This post and party were sponsored by ACT Kids Toothpaste, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
With 5 kids running around here, there are a lot of teeth to try and keep clean! As a mom, I feel like I’m constantly chasing after one of them reminding to brush their teeth twice a day. I know I’m not alone in that battle! For us, the biggie is brushing long enough. My children want to take about 10 seconds away from play to brush their teeth and that’s simply not long enough.
According to a recent survey, 35% of moms saying getting their kid(s) to brush their teeth is one of their most frustrating daily battles!* I completely relate to those results!
New ACT Kids Toothpaste is now available at a variety of retail locations, including Walmart, Walgreens, and Target locations. ACT Kids Toothpaste is available for kids ages two years on up in fun bubble gum and fruit punch flavors.
We were recently chosen to host an ACT MommyParty as a way to share information regarding tooth care with a few of our dear friends.
ACT was very gracious and sent us a fun goodie bag for each child that included a toothbrush, ACT Kids Toothpaste, a tooth eraser, and a tooth brushing timer. All the moms were thrilled with the toothbrush timer since it helps create a visual for the kids to know when they have brushed long enough.
During the party, we were able to have lunch with our friends. Afterward, all of the age-appropriate children could try out their new toothbrush and ACT Kids Toothpaste and also the ACT Kids Anticavity Rinse. The ACT Kids Anticavity Rinse is indicated for kids ages 6 and older.
We talked about keeping our teeth healthy and played fun games to remember which food items are good for teeth and which ones are more likely to cause cavities. These kids were smart! They know what foods are good and which ones could cause issues! ACT had even sent a fun matching memory game for the kids.
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*This survey was sponsored by Sanofi Consumer Healthcare and conducted online using Toluna’s QuickSurveys methodology between February 13, 2017 and February 14, 2017 among 1,150 moms with children between the ages of two and twelve in the USA. Respondents for Toluna QuickSurveys are selected from among those who have agreed to participate in Toluna Surveys.
Toluna’s SmartSelectTM methodology was used to promote sample representativeness. SmartSelect relies on statistical matching rather than probability sampling to select survey respondents, based on demographic, attitudinal and behavioral characteristics that match those of the target population. Figures for age, gender, region, race/ethnicity, education and income are also weighted to bring them into line with their actual proportions within the population. Because the sample is based on those who agreed to participate in Toluna surveys, no estimates of theoretical sampling error can be calculated.