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Get a Free Copy of Dance, Pocoyo, Dance! DVD

Friday, July 22, 2011



Today, we took the kids for a morning ride, went to the mall to buy new sandals for my son, stayed there for lunch and then I took them to zoo where they enjoyed a pony ride and a Zoomobile ride among other things. Afterwards, I took them to their grandma's for dinner only to hear my oldest complain that she had such a boring day. Yeah, the nerve, eh?

Apparently, summertime challenges even the most creative parents with how to keep their kids entertained, active and limit all day snacking.  That makes me feel a little better.

Fortunately, Pocoyo and Langers Juice may have a solution.

Beginning August 1 through August 31, you can receive a copy of the all-new Pocoyo DVD – Dance Pocoyo Dance! to help keep your little ones entertained and engaged in physical activity. With the purchase of 10 Langers Juices, you just need to pay $1.99 for shipping and handling to get your own copy, while supplies last. Not that I'm encouraging you to offer juice to your kids every chance you can get. Far from it. According to the American Academy of  Pediatrics and the American Heart Association, "children  between 6 months and 6 years can safely consume 4 to 6 ounces (118 to  177 milliliters) of 100% fruit juice a day; while those 7 years and  older can consume between 8 to 12 ounces (237 to 355 milliliters) per  day.  About 4 ounces (118 milliliters) of 100% fruit juice equals one  serving of fruit." I prefer to strongly limit juice consumption in our house. Some days, my kids have no juice at all. But when they do, I make sure to offer 100% natural fruit juice. Another easy way to get your hands on a copy of the DVD is by winning one right here on Toronto Teacher Mom!




ABOUT THE DVD


The  Dance Pocoyo Dance! DVD, based on the Pocoyo animated television  series, will encourage kids to get up and dance, jump and have fun for  hours.  The music provides high-energy participation, and Pocoyo and his  animal friends, Elly the elephant, Pato the duck, and Loula the dog,  add to the excitement.  It’s a good workout for Mom and Dad, too.  Kids  can quench their thirst with Langers Juice after dancing with Pocoyo  while watching Dance Pocoyo Dance!








ABOUT LANGERS JUICE


Langers  Juice, in kid-friendly juice flavors like orange, red grape, white  grape, grape with vitamin C, and pineapple, are available nationwide at  retailers including WalMart, Albertsons, Econo Foods, Food 4 Less,  Lucky, Market Basket, Miners, Ralphs, Smart & Final, Sprouts, and  Staters, among others.

This giveaway is now closed. The winner has been announced below.




Disclosure: I was offered the chance to host this giveaway in conjunction with the promotion. Any opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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22 COMMENTS

  1. Running around on the park playground is a great way to keep fit.
    janmessali (at) gmail.com

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  2. Running after a 10 months who's crawling and trying to walk is another way! emmawalpole@hotmail.com

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  3. Going to the park and walking to the store when we can

    jenniferlynnehunter@gmail.com

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  4. I gave my 5 yr old granddaughter a huge box of sidewalk chalk and the first thing she made was a hopscotch pattern in my driveway. She loves to do that with her cousins, plus they jump rope, play tag, hide 'n seek, and enjoy riding their bikes. Right now with the 3rd day of this heat wave, we've been just swimming to cool off. :-)

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  5. I signed my kids up for a toddler gymnastics class. It lets them burn off energy, even if it raining

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  6. we dance to our favorite tv show theme songs, and make up our own silly songs when we dance outside!

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  7. frequent trips to the park! my little girl also loves music and to dance!
    tumyiix at gmail dot com

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  8. my 2 kids make sure I stay fit, chasing after them, playing and running

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  9. I love to go swimming with them

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  10. both kids got scooters for their birthdays, so we like to take walks/scooter after dinner and a sidetrip to the park with lots of running and playing ball

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  11. We walk to the park and play almost everyday!

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  12. We love to go for walks!
    jenyasha87 at hotmail dot com

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  13. We stay active by swimming at camp and bike riding.
    cleaningrhouse at yahoo dot com

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  14. I like to keep active with my grandkids when I am with them by doing a dance game on the Wii. They love it and it really gives you a good workout if you do it right.

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  15. Right now I'm trying to teach my 7 year old son how to ride his bike without training wheels. It's a good workout for me running beside him up and down the sidewalk. My 4 year old daughter (big Pocoyo fan) rides her bike with training wheels, so I will run next to her to when she wants to go for a ride.

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  16. I take my kids walking on nature trails
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  17. We like to take turns bouncing on our trampoline for exercise.
    jennifergrieco(at)verizon(dot)net

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  18. We are always on the go but 1 thing we do, is always take a walk after dinner time. I'm hoping it wears them out for bed ;-)

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  19. Doing line dancing while holding your 11kg 2yr old is a really great workout!!

    For a more sane workout I do Wii fit step together with my son.

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  20. My energetic 2-year-old loves to visit our local parks and chasing him around keeps me very active!

    canadianmommygiveaways at gmail dot com

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  21. I live near a park so I take my kids to play on the playground, play tennis, ride bikes, etc. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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