*WIN* A Pindaloo – the fun-filled ball game for summer

Looking for something to keep the kids busy during the summer holidays? Look no further than the Pindaloo from Wicked Uncle!

All you have to do is loop the ball from one side to the other – not as easy as it sounds! With practice, you will soon get in the rhythm and be doing tricks in no time, looping the ball really high in the air and bouncing the ball on your knee in between loops.

Made of durable high quality 100% recyclable plastic, the loop comes with the ball and two lids to keep the set intact, can be played anywhere, indoor or outdoors and even in the swimming pool. Immense fun and impossible to put down – get in the loop!

Check out the video below to see what’s possible with a Pindaloo!

Competition Time

Now the exciting part. I’ve teamed up with Wicked Uncle to offer one lucky Mummy Fever reader the chance to win a Pindaloo, to help occupy the children over the long summer holidays.

Just enter the easy Gleam widget below. UK entrants only, good luck!



  • Giveaway will run until August 5th 2021.
  • There is one prize to be won.
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
  • This giveaway is open to UK entries only.
  • Entrants must be age 18 or over.
  • Data controller for the purposes of this giveaway is Mummy Fever. Your details will not be used for any other purpose than selecting/informing a winner.
  • Winner’s details will be passed to Mummy Fever who are responsible for sending out the prize.
  • All entries will be checked.
  • The winner will be chosen at random from valid entries after the closing date.
  • The winner will be informed via email.
  • Failure to respond within two days may result in a new winner being drawn.
  • Once drawn, the winner’s name may be displayed on this blog post.
  • Entry into the giveaway will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.

This is a collaborative article.


  1. Mine love painting pebbles, we joined a FB rocks group so we put that on the back of them and people post up when they find them

  2. My boys really love creating stuff for the garden like a water butt made out of a milk carton or making a butterfly tray

  3. Plan activities and have a list so you go to for ideas can be anything from day to the zoo to a bike ride

  4. plenty of garden games/activities to keep them busy! you dont even need to spend a lot of money on it, you can use household items to make an obstacle course ectx

  5. Mine love being outside paddling pool ball games walks day trips as long as they aren’t stuck at home they are happy.

  6. We all love being out in the garden I make assault courses using any thing we have football cones, tarpaulins to wriggle under or slide across hoopla hoops bean bags to throw

  7. So indoors they make a tent clothes airer sheets draped over chairs & love eating lunch with dolls. Outdoor activity she likes riding on her bike but in the garden she puts on a fashion show & myself & her dolls,teddy etc are the audience.Mind you just a big box makes fun at ours it’s made into a car flaps make the back seat when taped & she acts as a taxi …I’m the customer wanting a taxi for transporting dolls to nursery or dogs & cats to the vets.

  8. Make use of local facilities, particularly the park. Our leisure centre is offering free swimming sessions and lessons for children

  9. Stock up on art and craft materials and books, and check out free and low-cost local activities.

  10. Ours love water so anything which allows them to play with water is a hit. The paddling pool (obviously), funnels, seeing what floats and how many pebbles it takes to sink things….(I’m sure that must also feed into the national curriculum in someway)

  11. Have an “I’m bored” jar. Write down some activities on slips of paper and fold them up and put them in the jar. Get the kids to help with this too. Then whenever they say they’re bored, direct them to the jar to find something to do.

  12. A large green space & a BBQ with friends – we’re lucky in that we have that in our communal garden all the neihbours with kids can gather & let the kids run their energy with the dog in safety xx

  13. Take each day as it comes you don’t have to plan things for everyday some days kids just want to have a lazy day the same as adults

  14. We have a set budget to spend on days out. We pick where we are spending that money on and these go into a jar, along with free activities like going to the park, and days to stay at home like a pj and movie day.
    Every evening we pick a note out of the jar to decide what we are doing the next day. It’s really exciting and the kids love it.

  15. We are lucky enough to live by the beach, so lots of picnics, beach BBQ’s and paddleboarding!

  16. My grandchildren love using Plant Snap on my phone and search for and then identify plants when we are out walking. They get so excited and compete to find a new one

  17. We live near a common that’s great for picnics in one bit or bug hunts in the wildlife section. It also has sport facilities up one end and there are lots of trees to play under or the stream for the dog to get muddy in! My tip is to explore what you have locally and see what fun can be had for free!

  18. My little one loves baking or having messy play on a rainy day with lots of finger paints and paper

  19. Get them in the kitchen! Not just baking, but helping cook – and then they’ll be more likely to eat nutritious meals too (why is it if they’ve made it they’ll eat things they wouldn’t dream of eating otherwise?!)

  20. Favs are water fights, den building & picnics. Pindaloo with water soaked sponge balls would entertain the boys!!

  21. If you’re stuck for ideas – just google it!

    There are so many sites with plenty of things to occupy the kids on the cheap.

  22. Our local park is absolutely brilliant. So many things children can do. Also it has a great big grassy area for all sorts of things. football, rounders, running games etc. We can even fly kites. We take a picnic when the weather is nice so we can stay longer.

  23. There are lots of fun and educational games for the phones / tablets that should keep them occupied for a long time!

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