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Give Fitness: Keeping Kids Active and GeoPalz Giveaway
Posted on Tuesday, November 27th, 2012 by Parents' Choice

Determining whether kids are actually exercising isn’t easy; a pedometer, which tracks the steps a child takes, can help.

Ruby's Studio - The Feelings Show
GIVEAWAY: Ruby’s Studio by The Mother Company Teaches Children About Feelings
Posted on Thursday, September 6th, 2012 by Parents' Choice

GIVEAWAY: Every parent knows the moment: Your child is clearly overwhelmed by some emotion but can’t quite articulate what it is. Ruby’s Studio: The Feelings Show is a 45-minute program intended to help kids bridge the gap between feeling emotions and actually being able to express what they are.

Animals and Their Families and Picture My Day
GIVEAWAY: Books for Early Readers from Owlkids Books
Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 by Ashley Mannetta

Owlkids Publishing is responsible for the Parents’ Choice Award winning magazines Owl, ChickaDEE, and Chirp, along with many Parents’ Choice Award winning books. This week, we are giving away two of those books. Picture My Day and Animals and Their Families are two gorgeously illustrated picture books that will appeal with whimsical charm to pre-readers, early readers, and their parents. To enter our giveaway, visit our Facebook page for details!

SPORTOS
Celebrating the London 2012 Summer Olympics with a SPORTOS Giveaway!
Posted on Monday, July 23rd, 2012 by Ashley Mannetta

When our evaluator Barbara Chamberlin opened her set of Sportos Build-A-Sport Blocks by Rosie Hippo, she was skeptical. Barbara couldn’t imagine that her children would enjoy the seemingly simple activity of building images of stick figures engaged in different sporting events. She was proved wrong.

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Resiliency – Life’s most important skill! and GIVEAWAY
Posted on Tuesday, July 17th, 2012 by Parents' Choice

Giving our children a step up in life is something every parent is concerned about. But often we translate that into helping our kids do better in school, scoring higher on tests and building a strong academic base. Let’s not forget that we also need to build well rounded resilient kids with strong social and emotional skills to match their academic prowess.