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31 Days of {Green!} Giveaways: Day#23

Welcome to Day #23 of our

31 days of {Green!} Giveaways

Today’s question: How do you “think outside the candy box”

*Attention Facebook fans: Please answer as a comment on our blog, not our Facebook page in order to be entered to win!*

Today is day #23 of our month-long, trick-or-treating party for parents!

Just knock on our door (AKA blog) each day, answer the daily question (in lieu of shouting, “Trick or treat!” – although you are totally welcome to write that as well) and you’ll be entered to win some absolutely fabulous, ever-so-eco-friendly prizes.

Today’s prize package is worth $35!

Preserve Jr
1 set of three Preserve Jr. Toothbrushes, $10 each Continental US only.

Today I Ate A Rainbow!
The Today I Ate A Rainbow kit gets your kids asking for fruits & veggies!  Kit contains: An interactive chart that uses colorful magnets to track daily consumption of a rainbow of fruits & veggies, a color coded shopping list and a children’s book called The Rainbow Bunch. $25  Open to Canada and the US.


Here’s how to enter:

1. Add your e-mail address to the comment login, below. (We cannot notify you if we don’t have your e-mail address!)

2. Add a comment (one per e-mail address) with your answer to the question above.

3. Comment must post before 11:59pm PST – TONIGHT

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Good luck & have FUN!

(& See you tomorrow )

Green Halloween® is a nationwide non-profit initiative started by mother-daughter team Corey Colwell-Lipson and Lynn Colwell. In 2010, Green Halloween became a program of EcoMom® Alliance and has events in cities across the U.S.



10 Responses to “31 Days of {Green!} Giveaways: Day#23”

  1. Theresa R Says:

    I love candy but gave up food coloring and artificial preservatives and the like. So I get only natural candies which are far more expensive, therefore I eat a lot less! We do a lot of fruit, fruit baked cobblers and muffins, and I am itching to make my own fruit leathers. I think our little one would love them.

  2. Amber Saxby Says:

    For Halloween I like to try to give something other than candy, but it still has to be a treat or kids will just toss them to the side! This year I found a cute box with temporary tattoos. I think they’ll be a hit!

  3. cathy Says:

    My preschooler actually thinks that trick or treating is get candy for dada. Dad takes it all to work the next day and nobody is sad about that!

  4. Ashley LLloyd Says:

    Since my son is so into candy I have decieded to trade him for his favorite treats lucky for me they are organic and he thinks their candy

  5. Chelle Says:

    I like giving something to do instead of always just something for their tummy. I like bubbles, temp. tatoos, bouncy balls, pencils, etc. I usually mix it with some sort of treat too.

  6. Robin O Says:

    Boxes or pouches of organic (dried) fruit are a great option–still sweet and kid-friendly but healthier than pure sugar!

  7. Alea Shinn Says:

    Pencils or little frisbees!! =)

  8. Michelle Simons Says:

    i dream in candy so when i think outside that box it goes right to sour pickles,hot cheetos and lots of hugs.

  9. Tom O Says:

    I like the idea of things that continue creativity past the day of costumes like stickers, crayons and pencils. They don’t even have to be Halloween themed just fun.

  10. monica Says:

    Congratulations to Cathy for winning Day #23 of our Green Giveaways.

    Thank you for all of your comments on how to “think outside the candy box”. Great treats!

    Visit us every day this month for more fun giveaways.