This giveaway is CLOSED.

To help parents get her children started on oral care training, Aquafresh has created training products designed for children ages 3 – 24 months. They’ve produced an entertaining, cute show to get parent and child started. 

You can also print 2 valuable coupons here – $0.75 off Aquafresh Training Toothpaste and $0.50 off Aquafresh Training Toothbrush.

THE GIVEAWAY:

(1) Coupon Katarina will win a $100 Walmart gift card!

There are (2) requirements for entry into this giveaway. Keep in mind this is a comment method giveaway form. So please leave individual comments in this post for entry.

You must watch any of the following 3 episodes of Aquafresh Kids with Lilly and the Nurdles, and leave a comment naming one thing you’ve learned about oral care for children and the Aquafresh Training products. (required)

Episode #1
Where Do Your Teeth Come From?

Episode #2
Time to Brush

Episode #3
New Toothbrushes

You get additional entries for following me (at least one is required):
Follow Coupon Katarina via 
Email, FacebookTwitter or RSS. Then leave a comment telling me so. If you already follow me, that counts too. Just leave separate comments for each one you do.

This giveaway ends Wednesday, May 11th at 8 PM (EST) and winners will be announced shortly thereafter on the blog and also contacted via email. You have 48 hours to respond or prize will be forfeited.

Comments must be left here on the blog…Facebook Comments do NOT count as valid entry!!

***This giveaway is being provided by Lunchbox. All opinions remain my own.

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K Smump

May 11, 201109:36 pm

I watched th video and I follow you on FB

Branie

May 11, 201109:05 pm

I also follow you on Twitter.

Branie

May 11, 201108:11 pm

I also follow you on F. Thanks for all the coupon [email protected]!

Branie

May 11, 201108:11 pm

I learned that you hold your toothbrush at a 45 degree angle, children under 6 should use a pea-size amount of toothpaste, and you change your tooth brush every 3 months.

amy Love

May 11, 201108:02 pm

I follow on facebook

amy Love

May 11, 201108:00 pm

I didn't know that both sets were forming!

cris b

May 11, 201107:43 pm

following you on twitter natashia_reyes

cris b

May 11, 201107:42 pm

already subscribed to your email

cris b

May 11, 201107:41 pm

following you on fb rey n nat

cris b

May 11, 201107:40 pm

that children under 6 should use a pea size amount of toothpaste

Naomi Renbarger

May 11, 201107:39 pm

I follow you on FB

Tracie Sikora

May 11, 201107:39 pm

You must change your toothbrush every 3 months! :)

Tracie Sikora

May 11, 201107:39 pm

I get your emails

Naomi Renbarger

May 11, 201107:39 pm

Both sets of teeth are already forming before birth? Wow, I knew the first set, but both!?!?

Tracie Sikora

May 11, 201107:38 pm

I follow you on FB

Becky

May 11, 201107:32 pm

I also get your e-mails.

Becky

May 11, 201107:31 pm

I already follow you on FB.

Leslie R.

May 11, 201107:31 pm

I follow you on FB

Leslie R.

May 11, 201107:31 pm

I follow you on twitter - @angellam77

Leslie R.

May 11, 201107:30 pm

I learned that you should brush at a 45 degree angle, which I actually didn't know!!

Becky

May 11, 201107:30 pm

I learned that toddlers should use the training toothpaste and just a pea size amount.

jennifer

May 11, 201107:27 pm

I didn't know that both sets of teeth are already forming as a baby.

nora

May 11, 201107:26 pm

I was surprise to know how the teeth are form when there babies. WOW. I follow u on fb n twitter n email.

c l anderson

May 11, 201107:23 pm

very important to spit out toothpaste and then rinse and spit out again.

Mari

May 11, 201105:14 pm

I follow via twitter (LuckyDuckyToo)

Mari

May 11, 201105:12 pm

I like you on FB (Mari Doug)

Mari

May 11, 201105:10 pm

I'm an email subscriber.

Mari

May 11, 201105:09 pm

I learned that toothbrushes should be replaced after a cold.

