Mornings are always a bit WILD around our house as we try to get dressed and out the door for school. Our current struggle? My kids don’t want to eat breakfast anymore. I’m always reminding them to sit down for a few minutes and eat something – anything – before they leave.
I just received a new box of goodies from Barbara’s as one of their Mom-Tourage Blog Ambassadors that will help me with this daily battle. Barbara’s Bakery makes an entire line of Non-GMO, wholesome cereals that my kids actually like. My daughter loves the wild animals on the boxes, her current favorite is the little fox on the Chocolate Chip Snackimals. Now my kids can make interact with these animals online with Barbara’s Wild Rewards program.
To watch this video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/n7Bh1N3LXXw
Their new interactive wildlife education platform, Barbara’s Wild Rewards, is designed to make it fun and entertaining for kids and families to learn about endangered and imperiled species while earning points and prizes. Wild Rewards is their new loyalty reward program. You can start earning points today just for signing up for their program, watching videos about wild animals, and playing games online. You can earn even more rewards by referring friends and uploading receipts from recent Barbara’s purchases. The more your kids eat and play, the more they earn!
With your Wild Rewards you can adopt a puffin or elephant, earn a kids activity book, earn fun plush toy animals, or redeem them for coupons for more Barbara’s Bakery products. The Barbara’s Wild Rewards program is open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, who are 18 years or older at the time of participation. For more information, full rules and regulations, and to sign up for Barbara’s Wild Rewards visit: https://wildrewards.barbaras.com/
We’ve just started earning rewards and have 550 points. My daughter is saving up to adopt an elephant with her points. Do your kids enjoy breakfast? Do you have to encourage them to eat or do they eat whatever you put in front of them?
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as part of the Barbara’s Bakery Mom-Tourage Blog Ambassador program. All opinions are my own.
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