#FrubesMoves Dance Off Challenge

Frubes have long been a favourite brand with my children since they were toddlers as they are an easy to eat small portion that’s so handy to take out and about.  Available in Strawberry, Red Berry, Peach, and Banana flavours, they contain vitamin D and calcium for strong bones so are ideal snacks for children to have on the go.


Frubes have partnered with the latest family film of the year, The Angry Birds Movie, and created a fun dance off between the Angry Birds and the mischievious pigs who are enemies in the film.  You can hop on over to the Frubes website to play the dance off and battle between them.

My children love a dance, particularly 6yr old Mister B who loves to show us his moves, so along with big sister Miss M they set about showing each other their moves before enjoying a Frubes tube to re-energise!


Dancing is a great way to burn off energy and also a lot of fun.  I find whenever I put some music on, my two like to get moving.  We also highly recommend Frubes as a tasty after snack, in fact my children enjoy them at any time of the day, but being healthy I don’t mind.

If you pick up a pack of Frubes now in the supermarket, you’ll have a chance to enter their fantastic competition for families to win the chance to head to the Bahamas for a fun-filled island holiday to spot exotic birds and swim with pigs!  Just look out for the unique code inside the box. The competition includes a weekly draw to win a whole host of Angry Birds Movie merchandise, with a grand prize of a family holiday for four to spend six nights in the Bahamas!

This post is an entry for BritMums’ #FrubesMoves Linky Challenge, sponsored by Frubes



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  1. Great post. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part

  2. Dance Competitions Orlando says:

    Dancing is an excellent form of exercise for children that combines physical activity with creativity and fun. It helps children develop strength, coordination, and flexibility while improving cardiovascular health. Dancing also promotes cognitive skills, rhythm, and body awareness, making it a holistic activity that enhances both physical and mental well-being in children. So let the music play, and watch as your child dances their way to a healthier and happier lifestyle.

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