Thursday, April 7, 2011

Snack Time Help For Moms - GIVEAWAY - CLOSED - WINNER ANNOUNCED

New information from the US Department of Health and Human Resources reveals that despite national efforts to curb childhood obesity here in the US, rates are still climbing! Because the years of preventing childhood obesity are over by the time our children reach kindergarten, parents need products that offer a fun and practical approach to teaching their children balanced nutrition...

Enter  Beanstalk Express, the home of the world’s first snacktivity game, The SnackTime survival kit At Beanstalk Express, they’re parents too! And like you, they're also envisioned raising fruit-and-veggie loving eaters, avoiding processed foods and “just saying no!” to drive through windows! But then something happened along the way … Kids!

After enduring the preschool battles with picky eaters and around-the-clock requests for sweets and goodies, the folks at Beanstalk Express realized what was missing when it comes to inspiring our kids with healthy habits that will last …Food marketers have been making junk food fun for decades. So what if we made healthy choices just as much fun? They decided to try it … and it worked! When you empower children with the ability to make their own choices, amazing things happen! At Beanstalk Express, they make healthy fun! And in the process, it becomes a habit!
 
Wooden Clock Board


Features one working clock, 3 control clocks with moveable arms, and 3 corresponding hooks to hold snack cards in place.


33 Snack Cards

On the front are pictures of delicious snacks to choose from. On the back is important tips and information to learn from.


How it works!

1. Each morning, Mom or Dad selects between 4-6 snack cards that are available to make that day from the deck.

2. From these cards, kids can choose their 3 snacks for that day.

3. Mom sets the control clocks to the desired snack times and hangs the snack cards on the corresponding hooks.

4. And now it's up to the kids! By Keeping an eye on the clocks, the kids alert Mom to when it's SNACK TIME!

5. Mom takes the snack card off the hook and serves up the snack.


THIS IS A PARENTING PRODUCT AND NOT INTENDED PRIMARILY FOR USE CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND YOUNGER. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED.


One lucky reader will win one (1) Snack Time Survival Kit!
Giveaways on Pink Lemonade are now easier than ever to enter!

Simply Leave us a comment here at Pink Lemonade - share with us what your biggest snack time challenge is with your kiddos OR your child's favorite healthy snack.

This contest ends Wednesday, April 13th at 11:59pm (pdst) so don't wait - enter now!

Please note:

entries received after the cutoff time will be deleted prior to drawing a winner.

Your email address MUST either be in your comment or available on your blogger profile or your entry will NOT count!! - Giveaways are open to those with a US shipping address ONLY.

Complete rules can be found on our Contest page.


Please note:  Pink Lemonade received no compensation of any kind for this post/giveaway

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The winner of this giveaway is:

susansmoaks

Congratulations!!  I will be contacting you shortly.

10 comments:

slb3334 said...

They love cheese and crackers.

slb3334@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM

THEY LOVE APPLES AND BANANAS

tatertot374 said...

My kids love fresh fruit. I leave some grapes on the table and they gobble those up
thank you
tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

littlelatina said...

my boys are both into fruit. I'm a cheese cracker gal

amied027 said...

My kids love fruit, string cheese, and yogurt! I try to keep these on hand so they don't choose junk. ard1977@gmail dot com

Miranda Ward said...

my kids like fresh veggies out of the garden~~

freebiegoddess03@aol.com

amy16323 said...

my daughter love kiwi and lemons
amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

susansmoaks said...

we love to snack on fresh fruits
susansmoaks at gmail dot com

hity88 said...

My son loves his fruit.

Gianna said...

My kids love honeycrisp apples, saltines and mozzarella sticks.