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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Giveaway: Tooth Fairy 2 DVD from The National Children's Oral Health Foundation

Did you know that tooth decay is the #1 chronic childhood disease?  Sadly, millions of children are in pain, which interferes with their eating, sleeping and learning.  Even though it can be treated and cured, it can also be prevented.

The National Children's Oral Health Foundation (NCOHF), America's ToothFairy, wants to take a bite out of tooth decay.  They are dedicated to delivering oral healthcare to underserved children.  The provide preventive, restorative and educational oral health services to more than 600,000 children every year.  They hope to wipe out pediatric oral disease and improve the health and well-being for millions of kids.

You can help out, too.  You can learn more about taking part in good oral health practices with your children by signing up for the America's ToothFairy Kids Club.  Members receive personalized letters from the Tooth Fairy herself, as well as fun, educational activities each quarter.  It is free to sign up, but it would be great if you could support the organization by donating $10. 
Watch this fun message below from Larry the Cable Guy.

To help spread the word, NCOHF is giving away the Tooth Fairy 2 DVD to one of my lucky readers.  Just enter the easy Rafflecopter giveaway below.  It make take a few seconds to load.

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Disclosure:  NCOHF has provided me with the above information and giveaway prize.  I was not compensated for this post.

8 comments:

Real Life Deals said...

This is a great mvoie. Much funnie than I expected. Thanks for the chance to win!

Real Life Deals said...

No tricks. My daughter saw nannie mcfee years ago and is scared to death her teeth will look like that so she brushes diligently. My 2 boys? not so much lol

Michelle S. said...

No tricks, I'll be interested to see what everyone else's are!

kbauer74 said...

Sadly, sometimes I have to use bribery.

Maureen Timerman said...

No tricks, just part of their routine! Start young!

Debbie said...

with my 1 yr old we sing the brush your teeth song - also watching her older brother helps!

liberty boblett said...

My kids love to "swish" afterwards, so they will brush just so they can swish!

Austin Baroudi said...

Ny daughtera at the age where she love to do things by herself even though most of time she can't get it right. All I do is say time to brush and she goes, " I brush dada!" No problems at all with her brushing!
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