Frubes, the largest portable yogurt brand has joined forces with The Angry Birds to celebrate the must-see family film of the year – The Angry Birds Movie.
Not only is there an on-pack promotion which gives you the chance to win a whole host of Angry Bird merchandise in a weekly draw, there is a grand prize of a fabulous holiday for four to spend six nights in the Bahamas up for grabs too. The competition ends on 31st of October so you’ll need to get Frubes-Moving!
And to add to the fun, there is a great on-line game which involves a dance-off between the birds and those naughty pigs.
You simply choose a character and a style of music and you can challenge your friends and family to finally settle the question of who reigns supreme – birds or pigs?
Why not have a go at angrybirds.frubes.co.uk.
Frubes challenged us to show off our best FrubesMoves and get the kids dancing. Caitin and Ieuan love to dance and I think it’s an excellent way of getting kids to exercise in a fun way and to show off their creativity. There’s something about dance that unites people and lifts the spirit, even if you’ve got two left feet.
Caitlin has been studying ballet for the past three years and is taking her Grade 3 Royal Academy of Dance exam in November. Ieuan has his own unique set of moves too (rather reminiscent of a funky chicken in places rather than a bird or a pig).
Frubes are tasty squeezable yoghurt tubes which can also help by providing vitamin D and calcium to build strong bones. They come in strawberry, red berry, peach and banana flavours and are ideal to add to a lunchbox or to give as a snack. You can find Frubes in all leading supermarkets priced around £2.
So who would you support birds or pigs? Do you have some funky FrubesMoves?
“This post is an entry for BritMums’ #FrubesMoves Linky Challenge, sponsored by Frubes.”
Midlife mum from Cardiff. Wine Imbiber. Likes glitter, fluff and olives. Approaching tweendom with Caitlin (11) and Ieuan (10). The husband is hiding in the loft.
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