Stay At Home Play Packs + Enter to win 1 of 2 Toys”R”Us Gift Cards #WashYourHandsChallenge

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Is anyone else doing the late evening/early morning scramble to entertain the kids right now? We’re trying to social distance as much as we can so trips to the store are limited and we’re depending pretty heavily on delivery and online shopping. Thankfully, Toys “R” Us saw a need for Canadian parents and not only filled it, but they also knocked it out of the park. They’ve just introduced their Stay At Home Packs and they’re pretty spectacular.

With the new Toys “R” Us Stay At Home Packs, parents can order a number of different pre-designed activity packs that are stocked full of different things to keep kids engaged and having fun. The packs include a variety of different focuses including art, sensory play, STEM, building and more. There are also Stay At Home packs available on a variety of different price points and they all include FREE shipping or if you need it fast, choose curbside pick up from your local store.

Even if you don’t need the items for self-isolation, this is a pretty fabulous way to scoop up some gifts for holidays, birthdays and more in the future. All the kits are steeply discounted off the retail prices.

Stay At Home Play Pack Toys R Us

The Play! Day fun pack includes a variety of fun building activities, a puzzle, Uno, LEGO brickheads, binoculars and more and is available for $49.99 (regular retail $74.81)

Ready Set Play! Stay At Home Play Pack

The Ready Set Play! pack includes something for every interest! Puzzles, building, surprise toys, a Robert Munsch book, Uno, hot wheels and more for $49.95 (regular retail price $71.40)

Big Imaginations Stay At Home Play Pack

The Big Imaginations Fun Pack is perfect for kids aged 3-7 and includes a Crayola Scene Creator set, Mega Blocks, Nick Jr Super Dough Set, Discovery wooden blocks and more. This set includes enough cool “bigger” toys to be able to stash them away for holidays if you don’t need them all right now.

The best part? That’s only 3 of the available sets and Toys “R” Us has even more on the way. Keep an eye on the Stay At Home Packs page as they release more exclusive sets to help families stay entertained and having fun together at home.

While you’re enjoying your Stay At Home Packs, make sure to join us and Geoffrey™ in the #WashYourHandsChallenge with a fun (and super catchy!) song to sing while kids are washing their hands. Alivia made her own TikTok video after seeing the Toys “R” Us TikTok Challenge and she’s super proud of it!

Make sure to also keep an eye out on the Toys R Us Youtube Page for daily appearances from Geoffrey – the beloved Toys “R” Us Mascot. With his playful approach, Geoffrey will share a variety of free child and family play ideas from unboxings to interactive games and DIY activities. 

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This song is now forever stuck in our heads. Scrub scrub rub rub….@toysruscanada #washyourhandschallenge #toysruskid #washyourhand #fyp #cleanhands

♬ original sound – toysruscanada

Crissy, Crossy Wishy, Washy….

NOW THE BEST PART! Toys “R” Us has generously given us two $25 gift cards to giveaway! Want to win one? Enter below.
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89 Comments


  1. My kids would LOVE the Ready, Set, Play pack. We’ve been keeping busy by writing letters to our friends in the neighborhood and delivering them to their special mail boxes.

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  2. We are trying to stay busy with gardening, art, hanging out in the backyard and of course, tv shows and video games. Our oldest isn’t in school yet and isn’t interested in learning right now so just not worth the fight. haha

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  3. We have been doing lots of puzzles, lego and science experiments

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  4. We are playing outside and doing lots of baking!

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  5. This would be amazing! Starting to run out of things for my almost 4 yr old grandson!! We have a new puppy too, so between those two, I’m keeping busy! (Sneaking a few good books in during the evenings too.) 😊

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  6. We’ve been baking, doing crafts, putting together lots of puzzles, playing games, reading books, going for walks, making art for our windows and having movie nights.

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  7. My older child has been helping us look after our younger child while staying at home. We played family games like charades and monopoly junior. When the younger is napping or asleep earlier in the night, we would play card games Uno or Phase 10 together.

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  8. We have been doing lots of games, baking, movies, playing in the yard.. There is lots to do! Happy Easter 🙂

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  9. Organizing, tidying, projects, board games, anything!

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  10. This would be amazing and super helpful with three young kids at home.

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  11. We’re doing a lot of cleaning and organizing; catching up on tv shows; reading; crafts.

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  12. I have 4 pups to train so that keeps me busy.

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  13. Cleaning, entertaining kids, the fun never stops

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  14. Playing lots of video games, and baking/cooking a lot!

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  15. We try to do alot if arts and crafts . When it’s nice we play in the back yard as much as possible.

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  16. Love to shop at Toys R Us – now we have toys to play with while quaratined.

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  17. Playing lots of games and working on science projects with my kids.

