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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Choozepack Reversible Backpack Review & Giveaway {Too Cool for Drool Giveaway Hop} #2Cool4Drool

Are you interested in trying out some of the coolest gadget on the market for your kids or your family? You could discover and have the chance to win quite a few from the Too Cool for Drool Giveaway Hop, hosted by The Mommy Island and The Kids Did It. Each participating blog is giving away a prize valued $15 or more. After entering my giveaway, be sure to follow the linky for even more chances to win now through 9/14!

My Giveaway
Chooze has generously offered to give one of my lucky readers an innovative reversible Choozepack of their choice! Each Chooze backpack is valued between $39.95 and $43.95, depending on its design and size.

Chooze is a mom-owned company specializing in uniquely designed kids accessories including shoes, leggings, backpacks and lunchboxes. Their backpacks, for instance, features a two-sided reversible design which allows the user to pick the pattern that best fits her mood.

Since my older son is really into space science, I picked the Navigate Choosepack for review. We love the colorful prints on both sides of the bag, one with a brighter theme while the other with a darker background. I'm impressed with how easy it is to switch between the two sides - just flip the padded convertible straps! It essentially has two bags in one. The child can change up the sides to match her outfit of the day or just for the fun of having a different look. The bag is sturdy and spacious, with enough room to hold my son's folders, homework sheets, water bottle, a few books, and an extra change of clothes. It makes an eye-catching, functional backpack for students of all ages, including preschoolers and kindergartners!

Last Chance to Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card!

Enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card by completing a short survey about back to school shopping! Entry closes 8/31. Don't miss your chance to win. Good luck!

Friday, August 28, 2015

$25 Walmart Gift Card Giveaway {Back to School Giveaway Hop}


School may have started or is starting soon in your hometown. There are even more chances to win school supplies and gift cards if you join the 1st Annual Back to School Giveaway Hop hosted by Karen’s Got Mail. Each participating blogger is giving away a back-to-school related prize valued at least $25. And the Grand Prize giveaway features an Ultimate Back to School combo from Mabel's Labels!

My Giveaway
I'm giving away a $25 Walmart gift card to one lucky reader of mine. Walmart has been my favorite one-stop shop during back-to-school season. I was able to get all the items on our teacher's list at our local Walmart, all at the lowest price possible across all online and offline stores I visit most often. Please submit your entries below and good luck!

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After entering my giveaway, be sure to hop onto the other blogs on the linky and check out what each of them has to offer.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lunchbox. Karen’s Got Mail and the Back to School Giveaway Hop participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize obligations.

Kendama Toy Giveaway (4 Winners)

A cool toy called Kendama has become more and more popular among kids at my son's school. I've seen boys and girls alike play with Kendamas that come in various colorful designs. If you haven't heard about it yet, here's your chance to learn more about it and enter to win one for free!

SPONSORED BY: Kaleb Kendama
HOSTED BY: Mom Loves 2 Read

The Kendama is a traditional Japanese toy which consists of the “Ken” (handle) and the “Tama” (ball),  which is connected by a string.  The two extending sides of the kendama are concave cups, with one end smaller than the other. The larger cup is called the ōzara ("big cup") and the smaller cup is called the kozara ("small cup"). There is another, even smaller cup, called the chūzara  ("center cup") at the bottom of the ken. The Kendama tricks are done by variations of juggling the ball in the three cups spiking the ball with the Ken spike, and balancing both in new creative ways. Mastering the Kendama takes practice, focus, patience, and creativity.
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