VTech InnoTab 3S Learning Tablet Giveaway! (11/6 - 11/20)

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Frugal Mom and Wife is pleased to join in this giveaway that is being hosted by Tammie's Reviews, Giveaways and More and Life Simply Fabulous and sponsored by VTech. You can read Tammie's review of the product HERE and her review of the VTech Kid Connect App HEREIf you have children, Then you know the need to keep them to keep them safe no matter where they are and that includes being safe on the internet. With the VTech InnoTab 3S Learning tablet, You can now do that and more.

1 reader will win a VTech InnoTab 3S Learning Tablet.
This giveaway will be live from 11/6 to 11/20, starting and ending at 5 p.m.CT
This is open to residents of the U.S. only.
Winner must be 18 years of age or older. The winner will be chosen from Random.org. 
 All entries will be verified.Winner will be notified by email. Winner will have 48 hours to respond to the email. Complete terms and conditions are on the Widget. Even if you enter on other blogs, keep in mind that there is only allowed 1 prize and if you have won before you may be ineligible to win. 
Please enter using the easy Giveaway Tools widget below.
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Disclosure- Frugal Mom and Wife is not responsible for prize fulfillment. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media site. This giveaway is brought to you solely through awesome blogger and VTech.

24 comments :

  1. Stay close to Mommy, never talk to strangers and always obey Mommy and Daddy

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  2. I always tell my oldest who is 3 to always stay right next to me, listen to everything I say. She is overly friendly to everyone she meets and I have to explain to her that there are bad people out there and that she needs to be careful, not speak or go with strangers. Like I said before basically stay right next to mom or dad all the time no exceptions.

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  3. I try my best, my kids are cautious by nature and that has helped, they dont tend to run off. I have been talking to my daughter who is 6 about stranger danger, who she can share our phone number with, etc and its really scary when you think about it and start talking about it!

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  4. I try my best, my kids are cautious by nature and that has helped, they dont tend to run off. I have been talking to my daughter who is 6 about stranger danger, who she can share our phone number with, etc and its really scary when you think about it and start talking about it!

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  5. I think the key is good parenting, they see we are aware and vigilant and always have an eye on them and in a hundred little ways each day we tell them to be safe, watch out for this, careful you might get hurt etc etc and they learn from that

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  6. I watch my 3 year old grand-daughter while her parents work. We, talk about and practice stranger danger on a daily bases. When we are in stores I have taught her we look with our eyes now our .hands. We also make sure we wash our hands after using the toilet, and before and after every meal. We also work on kitchen safety since we spend so much time in the kitchen. She is very good about using anti bacterial after being in public places so we don't get sick and so we also don't make other people sick. She has such a big heart that she watches out for others too. I am blessed to get to spend so much time with her.

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  7. We do it by being good role models and care takers

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  8. We set limits and restrictions and don't currently allow internet access

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  9. i always monitor what my boys do since they are still young and constantly let them know what the right/safe thing to do is :)

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  10. We talk about who strangers are and when we are out and about especially in a crowded area we talk about what they should do if they get lost (look for another mom with small kids, a police officer, etc.).

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  11. We lead by example and we talk about how to stay safe as well as what to do in case anything were to happen.

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  12. We have a rule of holding hands in crowded areas and maintaining visual contact any time we are out in public. We have taught them that no matter how enticing something that a stranger offers may be, they are to talk to us before approaching anyone or taking something from someone they don't know.

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  13. stay close to mommy and always hold hands. never go outside alone. always look before crossing the street!

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  14. When we are out anywhere, I tell them that if they can't see my eyes, then they are not in the right spot. Meaning I can't see them.

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  15. stranger danger!

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  16. i make sure when she's with me, she's only around people who do the right thing.

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  17. Through constant reminding! We try to make it fun so they don't tune out. You truly can't be too careful out there and the effort will be worth the time if they remain safe :) Thanks for the giveaway! :) Happy Holidays!

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  18. always hold hands. always.

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  19. lead by example and I keep an eye on them all the time!

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  20. never run in parking lots. even if there are no cars.

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  21. i mainly just keep an eye on her!

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  22. always listen to the adults she knows and trusts. i always tell her we're not telling her not to do certain things because we're trying to upset her, its because we don't want her to get hurt or its not the right thing to do :)

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  23. We teach our kids to not talk to strangers, stay close to us when we are out, never give out their personal information, and never cross the road without an adult.

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