Kids Fruit Fun and Learning [Sponsored by FruitsMax]

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A Kids Fruit Exploration…

When I was given the chance to learn about and try out FruitsMax, it got me thinking about how much fruit (or lack thereof) my picky eaters really eat.  Sure, they love their bananas and the occasional apple.  But if I’m being completely honest, the only other fruit we have on a regular basis is individually packed and processed.  So I thought it’d be fun to do a little Kids Fruit Exploration Fun.  Check it out…

Kids Fruit Learning and Exploration - Sponsored by FruitsMax at B-Inspired Mama

Kids Fruit Learning Through Exploration & eBooks

When the kids got home from school I set out a huge tray of all kinds of fruit.  Some they’d seen and tried before, and some I had never even tried!

Kids Fruit Exploration - Sponsored by FruitsMax at B-Inspired Mama

 

We had everything from the familiar bananas, grapes, and apples, to the unusual star fruit and prickly pear.  I let them at it; encouraging them to explore it by touch and smell.  I asked them leading questions, like which fruits look shiny?  Which ones feel prickly?  Which ones have you eaten and like best?  Which ones do you want to try? 

Kids Fruit Learning with eBooks - Sponsored by FruitsMax at B-Inspired Mama

 

Then we checked out an ebook about Fruit on the Kindle.  It was just a simple book with silly fruit pictures and words.  But the kids had fun finding the fruit on the tray that matched the fruit on the page.

Kids Fruit Cutting Practice - Sponsored by FruitsMax at B-Inspired Mama

 

Then we practiced washing and cutting the fruit.  It was great life skill practice for Priscilla especially!

Kids Fruit Exploration and Learning - Sponsored by FruitsMax at B-Inspired Mama

 

And FINALLY, we ate some!  We dug in.  The kids tried fruits that they’d never tried before.  And they liked some of the new ones, too!  I was definitely excited to be expanding the palate of my picky eaters!

FruitsMax is Great for Picky Eaters

Kids Fruit Learning - Sponsored by #FruitsMax at B-Inspired Mama

For those of you with picky eaters like mine, FruitsMax might be a good option for your kids.  It has a kids’ complete daily recommendation of fruit (with 21 unique fruits!) plus a helpful probiotic right in a chewable supplement.  And you don’t have to worry about any fillers or chemicals, because it’s made ONLY from fresh fruit – giving it tons of essential vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and antioxidant.  I don’t know about you, but I can’t offer a kids fruit tray like this one EVERY day, so FruitsMax sounds good to this busy mama!

Wanna try FruitsMax?  FruitsMax is giving the first bottle to customers FREE if you pay for shipping and handling. If you sign up for their monthly newsletter you will also get an additional 15% off. No promo code required. Just sign up here.  (Please note that by signing up for the free first bottle, you will be required to give your credit card information and be giving permission to have the next month charged and shipped automatically.  But you can cancel at any time before that happens if you’d like.)

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This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and FruitsMax but all my opinions are my own. Please see my disclosure policy.

About Krissy Bonning-Gould

Krissy Bonning-Gould is a former art teacher turned full-time mama of 3 who authors B-Inspired Mama to share inspiration for simple kids crafts, family recipes, learning fun, and creative parenting.

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