Sep 16, 2012

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Keeping Kids Creative Giveaway

There’s all sorts of prizes to be won in the Keeping Kids Creative Giveaway. I wish you lots of luck!

Kangaroo Mama has some amazing prizes lined up for you and your family to help make life funner, simpler, and more creative during the Nationally designated “Keep Kids Creative Week”!  Three lucky Kangaroo Mama fans will have the chance to win some amazing prizes, worth over $580 total.  There is also Grand Prize for the event and over 90 blogs participating with their individual giveaways.  So head on over to Kangaroo Mama’s giveaway posting to find out how you can enter to win the Grand Prize and also find a list of the other giveaways you can enter.
Prize Package #1 (US Only) $300+:
Prize Package #2 (US Only)  $130+:
Prize Package #3 (US Only) $150+:

Enter for your chance to win these awesome prize packages through the Giveaway Widget below:

 

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  1. Sounds fun

  2. I try and give the kids lots of paper, scissors, colors, etc and let them play. They come up with a lot of fun things! Also I try and let them spend time with our elderly neighbors and they always come back learning a new craft or activity that only elderly people seem to know anymore. Turning off the t.v, , putting on music and giving them space and time seem to work well here!