VTech Innotab 3S Learning Tablet #giveaway 11/20 US

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My UnEntitled Life 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 HERE

Children love to emulate what all the adults are doing. Mine always wanted to be on the computer or now on my iPad. Why not try to enter to win a tablet that’s just for them. It’s the right size with the right apps and a great learning tool too. Enter to win this learning tablet below! 

If 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 7 p.m.

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 and Good Luck.

 
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  1. Jenny says:

    I think communication with my kids is the most important thing to keeping them safe. They have to feel that they can talk to be about anything.

  2. Sonya Morris says:

    I try to talk to them BEFORE we get out of the car, or house about staying close to me. I am a worry wart and overthink too many things. If my older girls go out, they get a safety talk before they leave.

  3. amy pugmire says:

    I teach them to be safe by holding their hands and looking both ways while we cross the street. I teach them about strangers and other dangerous things.

  4. Jill H says:

    I am teaching my 6 and 4 year old to always listen to their heart and if something feels wrong, then don’t do it. I also tell them they can tell me anything and I won’t get mad as long as they don’t lie. I will e teaching my 2 and 9 month old the same in a few years.

  5. every monday we have what we call “family home evening” its religious in nature, where we have a lesson, activity, treat etc. its a great time for these lessons to be taught in a family setting. we actually decided to homeschool because i have become increasingly worried about the goings on with kids at school and safety. i know you can’t avoid it forever, but they are young and I feel I need more time with them to instill good morals and lessons and protect their innocence as much as I can…
    okay, maybe im getting a little off topic…but its important for parents to play in active role in their childrens life with lots of communication
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

  6. Vikki Billings says:

    We are teaching our children to always be aware of their surroundings, and letting them know if they feel uncomfortable then they need to tell someone. We also let them know that just because you know someone it does not give them the right to make you feel uncomfortable, its not just a talk about strangers.

  7. Wild Orchid says:

    I am teaching my son to be safe by letting him know about what dangers are around him all of the time. I think repetition is key, and also communication so that children learn to think about these things on their own eventually.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  8. Brande says:

    We are working on stranger and not to go near them.

  9. Ashley T. says:

    I teach my little boy to be safe by being open and honest with him, we introduced stranger danger. His school works with him a lot. TY!!!

  10. Kelly D says:

    I am always giving them tips and examples on how to be safe as we encounter various situations and quizzing them on what to do

  11. I teach them to be safe by showing them examples of what kind of things are harmful to them and telling them not to touch it or go near it. 🙂

  12. Ashley S. says:

    I remind them over and over of things they should know to keep them safe so it will be engrained in their heads when I am not there. I also teach by example, so they will follow what I do and learn from me.

  13. Dawn Monroe says:

    I teach my grandkids about stranger danger and online safety.

  14. Nikki Elkins says:

    We teach her about not talking to strangers, when crossing the street to look for cars, just being a role model everyday in her life.

  15. Kristy Hughes says:

    I just try to remind them as much as possible the things they need to know. Whenever something happens I use it as a teaching moment.

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