Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Copy - Kids Eat Fruits and Vegetables Review and Giveaway! - CLOSED!

What is one major struggle with your kids?  If your kids are anything like mine, it's getting them to eat their fruits and vegetables.  I have a five year old little boy that I watch.  He is just about the pickiest eater I have ever met.  I have tried various fruits and vegetables to feed him at lunch time and he refuses most of them, complaining that he doesn't like it.  I can't even get him to try most things!  Sam is pretty good about eating all of his fruits, however vegetables are another story.  He will only eat corn and peas.  Why am I telling you all this?  Well, I had the privilege of reviewing a great new DVD entitled Copy-Kids Eat Fruits and Vegetables.  It's so simple really.  It's a DVD of kids eating their vegetables and fruits.  Kids like to copy what they see on television, so why now have them copy other kids eating fruits and veggies?  I must warn you though, make sure you have the fruits and veggies pictured in the video, otherwise you will be asked for them over and over again until you run to the store and buy them!  Sam even tried a bell pepper raw!  I couldn't believe that just by watching this DVD that he would choose to start eating his veggies!  As for the 5 year old boy that I watch, he has been making improvements too!  I got him to eat some carrots and oranges after viewing Copy-Kids Eat Fruits and Vegetables.  This DVD is a great tool for getting your kids to try those all important fruits and veggies!  This DVD has already been awarded with the Dr. Toy award and the prestigious MACT Excellence Award!

What is Copy-Kids?

A joy-filled video and an innovative tool for parents who want to get children to enjoy eating fruits and vegetables.

Copy-Kids is a media company producing video that encourages positive habits in young children, by watching and copying other kids. Copy-Kids unique content — DVD, online and TV — helps parents get their children hooked on healthy and positive habits.

Produced for children aged 6 months to 5 years, Copy-Kids innovative video is fun and compelling for both children and parents.

Copy-Kids launched in January 2012 with our first DVD — Copy-Kids Eat Fruits and Vegetables.

The DVD features 12 x 7 minute chapters, one for each of twelve fruits & veggies:

Apples – Avocado – Banana – Bell Pepper – Blueberries – Broccoli – Carrots – Cucumber – Orange – Raspberries – Strawberries – Tomato

Each chapters features several adorable and entertaining children aged 9 months to 4 years, eating with joy and delight. It’s a simple but revolutionary tool for parents who want their kids to develop a life-long habit of healthy eating. The DVD includes an on-camera discussion about healthy eating with renowned pediatrician Dr. Jay Gordon, plus a section of delightful outtakes.

Total Running Time: 115 minutes


You can purchase Copy - Kids Eat Fruits and Vegetables right here for only $19.95!


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lisa said...

My kids love ketchup on their veggies :)
GFC LisaMarie

Kris said...

I make funny faces out of them

Jennifer said...

i beg

Kristie said...

I eat fruits and veggies too so they follow my example. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Ashley R said...

We always include a fruit and vegetable at mealtime to encourage healthy eating.

aggcalifornia said...

I would love to win this for my daughter! Thank you for the awesome giveaway!


DC said...

We've actually taken my son for feeding therapy. It's helped A LOT, but he's still a bit of a problem. This sounds like a great idea!

awhartness said...

I get my grandchildren to eat their fruits and veggies by cutting different shapes of them using fresh fruit.

Diana said...

I always disguised them in other foods

Mama Bear said...

I eat them and lead by example.

Heather S. said...

Hide them in other foods.
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madlibs75 said...

I just keep on trying. I figure with repeated exposure he will eventually try them.

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agarner723 said...

Make them into pretty shapes, or blend them up and hide them in their food :)

Renee G said...

I cut them up in small pieces so that they can eat them with their fingers.

Brandi Elam said...

We just keep giving them veggies. We make them try everything at least once each time it's presented.

momma8385 said...

I buy yogurt with fruit.