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We’ve been hitting temps in the high 90’s and into triple digits for the last couple weeks. It is summer and we do live in the desert, but that is just TOO hot! We’ve been trying to find ways to stay cool and have fun. With my two active little guys, that means we can’t stay cooped up inside for too long!
Like most kids, my boys love Otter Pops. And since Otter Pop are made from real fruit juice – some varieties contain as much as 100% fruit juice – and contain no major allergens, I can give them to my kids with no worries. Even my 18-month-old can hold his own with an Otter Pop and need minimal clean up.
We always seem to go through the lime ones first – green is my four year old’s favorite color and the lime flavor is one of my favorites! I also love the blue raspberry. Otter pops are easy enough to throw in a cooler and take to the park for a cool treat. We love to snack on them on the porch as we watch the happenings on our street. They are easy to share and my kids are always up for an Otter Pop. It’s fun to share things from my childhood with my children now!
You can meet the Otter Pop Stars on www.otterpopstars.com and learn more about the six tasty flavors in which Otter Pops are available. There’s music videos, do a little art project with the Otters, get creative and encourage your kids to use their imaginations and play with the Otters. Learn a few Spanish phrases, write a poem, learn to tell a fruit from a vegetable, or make a drum set, and more fun activities are available on the website. We’ve been brushing up on our Spanish, so the Spanish-phrases were fun to review with my four-year-old. We also did a color-mixing game with the colors of the Otter Pops. We made some fun, new Otter Pop colors, but the colors were quite interesting. Grape-Punch, anyone? Raspberry-Orange? Strawberry-Lime was my favorite combo…
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