#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



Actimel For Kids Yoga Challenge

Actimel bottles of yoghurt drink are a firm favourite with my two children, they love the taste, they love drinking out of the little bottles and they love the characters on the bottles so when we were asked to join in with the Actimel Kids Yoga Challenge I knew they’d be up for it.

actimelThe challenge provided us with a booklet of ten yoga poses of which it suggests getting the children to do two each morning to wake them up and get them feeling ready for the day ahead.  Both my children were eager to do the yoga poses and tended to do more than two each morning as when they saw each other doing one, the other had to copy!

They did make me laugh trying out the moves, but they had a good go and really enjoyed themselves.  Yoga is very calming and helps to improve focus and concentration which is just what a child needs ahead of a day at school.

Here are my two demonstrating the Crescent Moon, Downward Dog, Aeroplane and Tree poses:

actimel 2After all their hard work each morning, they were rewarded with one of their favourite Actimel drinks.  They come in various fruity flavours although we love the strawberry ones. As well as yoghurt each drink is packed with billions of L.casei live cultures, fruit puree, calcium, vitamin D and protein.  They are great for pack lunches too, and I often include them in their school bag as a lunchtime treat.

actimel 3Why not get your kids in on the challenge and try out a couple of yoga poses each morning to get them feeling ready for the school day ahead?

We were sent some goodies/vouchers in exchange for sharing our yoga challenge with you.