This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Mott’s®.
We are gearing up for summer vacations, but it is important to keep our children happy and healthy all season long. Whether it is with healthy habits like wearing sunscreen or sharing healthy snacks, there are certain tips that you should use this summer to encourage growth among your children. We recently visited my son’s kindergarten open house, and it was a complete eye-opener on all of the tasks that we could do this season to get him ready for school. Summer may feel short, but it is just long enough to enjoy family time and continue learning with your child!
How to Keep Growing All Summer
Prepare healthy snacks. Just because it is summer doesn’t mean that you should share the sweet treats. A tasty afternoon snack or an addition to your child’s summer camp lunch box from Mott’s can help! Start strong with Mott’s juice and sauce!
Mott’s offers a variety of sizes and flavors, so it is perfect for summer snacking on the go. Mott’s juice items are located in the juice section of Walmart while Mott’s sauce items are located in the apple/fruit sauce sections.
Mott’s is full of real fruit goodness and is an excellent source of vitamins to help your little ones start strong and grow strong! No matter the occasion, Mott’s helps your kids be healthy, whether its school lunches, daytime snacks, or family meal time.
Track growth. This year, Mott’s and Walmart want to help you track your child’s growth and ensure that all children are given the chance to grow up big and strong.
Here’s How You Get Your Growth Chart:
- Buy $10 worth of Mott’s Juice or Sauce at Walmart
- Register for the offer on www.Motts.com/Walmart
- Upload receipts on www.Motts.com/Walmart now thru 9/15/2017
- The growth chart will be mailed to your home once receipts have been verified.
When you receive your growth chart, you can encourage your children to get excited about their summer growth! Track their height at the beginning and end of the season.
Other Summer Growth Tips
- Make sure your child learns your phone number.
- Practice tying shoes to get ready for the school year.
- Read one book a day.
- Visit the library once a week.
- Practice swimming.
- Do one creative craft a week (like a simple finger painting or make your own play dough).
How do you prepare for summer growth? Are you doing any exciting activities this summer?