I have always been a reader. Always! When waiting at a restaurant, or sitting in the sun, I would rather read a book than use my smartphone. Since becoming pregnant, I had hoped to instill that in my children. Reading has so many benefits that will stick with you forever! To me, there is nothing more beautiful than a new book, you should see the “candy store” look on my face when I go to the bookstore. Now, at 2 1/2, Maggie will ask me to “play books”. Learning to read, as well as understanding what you are reading is something that will benefit a child from the early ages, on through adulthood. Getting those brain wheels turning and encouraging even more learning can all be gained from books. I love that she is already learning to read! It is amazing and awesome!!!
To support that brain development, Nordic Naturals has developed a unique Omega 3 to boost your child’s overall health, as well as supporting their ability to learn. Keri Marshall, Chief Medical Officer at Nordic Naturals states:
“Supporting learning in children has always been a passion for us at Nordic Naturals,” notes Keri Marshall, Chief Medical Officer for the company. “Omega-3s have proven themselves as important building blocks not only for overall health in children but in supporting a child’s ability to learn. We are proud to be associated with Save the Children and to support their meaningful work to improve childhood literacy in this country.”
From July 1st – September 30th, $1 will be donated to Save the Children for every bottle sold at RETAIL STORES of the following Nordic Natural’s products: Baby’s DHA, Children’s DHA, Omega-3.6.9. Junior, Ultimate Omega Junior, and Nordic Berries.
How do you encourage your children to read? What is your favorite book to read together?
One lucky winner will receive 1 box of Omega-3 jellies, Nordic Naturals coloring book, and a Children’s Swag Bag – ARV of $35! Open to US. Ends at 11:59 pm EST on August 19, 2013. Good luck!
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