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GIVEAWAY: Kimochis-Toys with feelings inside! 5 Winners! -CLOSED

Review by Aimee
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When we got our cute Kimochi toy "Cloud", I was so excited to show my kids.  My little boy, likes it, but my daughter LOVES it.  She is a little older so I think she gets how cool it is.  Here is an overview of the product:
"Plushy Feely Corp.,  creator of the award-winning Kimochis...Toys With Feelings Inside, provides children, parents and educators with playful tools for learning to identify and express feelings.  When kids can communicate their feelings effectively, they develop positive social skills that lead to lasting friendships and success in all aspects of life.  Kimochis build confidence and character...one feeling at a time."
These toys are very cute.  My kids love how you can turn around the head to reveal ether a smiley face or a frowny face.  Its also fun for them to put the "happy" key chain inside of the toy's pouch. What kid doesn't like to put things in pockets? The toy also comes with a little comic book to enjoy with your little ones.

Win your own Kimochi with key chain and comic book from Kidtoons! Just in time for Christmas! :)

5 Readers will win- Kimochi: Toys With Feelings Inside!

Giveaway will end Wednesday, December 14th at midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  No compensation was received.  Prize packs sponsored by Kidtoons.  Email addresses will be deleted after giveaway.  Your privacy is important.  US residents only.
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Kim Barnes said…
I tweeted and facebooked this giveaway.

https://www.facebook.com/kimmiebarnes4/posts/121254431321965

https://twitter.com/#!/jakeremom/status/142372618455089152

Kimmie Barnes
shawnandkim@suddenlink.net
jakeremom--twitter and GFC
d schmidt said…
Tweeted

https://twitter.com/#!/mummytotwoboys1/status/142450259824607233

mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com
ossmcalc said…
I tweeted about this giveaway https://twitter.com/#!/ossmcalc/status/145776559360458752

Shared on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/#!/womackcm/posts/2567109231397

Thank you,

Christine Womack
womackcm@sbcglobal.net
Blue Seahorse said…
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Thank you for the lovely giveaway!
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