Celebrating Children’s Day/ El Dia del Niños with Kellogg’s

When I was a child, I never celebrated Children’s Day.  It is a traditional holiday that I didn’t know existed.  But now that I know about it, I think the concept of Children’s Day is wonderful.  The holiday is celebrated on various days each year all around the world for different  reasons but all child-related.

Whether it’s for Save the Children foundation or to recognize the needs or rights of children, it’s a great way to protect the future of the world.  For instance, Children’s Day or El Dia del Niños is celebrated on April 30th in México. It’s a day where they can wear shorts or a colored shirt or have a day off of school.  In other countries, the day is celebrated on other days as well.

Since I never celebrated Children’s Day as a child, I think I can take the pledge in making every day Children’s Day for the sake of my children.   As a mother of three children, I believe it’s my duty to make sure my children are safe, healthy, protected and eat a well-balanced meal.

Kellogg’s understands the value of breakfast because as we all know; it’s the most important meal of the day.  My kids are starving when they wake up so it’s important for me to have cereals in my pantry for a quick and easy meal.  It’s perfect for the mornings when I don’t feel like making a huge breakfast, which is often at my house.

Cereal is a popular breakfast in the United States. In fact, 82 percent of women and 79 percent of men in the U.S. start their day with a cereal breakfast.

A study of 467 U.S. school children found higher intakes of vitamins A and E, iron, and B vitamins in those who consumed breakfast than in those who skipped the meal. The breakfast skippers – 16 percent of the children in the study – were less likely to achieve even two-thirds of their recommended daily intake for vitamins and minerals.

I’m ecstatic that Kellogg’s is having a promotion that is giving us moms and dads an opportunity to celebrate Children’s day/ El Dia del Niños with a FREE trip to the movies.

Here’s how Kellogg’s is making it easy for us to plan that free movie day:

  • Buy any three Kellogg cereals (8.7 oz or larger) or EGGO Waffles (6 count or larger) and receive a free kids movie pass (up to $7.50 value) with mail-in official order form.
  • The order form can be found on special packages of Frosted Flakes and Cocoa Krispies. Tear Pads are also available in the cereal aisle or from an EGGO freezer cling.

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Disclosure:  I am participating in a blogging program from the Kellogg’s Company and Latina Bloggers Connect.  This post will make me eligible to win a $35 payment.  Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.

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