Crunch a Color {giveaway}

Crunch a Color {giveaway}


Crunch a Color Conversation Starter Card Deck on blog © Marla Meridith Photography

Over here meal time is fun because we love food.

It’s also fun because it’s a special time to spend together as a family. Recently I was sent an adorable Crunch a Color Conversation Starters card deck ~ a simple + fun way to invite conversation and giggles to your dinner table.

After all, family meal time should be relaxed, delicious and full of lively conversation. This will help get you there.

Crunch a Color Conversation Starter Card Deck (giveaway) on ©

A few things about Crunch a Color:

  • Winner of Dr. Toy’s Best 100 Toys and Top 10 Socially Responsible Toys of 2012
  • Created by kids for kids, with the help of teachers and parents, to spark interesting, open-ended discussions at the dinner table.
  • Can also be used for journal writing, class discussions, etc.
  • A portion of each purchase supports non-profit children’s nutrition programs

Crunch a Color Conversation Starter Card Deck (giveaway) on ©

I am thrilled to have 5 decks to share with 5 lucky winners. You can also purchase your now in time for Thanksgiving and the holidays at my store.

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About the Creator of Crunch a Color

Jennifer Tyler Lee is a mom of two children and the creator of Crunch a Color® — the award-winning nutrition games that make healthy eating fun. Like most parents, she struggled to get her kids to eat healthy, balanced meals, so she decided to make it into a healthy eating game and she’s giving back to support non-profit kids’ nutrition programs.

Winner of the Dr. Toy and Parent Tested, Parent Approved awards, Crunch a Color® has been featured by Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, Laurie David’s Family Dinner, Kiwi Magazine, Dr. Greene, and Yum Food & Fun For Kids, among many others, as a simple, fun and playful way to get kids to eat healthy and try new foods.

Jennifer’s passion is making mealtime fun and healthy for busy families. Her easy recipes, quick tips, and new food adventures are regularly featured at Pottery Barn KidsJamie Oliver’s Food RevolutionThe Huffington Post, and on her weekly recipe blog at

47 Responses to Crunch a Color {giveaway}

    • Kim, having the kids cook with you is definitely one of the best things we can do as parents. Teaches them essential skills and they learn to love all kinds of food.

  1. Mealtime is fun when the kids help make it…lotsa laughs in the kitchen and they get so excited to present and eat their creations! :)

  2. We have a family ritual of going round the table and telling each other what the highlights and lowlights or our day were – it’s a great way to stay connected.

  3. We often have a crossword going that we all contribute to – it gives us something to talk about and we always end up learning something new too – which is a bonus!

  4. Most of the time just sharing the stories from our days at school/work provides enough hilarity. But if stories aren’t forthcoming we chat about what we might do on “family day” (Sunday) – that always get’s everyone smiling :)

  5. Meal times are a lot more fun when they are interactive or when everyone in the family gets a chance to participate/personalize their plates! If I make a core family dish, I put out a little tray with different condiments that everyone can use to make their dinner unique! Or I chose meals, like tacos, where everyone gets to top their own. :)

  6. Meal time is always more fun for me when I am sitting at a table with other people! Many of my meals are spent alone because of different schedules, so I love to be able to sit and talk with others :)

  7. Dinner is fun when my husband compliments the food and my son eats his whole plate :) When we want to celebrate something we do cheers not only with glasses but with a tiny bite of food…meaning that he and I would make the piece of bread high five each other..if that makes any sense..hahaha. it does not get messy and I think it’s cute 😛

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