Are you a Flintobox customer? Has your child or a child you know used Flintobox? Well, here’s an excellent chance to showcase your child’s Flintobox creations for the entire world to see! All you need to do is take a video of your child showcasing his/her Flintobox creations and share it with us — and we’ll celebrate your child’s accomplishments with Flintobox!
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Want to be a part of this? Here’s what you need to do:
1) Take out your phone and shoot a video in Landscape Mode [____] like the image below
— Where your child showcases his/her Flintobox creations and activities
— And explains what he/she learnt from them (for younger kids, parents can explain along with the child)
Please Note: Video entries that merely capture the child playing and engaging with the activity will not be valid.
Want a video for reference? Take a look at Saesha showcasing her Flinto creations!
2) Post the video as a comment in this Facebook post
3) Tag 5 friends in the comment
4) First 30 entries that follow all the above points, will win 1 free Flintobox each!
5) Winners of February Flintobox...
WeCool has announced two new product lines in the form of Compound Kings and Bobble Bitz, which it debuted at New York Toy Fair last month.
“We are excited to tap into the explosive growth of the squishy compound that kids just can’t get enough of and which is all the rage on social media, racking up millions upon millions of views,” said WeCool CEO Jeff Osnato.
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“Kids are rubbing an eraser across their skin while having to do or say something,” the post continues. “It's causing serious burns and we've seen several cases of this at EIMS.”
School-age children burning themselves with erasers may be nothing new; several commenters on the post recall engaging in similar antics when they were younger. But thanks to the challenge’s spread on social media, as Today reported, it’s getting new attention and reaching a wider audience of vulnerable kids.