Saturday, January 31, 2009

All aboard! If you want one toy that will occupy your tot for hours upon hours, invest in a train table and then spruce it up with the Talking Railway Series from Learning Curve. Amazing engine recognition technology brings the world of Thomas to life with personalized greetings from Sir Topham Hatt himself. The Great Discovery Set ($150) includes the Great Waterton Station and Morgan’s Mine, Stanley and Thomas engines, and additional train tracks.
Pretty pricey but you can slowly add on to the set.
Sunkist is giving kids portable stands so they can make charitable lemonade. The citrus giant is making a sweet deal with children aged 7 to 12 — sell juice from a portable stand they ship and then donate the proceeds to a good cause. Their Take a Stand campaign recruited more than 15,000 kids from the United States and Canada in 2008.

The company plans on sending out 20,000 more stands this year. If your youngster wants to be part of this Summer project, fill out an online application. Tips for running a profitable business and thirst quencher recipes can also be found on the site.

Sign up online instead of the mail-in form. You can receive your first 5 movies for 20cents if you order online. So I paid $1 for 5 disney movies. You are committed to buying 4 in the next 2 years. I have my 5 movies and I only paid $1. No shiping charge either!

bobbi brown's brights eye palette
it has 35 matte shades for $70.00

1 comment:

Caryn said...

I loved Disney Movie Club. The best part is after you fulfill the four you can cancel your membership and sign up AGAIN and get the 5 movies for a buck! The guy at Disney told me to resign up when I called to cancel- sweet huh?