Thursday, November 13, 2014

Bear On the Chair Giveaway


Welcome to the Bear on a Chair Giveaway! Isn't this little guy adorable? I'm sure you have someone on your Christmas list who would love to receive this for Christmas this year! Thanks for stopping by and good luck to all!

A Giveaway Hosted by: Tales From A Southern Mom and Mommy by Nurture
Sponsored by: Bear On The Chair

The invention of a 7 year old girl who knew how important it was to not only hear but also to see when behavior was good or not so good, her parents took the next steps to make it come to life.
The bear comes with (1) White shirt with Velcro circle patch, (1) Branded white plastic chair, (1) Yellow Smiley Face, (1) Red Frown Face and one story book.

You can find them here at their website, and they make awesome gifts for the holidays and for other occasions as well.
Bear On The Chair® can help parents in a variety of ways. Whether it is to reinforce the existing positive behaviors or to help improve less than desirable behavior, Bear On The Chair® is the perfect fit for any family.


For households with special needs such as ASD, Bear On The Chair® can be embraced in different ways to create a happy and educational environment. The soft and friendly Bear On The Chair® knows just how to help you communicate with your children. Learn more about how the Happy/Frown face system can be used to communicate with non-verbal children. They have been gracious enough to sponsor a giveaway for our readers! Enter Below, Good Luck and Happy Holidays!
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1 comment:

  1. Nothing we are just starting out and thought this is an awesome idea at this point it has been mostly verbal.