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  18. I am doing yard work, lots of odd jobs, reading and tv shows I missed.

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  19. We are keeping busy at home by making this time our new normal and having a routine. We take time each day to tackle regular household chores, allow time to enjoy time spent on those things that we didn’t always have time for, like reading more, crafting, playing games etc.We have also listed some bigger household projects and maintenance, and are working on them one by one based on priority and what we have on hand to do them. We are typically homebodies, so this has not caused much change for us, other than the fact that we can do more, without the need to leave the house.

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  20. Netflix, house chores, gaming, working

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  21. We do a lot of baking, cooking, crafts and reading with the kids.

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  22. We’re doing a lot of family board games.

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  23. Been watching anime shows, and listening to music.

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  24. We are spending time around the neighborhood by taking walks, riding a bike and kicking around the ball.

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  25. we are trying to get out trail walking each day.

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  26. We are playing games and making jigsaw puzzles. We go out for a walk every day!

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  27. I do short walks around the neighborhood, and have done a bit of deep cleaning every day.

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  28. bike rides around the block, lots of baking, play dough and online learning with the kids

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  29. Helping to pick up food bank donations.

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  30. I’m keeping my family busy with lego, games, and school work

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  31. We’re cooking together and doing crafts.

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  32. Watching Disney + , going for walks & other family activities.

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  33. We’re staying busy reading, taking walks, baking and watching Netflix.

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  34. I am working from home. It’s keeping me busy:) Also getting in a lot of extra cuddle time with the puppy and also watching movies with my husband.

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  35. We have done a lot of crafts and learning experiences but honestly, I’m getting burnt out. My husband and I are both working full time from home as well and trying to juggle the kids’ online school work (which needs a lot of parental help with the tech), online piano lessons, and just keeping them busy is exhausting!

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  36. Working from home and caring for two small kids is definitely keeping me more than busy 😉

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  37. Playing board games,video games,art and crafts and movie nights.

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  38. Caring for my baby and toddler is keeping me busy. Trying to send as much time outside to keep the kiddos busy.

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  39. We have been staying busy with gardening, playing board games, and watching movies.

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  40. We are doing lots of puzzles

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  41. We are also doing a lot of puzzles…running out tho’.

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  42. we have been doing crafts baking puzzles and school online

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  43. been baking, entering more contests and watching movies

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  44. I’ve been doing a lot of reading.

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  45. While I am at home, I have been doing jigsaw puzzles, watching tv, going on my computer.

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  46. I’m teaching my son how to cook!

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  47. We have lots on the go…working, walking around the neighborhood, school work, and baking!

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  48. My granddaughter sent me a video of her singing on the kareoke a country song she memorize. Then they send me a video of them dancing. They do craft, go for walk or biking with their mom and dad, play in their backyard. Me I sew, knit, spring clean and watch lots of Netflix.

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  49. We have been taking a daily walk and doing lots of puzzles and crafts!

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  50. we have been keeping busy with walks, jigsaw puzzles, playing games, coordinating the 4 kids school work and watching a little more tv then usual

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  51. We’re doing a lot of painting and playing with Play Doh

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  52. I have been cleaning out closets and working on my crafts more.

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  53. We have been watching a lot of movies and spending time together.

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  54. We’ve been having virtual play dates, doing arts and crafts, baking and going for walks.

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  55. Trying new recipes, cleaning and exercising at home … playing board games and doing Zoom, Facetime with family and friends.

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  56. Baking, doing art projects and planting new flowers in the backyard!

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  57. We’ve done puzzles, games and lots of baking and cooking together.

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  58. LEGO, reading, science experiments, arts and crafts, outdoor play, too much screen time…

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  59. Puzzles, netflix watching, exercising, and working keeps me busy!

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  60. For entertainment, I have been playing video games more.

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  61. We are folding a lot of origami with the kids.

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  62. Been working and playing board games at home!

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  63. We’ve been art with zealous art! She posts videos on facebook that are great.

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  64. I keep the kids busy with crafts and also we try to go for walks twice a day.

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  65. Exercise, art and science projects

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  66. We’ve been keeping busy with lots of backyard play, crafts, and cooking!

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  67. Keen to try the new Lego Dots sets that came out last month. I like the crafting mindset and have some kids in mind for them.

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  68. we are playing a lot out in the backyard and making cement chalk games!

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  69. getting a lot of small projects done around the house….the ones I’ve put off for quite some time. Now is the time lol

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  70. We are doing a lot of gardening !

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  71. We are keeping busy with board games, puzzles, crafts, reading, getting out for walks, cleaning and organizing the house and doing yard work. With a healthy dose of watching tv and movies too!

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  72. I’ve been baking lots with my daughter

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