Show Your Kids That You’re “Positively Proud” Of Them (Giveaway)

August 24, 2011 by Kailani  
Filed under children, giveaways

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to commentor #64: Jonathon!

Showing your child that you’re proud of them is one of the most important things you can do for them. This positive reinforcement helps them with their self-esteem and confidence which in turns helps them do better in school. That’s why I try to leave little notes and cards in my girls’ backpacks to show them how much I care.

Positively Proud is a company that’s mission is to Make Kids Feel Special. Our mission is achieved through careful selection of our products that all have positive messages imbedded in the product itself. We provide ways to communicate to your children that they are special and loved unconditionally. Take a look at our unique product line and you will see a collection of age appropriate products all geared toward daily encouragement and positive reinforcement.

I was recently introduced to this amazing company and received a variety of items from their product line:

Lunch Mail: I Believe In you – The Lunch Mail box contains 30 tiny cards. On the front you’ll find the words “I believe in you!”. On the back are 4 lines where you can write your own message. Inside is a different message for each card. For example, “Always remember that you are far bigger than anything that can happen to you!”

These cards are perfect to tuck inside lunchboxes or pockets because of it’s small size and Kacie loves lifting the perforated flaps to reveal the secret message. It’s like a secret that only the two of us share.

Kids Table Topics – These cards contain cool questions geared towards kids that will guarantee to make them talk to you. I mean, how could they not want to answer . . . “What would you do if you were invisible for a day?” or “What do you think parents have forgotten about being a kid?” I keep these cards near the dining room table and each of my girls get to pick one card at dinnertime. It’s made for some pretty interesting conversations!

Lunch Box Letters – Kids like when their parents take the time to write encouraging letter to them. This I know because Kacie is always writing letters to me and is thrilled when I write back to her. However, not all parents feel comfortable about putting their feelings into words so Lunch Box Letters is here to help. This book provides sample letters to get you started, topics that you can elaborate on, and lots of colorful pages to write your letters on. It’s a great little kit that provides you with everything you need!

Positively Proud Packet – This has got to be one of the coolest things I’ve seen. This packet contains Rewards, Stickers, Incentive Charts, Tokens, Notepaper, Lunch Mail, Postcards, and more are all organized in a handy multi-pocket mini folder. It’s such a great way to keep everything at your fingertips and easily accessible. I don’t know about you but the easier it is to use something the more likely I’ll be to do so. Some of my favorite items in this packet is the yellow rubber bracelet, a lunch bag that says “The Day Is What You Make It! Make It Magical”, and Good Time Tickets that the girls can redeem for special items. See what I mean? FUN!

So with school starting for most families, now is the time to start stocking up encouraging notes to get your kids off to a great start! Check out Positively Proud today! Get 15% off your next order by using the code blog15 at check out.

WIN IT!

Positively Proud has generously donated at $25 gift certificate for one lucky winner! To enter:

  • Just stop by Positively Proud before midnight, Sept 7th and check out their product line.
  • Then come back and mention which one is your favorite. That’s it!
  • A random winner will be selected and notified via email shortly thereafter.
  • The winner will then have 2 days to claim their prize.

To earn extra entries, you may do one or all of the following. Each one counts as an extra ticket but you must leave a separate comment for each one.

  • Subscribe to An Island Life’s feed.
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  • Tweet this giveaway (once daily).
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  • Place our button in your sidebar.
  • Mention this giveaway on your blog with a link back here.

This giveaway is open to US addresses. Good luck!

This post was written for Positively Proud who provided the item for review & giveaway. By entering this giveaway, you are acknowledging that you have read, understood, and agree to our disclosure policy.

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78 Responses to “Show Your Kids That You’re “Positively Proud” Of Them (Giveaway)”
  1. 51
    Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

    I could certainly use these cards. I think the Postcards / Lunchcards Riddle are cute. My son would get a kick out of them.
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    Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

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  7. 57
    Cori Westphal says:

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  8. 58
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  14. 64
    Jonathon says:

    I like the stickers.

  15. 65
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  16. 66
    MrsVeeVee says:

    I like their books, especially the “I Love..” books.

  17. 67
    MrsVeeVee says:

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  18. 68
    MrsVeeVee says:

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  19. 69
    AMY W. says:

    I like the I Love You cookie cutter.

  20. 70
    AMY W. says:

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  21. 71
    AMY W. says:

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  22. 72
    acmommy3 says:

    I like the Magic Washcloths, the I Love You message stand, and the Foodoodler Markers. :-)

  23. 73
    Lily Kwan says:

    The Large Chocolate Candy Bouquet looks very nice!

  24. 74
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