Monday, December 7, 2015

Monster N-Tune Headphones & Kellogg’s Team up to Empower our Kids & Keep them Excited for Learning #ColorITLoud #Giveaway Ends 12/15

“The featured product was provided free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% the opinion of the Coupon Savvy Sarah family.”


With the school season in full swing, Monster and Kellogg’s want to help your child stay excited about the school year while empowering their individual personalities. Have you noticed around this time of year the excitement of the new school year starts to wear off and our kids start to drag? I know it has with Rose! Monster and Kellogg's have shared a few ways to get your child excited again and ready to start each day with a great start. 


Your kid is unlike any other, so let’s promote their personality power. Here are a few top back pack basics sure to engage and inspire them to let their individuality shine!
  • Keep them satisfied. Whether they’re sassy and savory or super and sweet, pack them a smart snack to suit their personality and get their juices flowing. Smart snacks are baked, low in fat and available in pre-portioned, smart-sized packets. 
  • Creative catalyst. Inspiration can strike anywhere from the bus to the playground. Give your kids the tools they need to capture it with a small sketch pad and a supply of colored pencils.  Keep a compact set of supplies in their backpack so they put every idea to paper every time!
  • Music motivation. It doesn’t matter if your style is hip-hop, alternative or country, nothing defines your style and gets you moving like music. Monster N-Tune on-ear headphones brings your favorite music, movies and games to life with unmatched clarity and depth;  hand-tuned with precision and bass designed to blow you away. Their compact sleek colorful design completes any style and will fit perfectly in a backpack.
  • Stylish security blanket. Every kid has it, that one piece of clothing that makes them feel like a king or queen. Put that shirt, scarf or hat – whatever it is – into their backpack so they can easily sport it whenever they need an extra confidence booster at school!

Rose is now officially a teen and expressing herself as an individual is extremely important at this time with her age. She loves music and it helps provide an escape to her as she listens to it while doing homework or even just to relax and unwind. She loved the Monster N-Tune headphones - especially since wearing them helps tune out the background noise and lets her concentrate on what she is doing. She loved how lightweight and stylish they were as well. I like that they have their own carrying case and how compact they are so she can take them with us on the go. The Monster N-Tune Headphones are currently priced at $79.95 on Monster's website and have a MSRP of $129.95 (I found them on Amazon at a further discounted price) - they are very high quality and come in a wide array of colors to suit everyone's individual style!

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33 comments:

  1. We have a special box that contains a project for the day. It can't be opened though until our homework is done! It works like a charm!

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  2. We have a list printed with what needs to be done for the day. We also make electronic use a reward for getting work done!

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  3. My kids don't get rewarded for doing homework, but get paid a dollar for every A on their report card each quarter and fifty cents for every B. They know they have to keep up their grades to get paid at the end of the quarter.

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  4. We keep motivated by keeping learning fun! As an unschooling family, we enjoy learning together.

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  5. We play games with spelling words,natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  6. A pack of Pokemon cards for every A. that is a great motivator for my grandson

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  7. We play hide N seek with spelling words. We find the words and get points.

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  8. We make it fun, of course he is only 3, so homework is coloring, so it is easy right now ;)

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  9. After a quick snack we get to homework, only 30 minutes then a break

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  10. My daughter is really self-motivated, but my son needs a lot of extra pushing to get his work done. This past marking period, we had to take away all electronics. We also check his grades with him every day online to make sure he doesn't miss assignments!

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  11. I get them to do their work as soon as they get home...its still fresh in the head and then they have to whole night to do what they want

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  12. We do homework as soon they get home

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  13. We get everything ready at night so in the morning were not searching for things.

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  14. I work with my son and sometimes my husband will help too

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  15. My daughters are self motivated, so they just need some support from time to time

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  16. We get to sleep at a decent time and get enough sleep! :)

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  17. I help with my grandchildren , and we like to make breaks for them, so they do an hour of homework and they are allowed to watch tv for 30 minutes or sometimes we go outside and throw ball..

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  18. We stay motivated with rewards and organized with routines and schedules.

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  19. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)December 12, 2015 at 12:18 AM

    When our kids were in school, we would offer rewards for good grades. However, if there was an area they weren't doing well in, we would help them go through each of their assignments.

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  20. We stay on a schedule and offer rewards for doing good.

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  21. luckily my oldest is only in preschool, so there's not a whole lot of motivation that needs to be done. just keeping him busy until schools back in because he misses it so much! lol

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  22. We have a designated homework time and I use educational websites like ABC Mouse.

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  23. I try to motivate them by giving them tv time after they get their homework done!

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  24. Everything is a reward system. Gives them something to work toward and to be excited about.

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  25. My motivation for them has always been "the talk" about their grades being their own reward. That the grades do not reflect our future, but THEIRS. When we put that back into their own court they changed a lot. WELL, and a few heavy groundings without phone and car. Rewards would then BE the phone and car use, gas money and perhaps a special concert.

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  26. We stay motivated with rewards and organized with routines every weekday. On the weekends we do family fun stuff and go out to eat as rewards for keeping the grades and doing all homework.

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  27. My grandson is not in school yet, a couple of more years when Mom and Dad with have to deal with that. He is pretty good about getting up in the morning though.

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  28. My daughter has at least one homework meltdown a month. We do rewards at the end of each week that she doesn't have any homework problems!

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