Monday, June 30, 2014

Celebrate The Red White and Blue With Ivy Kids

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Welcome to the 2nd Annual Red, White, and Blue Giveaway Hop - a Hop where we celebrate Independence Day, hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network. The Mommy Island is celebrating the 4th of July with a giveaway for a whole 2 weeks, so be sure enter here for the August Box from Ivy Kids and hop around to all the great blog giveaways that are linked up in this hop. And be sure to let Step2 help your child go Red White and Blue with this patriotic Choo Choo Train! Don't miss out on that fantastic Grand Prize!
About Ivy Kids
Ivy Kids kits are a monthly themed subscription box for children ages 3-8 developed by early childhood teachers who have children of their own. Subscribers will receive a kit containing more than ten activities based upon a classic children’s book-plus the book! The activities have been carefully crafted to encourage curiosity, problem solving, and creativity in young children. 
In August's Ivy Kit, featuring the book Mouse Paint  by Ellen Stoll Walsh, you will find:
  • The book Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh, a beloved children's story
  • Read along Bookmarkto assist with reading comprehension
  • Storyboard to retell and act out the events in the story
  • All About Colors, science booklet that provides facts about colors and ways to explore with the color paddles
  • Making Colorsuse the paints and pallet to create different colors and paint the mouse sheet. 
  • Mess Free Finger Painting, squeeze the primary colors in baggies to make secondary colors by using your hand to mix. 
  • Make Your Own Miceuse the model magic clay to create your own mice!
  • Create Your Own Sun Catcherglue colorful tissue paper to a transparent sheet to create a beautiful sun catcher. 
  • Color Paddle Explorationuse the color paddles to explore the surroundings and create new colors.
  • Color Paddle Matching Game, use the color paddles to complete the pictures by matching colors. 
  • Making Patterns, use the colorful chips and patterns strips to copy, complete and/or create new patterns.
  • Hide the Mice Gamehide the mice from the cat by matching each mouse to the right colored space.
  • Run Away From the Cat Board Game, move the mouse game pieces along the path and save them from the cat.
  • I Spy With My Little Eye, players use clues to help each other guess the pictures on the board.
If you would like to subscribe to Ivy Kids for your child and receive the box for August you'll want to sign up by July 22! Find more reviews by parents and join the discussion with Ivy Kids on Facebook and Twitter


Enter The IVY KIDS Giveaway! 
One lucky reader selected by rafflecopter will receive the August Box from Ivy Kids! (ARV$39) Open to readers in the US, 18 years or older. The Mommy Island is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Open for entry from 7/1-7/15 at 11:59 pm EST. Use the simple rafflecopter below to enter. 

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42 comments:

  1. I would let my grandchildren create with this with they come to visit.

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  2. This would be for my 2 kids to help keep them busy this summer. They are much better behaved when we have activities or crafts planned then when they have free time!

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  3. Danielle SchumacherJuly 1, 2014 at 10:34 AM

    I'd give this to my son when he's a little older, he just turned one. I think this gift would be a wonderful teaching experience.

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  4. I would give it to my grandson, who could use the extra help.

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  5. I would give this to my 2 kids....age 2 & 6.

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  6. Nicole LancasterJuly 1, 2014 at 4:53 PM

    I would give the kit to my 5 year old daughter because she loves to read and I think it would benefit her by enforcing what she read thru fun crafts.

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  7. I would give this to my niece. She just lost her mother and this would be helpful for her

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  8. My son would love this. He starts kindergarten this fall and loves to learn.

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  9. I would keep it at the house for my nephews, It will hold their attention for awhile

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  10. I would give it to my granddaughter, it think it would help bring out her creativity.

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  11. Love thus kit. 2would be great for homeschooling my preschooler:).
    Angela Wagner

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  12. I would give it to my little girl age 6. She loves to read and needs to further her skill.

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  13. I'd give this to my son who would love it. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3@yahoo.com

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  14. I would like to give it to my great niece who would have lots of fun with it.

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  15. i'd give this to my niece; i think it would help her concentrate and be creative in a good way.

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  16. I would give this box to my son. Mouse Paint is one of his very favorite books.

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  17. I would give this to my neighbor's granddaughter because she is left by herself with a bunch of older ladies and there are no children for her to play with and there are no activities close to her. This prize would be very beneficial, as well as educational, for this young girl.

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  18. My daughter to keep her entertained on a long drive

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  19. I'd give this to my son. For those rainy days when we can't get outside he's a lot happier if he has something to do at least for part of the time, and I don't let him watch much TV so that gets challenging at times!

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  20. I would keep this for my daughter, I think she would really enjoy this! I love teaching her new things!

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  21. I would give it to my step son and I think it would benefit his love of arts and crafts

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  22. I would give this to my best friend's daughter because I think it would help inspire her artistic side.

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  23. i would give it to my son to help spark his creativity

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  24. I would like to win this Ivy Kit because it will be a great mom and son activity for this summer. I think the bonding and learning opportunity will benefit my son.

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  25. I would give the Ivy kit to my niece. It would benefit both of us because we could play with it together and bond and make new memories with it.

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  26. I would like to give this kit to my kids. I think they would love it.

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  27. I would give it to my daughter. She is a very creative little girl and loves to create art and learn new things

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  28. I would like this for my friend's daughter who loves to learn and explore.

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  29. My kids love art and love creating things, so I would give this to them!

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  30. Hi! I would give it to my grandson. He would love it and it would give him creative and fun things to do. Thank-you for the chance!

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  31. My son is almost 3 so I would give it to him. I think it would help him learn so much!

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  32. This would be perfect for my 3 year old son!

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  33. My grandchildren would enjoy this. I have one who is 7 and the other is just turning 3.

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  34. I would give this to my daughter Stella she's very artistic so this would provide a creative way to learn.

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  35. My son would love this! It looks like fun.

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  36. I would like to give this to my son. Crafts are easy for him, reading has come harder I think it may help reading be not such a task.

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  37. I would give this to my little girl. She loves crafts and reading.

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  38. I would give this to my daughters boyfriends son because this would help beat that summer boredom

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  39. I would give it to my little cousin Kamryn. She would love this because she loves to try new things

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  40. It would be for my little girl. She loves to stay busy, active, loves putting things together, challenging her mind and just creating things.

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  41. I would give this to my Niece, she is really a good little Artist.
    californiapoppys@yahoo.com

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