Summer Fun is Better with M!

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This is a sponsored post about summer fun and boredom.  Here we are at the end of July and summer fun is kind of in full swing…or alternately, the novelty has worn off for many and kids are starting to tell parents they are BORED.  Now, some of us are of the mindset that kids can, will and should make their own entertainment- how many of us were told to go play outside and come back in for lunch?  Raise your hands!!  But sometimes, a little entertainment can go a long way.  Entertainment like silly games…and while maybe you won’t want the kids online all day, playing a fun game with the beloved M&Ms characters like ShMuffleboard can be a whole lot of fun for kids- and then you can send them back out with the idea they can create their own version of ShMuffleboard.

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We like to make our family movie nights a little more fun and add some M&M candies to our popcorn for a treat in our house- do you have fun traditions like that?

Let M&M’S® chocolate candies make this summer the best yet! Check out http://see.walmart.com/mms for great summer ideas for the whole family including:

  • Guide to America’s Nuttiest Sites: Check out the map to discover what’s waiting for you on the wilder side of the road! Destinations include Elvis’s Graceland and the World’s Largest Gnome!
  • Get Your Shmuffleboard Game On: This candy-coated version of shuffleboard is the perfect way to have some fun on a rainy summer day! Choose your favorite M&M’S® puck and play!
  • M&M’S Chocolate Candies Complete Party Package: From invitations to party favors, Red’s M&M’S® chocolate candies party kit has everything you need to get all those summer birthdays under control!
  • Entertain With Ease: Whether it’s a birthday party or barbeque, these irresistibly easy M&M’S® chocolate candies treats will add a little extra attitude to any party!
  • Save on Sweet Suppplies from Crayola®!: Save $2 when you buy on Crayola® Dry-Erase Board and one 42 oz bag of M&M’S® chocolate candies! (Coupon coming soon!)

summer-is-better-with-m-100-walmart-gift-card-giveawayOne reader will win a $100 Walmart Gift Card! That should offer a LOT of summer fun!

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About the author: I’m a 30-something mom to three, brand ambassador. content creator, social media maven, blogger extraordinaire, earth lover, butcher, baker, candlestick maker (or something along those lines) – love word games, crafting, cake decorating or shooting pictures.

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  • 08/09
    Alliance, NE —Carhenge

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  • Wow–I’d love to visit the Crayola Factory in Easton, PA!

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  • I would like to visit Florida and Disney World.

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  • Bakersfield, CA—The World’s Largest Thermometer

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  • 8/9- I want to visit Bakersfield, CA—The World’s Largest Thermometer

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  • I would visit Easton, PA —Crayola Factory

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  • I would like to see Elvis Graceland

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  • Homestead, FL—Everglades Alligator Farm!

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  • i would like to see me some Elvis in Memphis!

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  • I would like to visit McMinnville, OR —The Spruce Goose- wood space craft would be very different to see.

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  • Another nutty place to visit is Bentonville, AR—Birthplace of Walmart

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  • I would like to visit the crayola factory in Easton, PA

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  • I’d like to visit Roswell, NM.

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  • Homestead, FL—Everglades Alligator Farm

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  • OH OH OH!! Crayola factory! I have always wanted to go there!

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  • I’d love to visit “Blackfoot, ID—Idaho Potato Museum.”

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  • I would like to visit Roswell NM!

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  • Easton, PA—Crayola Fаctory

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  • Easton, PA—Crayola Fаctory

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  • 8/8- i want to visit Cawker City, KS—World’s Largest Ball of Twine

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  • I would like to visit Roswell, NM.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  • I would like to see the alligator farm in FL.

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  • Easton, PA — Crayola Factory

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  • I think my husband would love to go to Alliance, NE —Carhenge

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  • the alligator in Homestead FL

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  • Homestead, FL—Everglades Alligator Farm

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  • Eaton PA- The crayola factory would be a fun place to visit

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  • 8/8 Alliance, NE —Carhenge

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  • One nutty place I would like to visit is Ames, IA—The World’s Largest Gnome!

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  • I would love to visit Bemidji, MN—Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox although each of these places have something interesting.

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  • I would like to go to the Easton Pennsylvania Crayon Factory!

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  • Easton, PA—Crayola Factory

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  • Eaton PA- The crayola factory

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  • Easton, PA — Crayola Factory

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  • I want to visit Bentonville, AR—Birthplace of Walmart

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  • My son would love to go to Homestead, FL—Everglades Alligator Farm

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  • Easton, PA—Crayola Factory

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  • I would like to go to Bemidji, MN to see Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox

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  • Roswell in Roswell, NM — very cool

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  • Eaton PA the crayola factory wouls be a lot of fun.

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  • Blackfoot, ID—Idaho Potato Museum

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  • I’d like to visit the Everglades alligator farm in Homestead FL.

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  • I always wondered about Roswell, NM — Roswell- it would be interesting for sure.

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  • Nutty vacation spot ~ Cawker City, KS—World’s Largest Ball of Twine ~ In 1988 it weighed over 14,000 lbs—and every year there’s an event to make it bigger.

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  • 8/7 Homestead, FL—Everglades Alligator Farm

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  • 8/6 Cawker City, KS—World’s Largest Ball of Twine

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  • Easton, PA—Crayola Factory

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  • I would like to see Cawker City, KS—World’s Largest Ball of Twine- different

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  • I would like to see the largest Wood plane ever made at McMinnville, OR —The Spruce Goose!

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  • I want to visit Pontiac, IL— Rout 66 Hall of Fame.

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