1988 but my brother still has his 3 Ukulele.