GIVEAWAY:

“Ruby’s Studio: The Feelings Show” Giveaway!

Here’s your chance to win a copy of the children’s DVD that everyone is talking about:  we will be giving away five (5) copies of “Ruby’s Studio: The Feelings Show”on Friday December 17th!

“Ruby’s Studio: The Feelings Show” helps preschool-aged children learn to recognize, express and move through their feelings. Join Ruby on a fun, magical journey through art projects, animation, original songs and hilariously insightful interviews with real kids! Watch the show trailer here.

You have until Thursday December 16 at 11:59pm PST to enter and winners will be chosen during a random drawing on Friday, December 17. Here’s how:

To Enter:

1.  Share your parenting thoughts! If a kids’ TV show could teach your child one thing, what do you wish it would it be? You can either leave a comment here at themotherco.com or on our Facebook page.

To Enter more than once:

2.  Follow @TheMotherCo on Twitter and give us a mention.

3.  Subscribe to The Mother Company newsletter.

4.  Like us on Facebook.

5.  Give TMC and “Ruby’s Studio” a shout out on your Facebook page.

6.  Mention our giveaway or products on your own blog.

And don’t forget to mention our Holiday Sale! Just $14.99 for the”Ruby’s Studio:  The Feelings Show” DVD until the end of December!

Enter once; enter often – we look forward to selecting five lucky winners on Friday!

*This giveaway ends at 11:59pm PST on December 16th 2010
**This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only

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Comments (6)

  1. Leah

    It would be nice if the young ones could learn to express when they are tired and ready for a nap 🙂

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  2. Wendy

    I would love a show about separating. Mommy needs her baby to go to school, so that Mom can have some space to herself to do the things she needs to do.

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  3. Melanie Goldstein

    I wish a TV show could teach my daughter how to go to sleep with less fear and fighting.

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  4. sara spears

    I would love a show about using a potty that would inspire my little girl to always use the big girl potty.

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  5. Crystal Keyzer

    I would like a show to help my child understand how to deal with their frustrations. And how to not smack their siblings!!! 😉

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  6. Anna

    i love what you have done with this show, especially the felted wool animation…cutest thing ever!

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