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Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks Gift Box-1-US Ends 6/4

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

This giveaway is sponsored by Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks and hosted by Mom Does Reviews.

Most cildren learn by touching, feeling and doing. This prize pack will help you to help them understand their world and enjoy it! Read the review then enter!

About the prize/product:

Help your children about their emotions through adorable character-based products and Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks EQ Guides. The engaging world of Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks characters and products can set any child on a solid learning path toward high emotional intelligence. These products will help parents feel good knowing that they have invested in exactly what they and their children need to thrive.

The Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks Gift Box

This gift box set includes Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks plush characters. During their make-believe play time, children are encouraged to select the emotion wristband for what Hoppy and Poppie are feeling inside. Learning these valuable skills will put your child ahead of the pack as they mature and learn to interact with others. And kids develop fine motor skills as they use the zippered pocket and play with Hoppy and Poppie’s shapeable antennae.

Not SO Scary Book

The Not SO Scary is a fun story involving all the characters on Bug Island. Aunt Andie Ant, Walt Worm King, Betty Bee Queen, Chief Franco Firefly, and Maestro Humphrey Hummingbird feel nervous, worried, curious, excited, and afraid as they find mysterious eggs floating in the river that runs through Bug Island. Talking through their feelings with Dr. Spinner Spider, they learn an important lesson about the unknown. "What feels SCARY now can be a FUN and not so scary surprise!" This proves to be true and everyone understands by the end of the book. This book helps children build their emotion vocabulary, which is a valuable foundation needed for emotional intelligence learning.

What We Feel Book

The What We Feel is a beautiful book featuring Patoo, a warm and empathetic character. While taking Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks on a journey through yellow, green, white and blue seasons of emotions. This story helps children build their vocabulary for feelings. Through the book, Hoppy & Poppie feel sad, happy, calm, peaceful, strong, giggly, and loved. Being aware of changes in emotions and how to identify them helps children deal with them easier.

The Flying Patoo Character Blankie

This flying blankie is used in the stories with Patoo. He invites Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks on a journey through the seasons of emotions in the What We Feel board book. Patoo helps the very cold and sad Hoppy & Poppie to understand how they are feeling during their flying adventure. This blankie is a 14” square, 100% GOTS certified organic cotton blankie with quilted yellow, green, white, and blue sections. It is a comforting companion for little children.

Emotion Wrist Bands

This gift set includes a set of Emotion Wristbands which are used by children as they identify emotion for what Hoppy and Poppie are feeling inside. Emotion wrist bands have happy, sad, scared, excited, angry, and calm on them. Learning these valuable skills will put your child ahead of the pack as they mature and learn to interact with others. Be sure to read Sherryl's review on Mom Does Reviews HERE.


One lucky reader will win The Hoppy & Poppie PinkCheeks Gift Box.

The giveaway is open to USA

The giveaway ends 6/4/2021 at 11:59 PM EST.

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ken ohl said...

I use the 100 year old statement treat others and you want to be treated it stands the test of time and is so true and it helps with many areas of your life

bn100 said...

talk to them

TDK said...

I let my children express themselves. Feelings are sometimes hard and need to be expressed!

Linda Herold said...

Reading books and talking to them.

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