Monday, June 5, 2017

Genuine, Adventurous Family Time Takes Just 30 Minutes A Week With My Gnome On The Roam #Giveaway

Have you noticed that gnomes are popping up all over? They were spotted on the shelves at the International Storytelling Center and Fairytales Bookstore in Nashville, TN. It might be because one Tennessee educator swears that a gnome in the home can change the family dynamic for the better! Specifically, spend 30 minutes a week with My Gnome on the Roam, a DIY gnome that arrives in a packed suitcase. 

As the website,  describes, “no adventure is too big or too small. You might travel halfway across the world or stroll to the duck pond in the park across the street. Don’t forget to take a picture! 
Like the phenomenon of Flat Stanley, the paper doll sent to friends and families to track and photograph “his” adventures, the Gnome-to-be-named is encouraged to tag along and explore the world beyond a child’s bedroom.  Families looking for a daily connection now have an App for that! Available on Google Play and Apple App (iTunes) stores, My Gnome on the Roam app offers daily inspiration for building family "together time" into even the busiest days. In as little as 15 minutes, grownups can build stronger, happier and deeper connection with the kids while encouraging creativity and exploration. Transform family time into an art form! Google Play’s April 2017 app requires Android 4.0 and up. The May 2017 iTunes app is compatible with iOS 7.1 or later on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. 
Gnome Suitcase  $29.97 - Open the clasp and enjoy a copy of the My Gnome on the Roam ® book, a blank-paged journal waiting to be filled, one DIY customizable gnome and a magical pen to help turn adventures into stories and ultimately, memories. Families will also have access to the exclusive adventure app, My Gnome on the Roam: 15 Minute Adventures for Busy Families. As the Gnome roams coast to coast, shoppers can pick up a kit at The Little Toy Shop in New Orleans, Brilliant Sky Toys locations and many other small retailers. Ages 3+. 
This is such a cool idea, a great way to get kids interacting and using their imagination. I love the idea of flat Stanley, and my daughter has done that project s few times at school.. But the My Gnome on the Roam is even more awesome! To be able to really dress up this 3D little gnome makes traveling and finding photo ops for him even more fun! 
One of Susan’s Disney Family readers will win their very own Gnome Suitcase! Would you like to enter? Please let me know, what’s your favorite adventure you take with your gnome? There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

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Unknown said...

My son loves cooking so the Grome would go on adventures in the kitchen to try making foods from different countries.

VickieC said...

I think my grandson would it to his brothers ballgame,he like sports but has to go watch his brother or at least be there

Wendy ArtsyChaos said...

How fun it this!! We could take him traveling, on the local road trips we take!

Shane A said...

My niece would take it to tumbling class!

Leela said...

A trip to the yard!

stacy said...

a trip to a video arcade

amyd16323 said...

i would take this to the beach or the park with us

Clair Shumack said...

We go geocaching so we're always finding new adventures and places to go! He could definitely be our mascot!

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