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Friday, November 4, 2011

Big G Cereal Heroes Review & Giveaway! CLOSED

















Big G cereals and DC Comics have joined forces to create a powerful breakfast for you and some of your favorite little sidekicks. Available now, specially marked Big G cereal boxes will feature collectable DC Super Hero comic books starring members from the Justice League, from Batman to Wonder Woman to Green Lantern!




Each box will be packed with action, adventure, and delicious cereal, not to mention a cut-out DC Super Hero mask your child can use to help the Justice League fight crime at breakfast time!
  • Collect all four comics – there’s one in each specially-marked Big G cereal box - and you’ll instantly be the hero of your house

  • Participating Big G cereal include; Cinnamon Toast Crunch (17 oz.), Lucky Charms (16 oz.), Honey Nut Cheerios (17 oz.), Trix (14.8 oz.), Golden Grahams (16 oz.), Reese’s Puffs(18 oz.) and Cocoa Puffs (16.5 oz.)
Let Big G cereals and DC ENTERTAINMENT feed your family’s bodies and minds while also giving them a super start to their day! Visit www.BigGCerealHeroes.com for more information on Big G cereals and DC Comics.


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Our Thoughts:

Our family loved the cereals we were sent. We received Lucky Charms and Honey Nut Cheerios.  Of course they are some of the classic cereals, what better cereals to pair up with DC Super Hero Comics.
 Each of the cereals have that distinct freshness and flavor that is always nostalgic for me, as a child of the 80's and 90's these cereals were always the most requested in our house. I love it that Big G Cereals makes reading an important part of a healthy meal.  I am sure that your family will enjoy some of these tasty cereals and the bonus comic books as well!

The Giveaway:

One of my fabulous readers will win a Big G Cereal Heroes Prize Pack, that includes:

  • 1 box of a participating Big G cereal
  • 1 set of the collectable DC Super Hero comic books
  • 1 Green Lantern action figure

















  
Enter to win by leaving me a comment telling me how you use comics to promote children's literacy. (Mandatory-1 entry)
This giveaway ends on  Nov. 15th, 2011- 11:59 PM MST


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  1. We read them together,,an they love it to try to read the words too,their favorite is Superman

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  35. Well taking up comics can sneak in some lessons without that can make kids avid fans. These can replace an hour of video games or tv as well! (Christian N. Cnfc800@gmail.com)

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  40. We use them to get my son more interested in reading. Because it's not "chapter books" he'll pour through them and read them to me.

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  61. I read comics with my son. He reads most of it and I help him with the larger words. He just picked up the newest Batgirl comic and we are going to read it together tonight!

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  66. When my oldest first started to read, he had a big interest in comics (still does!) With all of the photos, and few words, he was able to decipher the stories easily. Since he really wanted to know exactly what was going on in each comic, he worked hard figuring out the words on his own and, with some of the more advanced comics, even learned some pretty tough vocabulary!
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  78. It started with my 80 year old parents reading to my children on sundays. And then taking them to the comic book store.

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  83. because I don't see my first comment. we read them together and then the younger kids make their own comic
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  84. I feel that anytime you READ to your child and they are interested in the story and the outcome, you build a natural curiosity for the next story! And eventually they do want to read them themselves.
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  90. I encourage my kids to read, period. As long as it is not inappropriate than so be it.I wouldn't care if they we reading the back of a cereal box as long as they were reading.

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