Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Copy-Kids DVD Review and Giveaway

My kid are picky eaters.  Aren't all kids?  I know that we all need to eat more fruits and vegetables.  When my daughter was younger, she would not eat broccoli (well anything green) until we went to my friends house and she saw my friend's kids eating broccoli.  After seeing her two best friends eating it, she thought it must be yummy.  Broccoli became her favorite vegetable.  We all know peer pressure works so why not use good peer pressure?  This is where Copy-Kids comes into play. It's a DVD for children 6months - 5 years old that shows children eating  different fruits and vegetables.  The kids on this DVD LOVE their fruits and vegetables and they are very cute too.

It is 12 chapters that are 7 minutes each and feature bell pepper, bananas, oranges, carrots, strawberries, avocado, raspberries, tomatoes, apples, broccoli, cucumber, and blueberries.

 My kids had fun identifying the fruit and vegetables the kids were eating.  Sissy decided she didn't want to watch the entire clip for each one, so we watched parts of each one.  It would have been best if I had given them the fruit/vegetable featured while they watched it.

Sissy decided she doesn't like broccoli anymore.  There was raw broccoli at my little Sister's baby shower.  Sissy decided to try it. Normally, it has to be cooked for her to eat it or even attempt to eat it. 
 We had broccoli for dinner tonight and Sissy said she didn't like broccoli.  We reminded her that she used to eat it all the time and asked her to eat it like the kids in the movie.

Now, if I could get Bubby to eat...well anything more than a few bites.  If you have a picky eater, it's worth a try.

Check out their video to get a better idea of the Copy-kids DVD. Visit their website for more information or to find out where to purchase your own DVD.

Enter to win your own Copy-Kids DVD.  Who knows it could be just what you needed to get over the hurdle of getting your kids to eat their fruits and vegetables!

I received a copy of the Copy-Kids DVD for this review.  All opinions are my own.

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