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*Closed* Tom’s of Maine Toothpaste Giveaway

by Freebies4Mom on November 17, 2009 11:43 am

Tom’s of Maine has a great selection of natural products including kids toothpaste! Tom’s of Maine gave me free samples for my kids to try, and I must say the yummy Silly Strawberry flavor was a big hit with them. Twenty lucky readers will win Tom’s of Maine Kids Toothpaste in Silly Strawberry (approximate retail value $2.95).

Brushing Kids Teeth with Tom’s of Maine
There are two varieties of kids toothpaste offered by Tom’s of Maine. The Children’s Anticavity Fluoride toothpaste is the only natural toothpaste to receive the ADA seal of acceptance. It comes in two flavors: Silly Strawberry and Outrageous Orange-Mango. The Children’s Fluoride-Free toothpaste comes in Silly Strawberry flavor only and it’s what my kids and I tried, thanks to Tom’s of Maine providing us with free samples. My kids loved the flavor, and I loved that it wasn’t super-sweet like most kids toothpastes. That’s because it’s flavored with natural fruit extracts. My youngest actually loved the new strawberry flavor so much he tried to brush his teeth twice the first time we tried it.

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Enter this Giveaway
This giveaway will close Sunday, November 22 at midnight (CST). I’ll announce the first name of the winner in a new post after the giveaway closes and contact the winners by email. I will draw the names of the winners by using the random number generator at Random.org from the eligible entries received. If a winner does not contact me within 48 hours by email, I will draw a new winner. This giveaway is only open to residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older. The winners will receive their prize directly from Tom’s of Maine.

You must complete this form to enter this giveaway. If you can’t view the entry form below click here. If you still can’t view the form, please email me with your complete mailing address and the subject line “Tom’s of Maine Giveaway”.

Because there will be 20 winners, I need to get your mailing address when you submit your entry. Your address will only be used to send you your prize if you win and will never be given or sold to anyone. Please enter this giveaway only once per household.

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Good luck and remember that you need to complete the form to enter this giveaway. You are welcome and encouraged to post comments here, but any comments will not be considered as entries in this giveaway. Just for fun, please leave a comment and share your silly or fun brushing rituals in your home? Sometimes we sing a “Brush your teeth” song when my kids brush and I was thinking we should revise our song to include “Silly Strawberry” too!

Thanks for entering and come back after Sunday, November 22 to find out who won!

Freebies 4 Mom Giveaway Disclosure: Tom’s of Maine sponsored this giveaway by providing three full-size toothpaste products for me to keep and twenty full-size toothpaste products to give away to randomly selected winners. I did not receive any other compensation from Tom’s of Maine for reviewing this product. My review is my honest opinion based on my own experience using this product, and is not reviewed or edited by Tom’s of Maine. For more information about how reviews and giveaways are conducted on Freebies 4 Mom, please read my Disclosure Policy.

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Hipster90 November 17, 2009 at 12:39 pm

We don't have a brush your teeth song, but we do have contests of who can stand on one leg the longest ๐Ÿ™‚

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Kirsten November 17, 2009 at 1:41 pm

We don't really have any silly routines (maybe I'll get some ideas here) but I do tend to make silly sounds as I help them brush their teeth. It gets them to laugh/smile which makes it easier to brush.

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Jenelle November 17, 2009 at 3:41 pm

My kids LOVE this toothpaste and are always trying to get me to let them brush their teeth. I never thought too much tooth brushing would be my problem.

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Jennifer November 17, 2009 at 4:02 pm

Silly question maybe..? You said you'd contact people by email if they won; I entered the contest – but there's no email field in the form… Maybe I'm not seeing the whole form?

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Pamela November 17, 2009 at 4:13 pm

No routines here…but I do keep toothpaste and toothbrushes here at my house for my grandkids. They love to brush their teeth and it is never a problem when we say it is time to brush. We get to brush first and then we let them brush.

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Anonymous November 17, 2009 at 10:09 pm

Brush, brush, brush your teeth, brush them nice and clean. Brush the tops, brush the bottoms, brush them in between! (Sing to the tune of Row Your Boat)

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Anonymous November 17, 2009 at 10:52 pm

thanks forthe chance to win! my daughter doesn't have teeth yet:) but will probably soon! so this would be a great start. – mary

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Anonymous November 18, 2009 at 8:02 am

My son's toothbrush plays the Indiana Jones Theme so I know he is getting the job done, but sometimes catches be off guard.

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Allison November 18, 2009 at 11:49 pm

We've done several things to get my kids to open wide! One of the things was "Show me your monster teeth" so they would roar and open their mouth. Another thing is saying there are "bad guys" on their teeth, and I sing the Superman theme song (from the old cartoons) while Superman (the toothbrush) swoops in and takes out those bad guys, complete with sound effects by me! Very silly, but it works.

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Tim November 21, 2009 at 1:00 pm

I have four kids that are 5 and under, so I am still brushing all of their teeth, instead of them doing it alone. I always use teeth brushing time as teaching time. I make up educational songs, teach them their books of the Bible, and teach them how to count in number intervals ( for example: 2,4,6,8, 10, 12…") so that they will already know their multiplication tables when we cover those in school. Anything I can think of new to teach them – I do it during this time. I have their undivided attention for two minute intervals, where they can't make a sound, and all they can do is listen to mom. ๐Ÿ™‚ They love teeth brushing time! – Allyson

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Tim November 21, 2009 at 1:01 pm

I have four kids that are 5 and under, so I am still brushing all of their teeth, instead of them doing it alone. I always use teeth brushing time as teaching time. I make up educational songs, teach them their books of the Bible, and teach them how to count in number intervals ( for example: 2,4,6,8, 10, 12…") so that they will already know their multiplication tables when we cover those in school. Anything I can think of new to teach them – I do it during this time. I have their undivided attention for two minute intervals, where they can't make a sound, and all they can do is listen to mom. ๐Ÿ™‚ They love teeth brushing time! – Allyson

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