Copy-Kids makes video content encouraging positive habits in young children by encouraging them to copy other kids. Our debut release is a DVD entitled Copy-Kids Eat Fruits and Vegetables. In it you find children joyfully eating fruits and vegetables. Kids watching it want to join in. It’s that simple. And it’s effective.
A little bit about how Copy-Kids works...
It is broken into chapters. Each chapter is on a specific fruit or vegetable. You don't have to watch them all at once.
You do need to have the food available when your kids watch. So if they are watching carrots, have a plate of carrots available while they watch.
For parents it is all about getting a child to eat... but for the child it is all about copying. They need to have the item right there in front of them while the kids on the screen eat so they can copy what the kids are doing. (Eating carrots.)
Don't worry that you will always have to have the DVD running to get them to eat. They will remember. They will mimic the behavior from memory once they have watched and eaten.
It sounds overly simple... but it is that simple. Kids like to copy other kids. So we provide peer role models to delight little ones into copying healthy behaviors.
We have won four children's excellence awards:
- One from Dr. Toy
- One from MACT
- One from Parent Tested, Parent Approved
- One from Family Review Center
We were approved by the USDA and added to their Education and Training Materials Database for pre-school nutrition.
Here is our press release for background information.
My Review:This was a cute video that I enjoyed watching with the kids. It worked to some degree though, since they'll now eat some fruits and veggies, but the youngest still won't touch green beans.
All in all, this was a fun video to watch with the kids, and it makes the impossible task of eating your veggies fun. Recommended.
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