National School Breakfast Week is March 3-7, 2014. It’s a great opportunity to educate every one of all ages about nutrition. Its emphasis, of course, is on how breakfast is an important start to the day. Motivators’ School Breakfast Week giveaways can help get your message out there.
As we all know, mornings can be a hassle. But this certainly does not mean it’s OK to skip out on the most important meal of the day! From eating a good, old-fashioned breakfast at home to picking something up from your grocery store’s grab-and-go section, there’s no excuse to miss breakfast.
Use promotional products as a stepping stone to educate kids (as well as adults) about the importance of nutrition and their first meal of the day. These items are great for promoting School Breakfast Week at your school, doctor’s office or library. Spread the word to everyone that breakfast is convenient, healthy and a real time saver!
1. “Feel Good. Eat Healthy.” Coloring Book
Giving out this coloring book is a great way to teach young children about the importance of breakfast and how eating healthy fuels the rest of your day. It educates through coloring and fun story lines — perfect for kids!
2. Wee Sport Drink Bottle
When you hear the word “nutrition,” you probably first think fruits and vegetables. I believe that staying hydrated is key to healthy eating. Drinking water daily helps keep you hydrated and full of energy, unlike sugary sodas and juices that can cause you to crash before the day is half through. Motivators’ Wee Sport Drink Bottle is perfect for the little ones who are learning about the importance of eating healthy and drinking enough water.
3. Apple Stress Reliever
“An apple a day, keeps the doctor away!” Teach children why fruits and veggies are so important by investing in stress reliever shapes! A favorite is our apple stress reliever. These serve as a wonderful reminder in the morning to eat your fruits and vegetables throughout the day. Plus, with one squeeze, they melt your stress away!
Will your school recognize National School Breakfast Week in 2014? If so, which School Breakfast Week giveaways will you use?