Stonyfield and The Lorax (Giveaway)

April 15, 2012 by  
Filed under food, giveaways

What does Stonyfield and The Lorax have in common? They both believe in doing everything they can to save the environment.

That’s why YoKids Greek Yogurt has teamed up with Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax to help spread the word that we all must do our part to ensure the future of the world around us. To do this, they’ve set up a website where kids can play a Lorax-themed game and parents can print out money saving coupons as well as enter a sweepstakes where winners will receive a Lorax-themed Eco Goody Bag!

The game is actually pretty cool! Just match the pictures to reveal Planet Protector Tips which shares the ways that you can get involved to protect our beautiful planet. It’s a great way to educate the kids and get them involved, too!

With 6 grams of protein and an excellent source of calcium made with low-fat organic milk, YoKids Greek is perfect for meal or snack time. And, as the only organic Greek yogurt available for kids, YoKids Greek provides families a quality product produced without the use of toxic persistent pesticides, antibiotics, growth hormones, genetically engineered ingredients, or artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.

courtesy of Stonyfield

We’re currently waiting for YoKids Greek Yogurt to make it’s way to a local grocery store and when it does we will be sharing our thoughts about the product with you. Stay tuned!

Until then . .


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Owner of An Island Life. A flight attendant and mother to 3 beautiful girls. . . living a blessed life in Hawaii.
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63 Responses to “Stonyfield and The Lorax (Giveaway)”
  1. 51
    Lisa says:

    We are currently teaching them what to recycle and why we should turn off lights and electronics when they are not in use.

  2. 52
    mary gardner says:

    by teaching them to recycle

    marygardner49 at aol dot com

  3. 53
    Holly hook says:

    Teaching kids about saving the environment can be as simple as turning off the lights when you leave the room and not using more paper or napkins than you really need.

    • 53.1
      Pascale says:

      I would like to win the pushpin set to use with my asiiuttc son. He needs some more activities to work on his fine motor skills and this would be wonderful. We were fortunate to be able to have our two oldest boys participate in a montessori program. I would like to be able to give our other son the same opportunity at home.

    • 53.2
      Margine says:

      Thank you for both the offer of the giveaway and the wiarnng about the push-pins! I have been leery about using them, but thankfully not had a major issue with them. I did not realize these materials were available and they are definitely on my list of must-haves now!

  4. 54
    Lorayne Gothard says:

    we talk to our kids about not wasting things and also we recycle

  5. 55
    Lisa L says:

    I talk to my son about garbage that goes into landfills and why we should recycle

  6. 56

    I always take them to the recycling center once a month with a load of recyclables :)

  7. 57
    Laurie Emerson says:

    They each help with sorting everything we recycle and we all go together as a family to the Recycle Center every Saturday.

  8. 58
    DanV says:

    I teach my children about saving the environment by talking about the Earth and appreciating nature.

  9. 59
    Betty Curran says:

    We teach by example and explain why we are recycling and unplugging appliances.

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