Disney is releasing one free Disney Movie Rewards code every day for the month of December. I probably won’t make a separate post every single day for them, but I’ll definitely post them to HIF’s Facebook and Twitter page every day! Well heck, since we’re here right now, let me just share today’s code with you – CTC4VE.
I’ve always said one of my biggest regrets in life was not smelling enough of my toys as a child. So if you want to make sure you kid doesn’t end up like me, take them to the free Lowe’s Build & Grow Clinic on Saturday, December 14 where they can make a free toy train with scratch and sniff stickers! You’ll easily win Parent of the Year.
As usual, space is limited, so you need to register on-line beforehand!
Dusty doesn’t just refer to the state of my apartment, but it doubles as the latest free Disney Movie Rewards code worth 25 points.
Enter the following codes to add 25 free Disney Movie Rewards points to your account.
Please don’t ask how long it took me to put them in alphabetical order.
Suckers! This free online chore chart for MyJobChart is supposed to teach kids about hard work, money, rewards and yada yada yada. But all it really does is trick somebody else into doing the dishes, vacuuming the floor, and … what other chores are there? Is dusting still a thing?
Now, how do I go about getting a kid to come do all my chores?
I take it most Hiffers are signup up for parent accounts instead of a child’s. Once you create your free account, you can enter your children, upload pictures of them, and assign them all a password. After that you can start assigning chores, creating rewards, and delegating like a true champion. Your kids will be able to click their picture, enter their password, see which chores they need to complete, and much more.
This actually seems like a really nifty service and one I would definitely use if there were more humans in my home!
The freebies were lame today, so here’s a consolation teacher-only freebie.
Signups are open for free Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures classroom kits. They won’t ship until February 2014, but they’ll contain “a video, posters, storybooks, curriculum, parent take-homes and Colgate Kid’s toothbrush and toothpaste samples for each student.”
I presume the video is a guide on health care, not Die Hard 3.
[thanks to Hiffer Amber for sending this in!]
I don’t have any children nor would I trust myself to educate them if I did, but that didn’t stop me from requesting a free homeschool student ID. It probably should have though.
This offer runs through the end of September and there’s a family limit of 5.
[thanks This Mommy Saves Money!]
This freebie was originally posted on March 29, 2013 and is still available.
The free cabinet latch kit from Home Made Simple (which I don’t remember previously posting) arrived this week and is still available. Anybody else plan on using theirs as part of an April Fools prank? I’m going to latch my friend’s kitchen cabinet closed then wait for him to get confused and steal a kidney. Hilarious!
EDIT: A lot of Hiffers are saying the links not working, but it is for me. Maybe try copy/pasting?
Enter pledge (the code, not the cleaner) into your Disney account to score 25 free Disney Movie Rewards points. Now who’s taking bets on whether or not somebody actually sprayed their computer with Pledge just now?
[thanks to Sabrina for posting this on our Facebook page!]
I sincerely hope these free Nature’s Plus Animal Parade Children’s Chewables are vitamins and not parade animals or children.