Friday, October 9, 2009

Yoplait Kids Giveaway



The nice folks over at My Blog Spark sent me a package earlier this week! We went last night and got the Yoplait Kids Less Sugar Yogurt Cups. The pack we bought has Strawberry Vanilla and Strawberry. Judging by the empty cup I threw away after breakfast, I think Mr. Picky (aka The Toddler) really likes it!

Here's some health info about the product:

Are you searching for a snack for the kids that tastes good and is good for them? Yoplait Kids yogurt is the perfect solution with 25% less sugar than the leading kids’ yogurt. With its thick and creamy texture that will hug your little one’s spoon, you won’t have to worry about a sticky mess to clean up afterwards. It also contains no artificial sweeteners or flavors, so you can feel good about serving it to your kids.

In addition, Yoplait Kids is a good source of vitamin D and, according to two new studies that provide the first national assessment of the crucial nutrient in young Americans, millions of U.S. children have disturbingly low vitamin D levels, possibly increasing their risk for a variety of health concerns, including bone problems. About 7.6 million children, adolescents, and young adults have vitamin D levels so low they could be considered deficient. It can be challenging for growing kids to get enough vitamin D because this nutrient is only found naturally in very few foods; however Yoplait Kids makes it a little easier to incorporate a delicious source of vitamin D and calcium in your child’s diet.

The nice folks are also letting me give away 2 packs like they sent me!


It includes a coupon* for a Free pack of Yoplait Kids yogurt, a travel cooler (to take your yogurt on-the-go), a fun spoon that changes colors in warm water, a reusable place mat with games to keep the kids happy while snacking, and a fuzzy tangle puzzle for some after-snack fun.

*This coupon offer for a free six pack of Yoplait Kids yogurt is not valid in some states, including Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota and Tennessee.

Here's how you can enter the giveaway:

You can enter a total of 3 times.

1. Leave comment on this post telling me how you make snack time fun for your kids or the most fun memory you have with your kids.

2. Become a follower of this blog. There's a link on the right side of the page. (If you're already a follower, just leave a comment letting me know you're already a follower.)

3. Blog about giveaway (leave link in new comment)

Be sure to leave a name on the comment so I can announce the winners. Anonymous comments without names will not be entered.

Giveaway ends Wednesday, October 14 at 1:00 PM CST.

I will be using Random.org to pick the winners and will announce by 2:00 PM CST who the winners are. It would be really helpful if you could put your email address in the comment so I can contact you for mailing information.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I try and make snack time fun for my kids by letting them help me in the kitchen to fix their favorite snacks. They just love to be my little helpers in the kitchen.

Kirsten

hibbard_k@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I follow your blog.

Kirsten

hibbard_k@yahoo.com

Connie said...

Every once in a while I use my cookie cutters to make fun shapes with the bread or put a metal one on the griddle and pour pancake batter into it.

Anonymous said...

I use snall cookie cutters to cut out their food. I also use yogurt for dips with fruit.

denise_22315(at)yahoo(dot)com

Leandrea said...

I make snack time fun by having picnics in the play room or singing silly songs while we snakc.

Leandrea said...

I am now a follower!

Steph said...

I let my kids have "dippy sauce" for their veggies (ranch) or fruit (caramel).

ms0812(at)zoominternet(dot)net

Steph said...

Blog follower! Thanks for the giveaway!

ms0812(at)zoominternet(dot)net

Dolphin Girl said...

I usually make snack time fun by letting my kids choose their snack. I give them several choices, they pick one. I feel like this helps dinner go better too becuase they don't get that choice at dinner, but they get it at snack time.

Jay said...

Sitting down with them and spending time together even when it is tempting to get stuff done!
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Nicole said...

Snack time (3:30pm) is chaos...Kade screaming for a snack, Katie doing her homework and asking for a snack and I'm wondering what I will cook for dinner. Keeping it real for you!!

kgeverett said...

I already subscribe to your blog!

Marla said...

I have made snack time easier... by letting Avery distribute snacks! She thinks it's fun to feed the twins and I think it's fun to not have to feed the twins!!