Sunday, August 11, 2013

Giant Microbes Review and Giveaway! (U.S.) Ends 8/25 (Rafflecopter)



GIANTmicrobes are super cute! Matthew and Chloe LOVE theirs so much, that they have slept with them every night since we got them! Both kids have even woken up in the middle of the night saying that they can't find them. So I have to go searching, because they can easily get lost amongst all of their pillows and blankets.


 
Matthew wanted the Red Blood Cell, and Chloe got the Algae. I feel that GIANTmicrobes are an excellent way to teach our children about the human body and all of the things that are inside of us, colds, algae, things we can be exposed to, cancer and other diseases, and more! My son wants to be a firefighter when he grow up, he may or may not change his mind. Chloe said she wants to be a doctor, thanks to a cute little cartoon about a little girl doctor to toys on TV! That too, could change. But they are always asking questions about their bodies and how babies are made. Yes, even at 5 1/2 and 4 years old, they want to know! Using GIANTmicrobes has helped open that door for discussions about all sorts of things. As when we took the cover off of our pool in June, it was full of green algae!


 


I really LOVE the World's Smartest Mom Brain Cell! 
So cute! And such a great self esteem inducer!
I would personally love to have one for my Birthday, Mother's Day, or Christmas!
I know what I am asking for!
(GIANTmicrobes also has a World's Smartest Dad Brain Cell too!)


Check out their Neckties!




Sniffles, based on our Common Cold doll, will make anyone feel stylish and healthy!

Smooch, based on our Kissing Disease doll, is a perfect show of affection for your sweetheart.

Noodle, based on our Brain Cell doll, makes a very intelligent gift for any brilliant grad or dad.









Halloween is coming up soon! Maybe your Elf on the Shelf, or Grandma and Grandpa, can buy the "Happy Halloween! Mini Microbes" for your little one!


Trick or Treat with Anthrax adorning a witch's hat, Flesh Eating with spooky, fake fangs, orange Amoeba with black mask, Black Death embroidered with a skull and crossbones, and Ebola costumed as Frankenstein with stitched mouth and neck bolts!



For Christmas, there's a few different Christmas Tree boxes with GIANTmicrobe Christmas ornaments inside! 
(One of these GIANTmicrobes Christmas Tree boxes would make a great white elephant gift!)




The GIANTmicrobes Handwashing Kit includes germ detection powder and gel, and a UV light key chain to demonstrate how germs are spread and how following the hand washing tips in the Activity & Instruction booklet (also included) can help cut down on the spread of germs and keep you healthy! (Also includes GIANTmicrobes Character Stickers, a Sniffles Mirror Cling to remind kids to wash their hands often, and a GIANTmicrobes Common Cold Key Chain.)

What a great way to teach a child or grandchild, niece or nephew about the importance of washing their hands! Especially since here in Tennessee, school started last week! If kids don't wash their hands at school we their parents aren't around, they can come home with all sorts of colds, or worse!

Order some GIANTmicrobes today for your children for Halloween, Christmas, their birthdays, or just because, you love them!

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Enter below using the Rafflecopter form for a chance to win One Small GIANTmicrobe of your own! Giveaway open to residents of the 48 continental United States only, 18 years of age or older.

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Disclosure: I received two small GIANTmicrobes for my review and giveaway post. The opinions above are mine, and mine alone. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, or Google Plus. Airplanes and Dragonflies is not responsible if you do not receive your prize.

37 comments:

  1. i would pick the Pneumonia.
    my dd had that last year,not fun!
    kayleefaith1228@aol.com

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  2. I would choose ebola to give to my friend who is interested in the science of viruses!

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  3. I'd get the mosquito! These are hilarous!

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  4. I am subscribed via email:
    georgiabeckman123@gmail.com

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  5. Id pick the common cold or anthrax.

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  6. I am an email subscriber - jessamine_marie_tan_ricafort(at)yahoo(dot)com :)

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  7. I think I would pick the heart cell...Most my family has heart disease

    jbjovibaby at gmail dot com

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  8. I am a marine biologist and I JUST found out that I got into a graduate program. I would be BEYOND happy to win the Sea Sparkle microbe!

    That would kind make my month!

    Thanks!
    G

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  9. I'm an email subscriber. meltoole(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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  10. I'd pick the bed bug.
    mcfallsk8er(at)aim(dot)com

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  11. I would let my hubby choose. He loves GIANTmicrobes!

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  12. I like the brain cell. Very cute.

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  13. I like the waterbear.
    chandler_debby@yahoo.com

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  14. I signed up for your emails
    chandler_debby@yahoo.com

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  15. It would be tough to choose... maybe chicken pox or the plague.

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  16. I live norovirus, but i would probably let my son pick! thanks!

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  17. I would choose lyme disease, because it looks like a coiled snake.

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  18. I would get the mosquito

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  19. The "Bookworm" is my favorite. So adorable!!!

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  20. I'd probably get chicken pox.

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  21. I would choose the Red Blood Cell. These are so cute.
    Me4Wrest@gmail.com

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  22. I signed up for e-mail.
    Me4Wrest@gmail.com

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  23. I've been signed up for your email respect4thequeen@hotmail.com

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  24. I think I would choose the common cold.
    Michelle G.
    lovinhugs36 at hotmail dot com

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  25. I would choose meningitis!

    Marysa

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