Jesse

May 11, 201102:37 pm

that children use a smaller amont of toothaste (pea sized) than adults

christine macbride

May 11, 201102:05 pm

I learned how important it is to supervise your children, so that they don't swallow too much of the toothpaste, these videos were very child-friendly!!!

Heidi

May 11, 201101:58 pm

I learned that I reallllly need to change the head on my toothbrush- I can't remember the last time I did it, so it's probably been Much longer than 3 mos.

Beverly

May 11, 201101:36 pm

I also subscribe to your email and keep up with you on facebook!!

Beverly

May 11, 201101:35 pm

I did not realize that under 6 needed such a small amoount of toothpaste -pea size and toddlers only need toddler toothpaste.

Felicia

May 11, 201112:35 pm

I can honestly say that I did not know that your teeth are actually forming under your gums before you are born.

Asha

May 11, 201112:10 pm

I just learned that you should get a new tooth brush every 3 months, and also that they have tooth paste for toddlers!

amanda

May 11, 201111:07 am

also follow you on facebook and e-mail

amanda

May 11, 201111:05 am

seriously enjoyed these to my surprise...two things actually that surprised me is pea size for kids 6 and under and shocked that humans teeth have already started under the gumline before we r born

Allie

May 11, 201109:16 am

I watched the videos and learned you should hold your toothbrush at a 45 degree angle.

Leslie

May 11, 201107:46 am

oops, I think that was supposed to be separate entries....I follow you on facebook!! I just started couponing 2 months ago and LOVE your site! Thanks!!

Leslie

May 11, 201107:44 am

I follow you on facebook and I learned (or was reminded) that you should change your toothbrush every 3 months and after a cold!

sally nasser

May 11, 201107:29 am

I follow you on facebook, and watched the video that tells kids that they have always had both sets of teeth, they were just underneath the gums. Also, i have to say thanks for the blog about swagbucks, very informative!

Stacey M.

May 11, 201103:36 am

I subscribe to your emails.

Stacey M.

May 11, 201103:36 am

I follow you on Facebook.

Stacey M.

May 11, 201103:35 am

I learned that I can start brushing my baby's gums as early as 3 months old.

victoria

May 10, 201109:27 pm

RSS subscribe and like you on fb ;]

victoria

May 10, 201109:26 pm

Like many people on here, I never knew about teeth forming before your even born! Awesome!

Anna

May 10, 201107:50 pm

enjoy all of your tips and info!!

Kelly

May 10, 201106:26 pm

and I now follow you on Facebook! :)

Kelly

May 10, 201106:25 pm

I follow you through email!

Kelly

May 10, 201106:24 pm

Baby's gums should be cleaned even before their teeth appear! Instead of using a wash cloth, I use a finger toothbrush especially designed for baby's gums and developing teeth!

Sara Harrington

May 10, 201105:55 pm

I get your email updates too.

Sara Harrington

May 10, 201105:55 pm

I follow you on FB.

Sara Harrington

May 10, 201105:54 pm

I learned that you should hold your brush at a 45 degree angle!

Christina F

May 10, 201105:02 pm

email subscriber

Christina F

May 10, 201105:02 pm

follow on facebook

Christina F

May 10, 201105:00 pm

I never really thought about how germs stayed on a toothbrush after being sick and that you should replace them. Good info to know. I follow you on Facebook. :)

Loree

May 10, 201101:27 pm

I follow you via emial.

Loree

May 10, 201101:26 pm

Toothbrushes should be replaced every 3 months.

amy

May 10, 201101:05 pm

i love following the great dealson facebook

Don

May 10, 201111:03 am

I was not aware that my toothbrush needed to be replaced every 3 months!!!

Ashley S.

May 10, 201109:47 am

I subscribe to your RSS feed! Thank you!

Ashley S.

May 10, 201109:47 am

I follow you on twitter @smash906

Ashley S.

May 10, 201109:47 am

I am your facebook fan!

Ashley S.

May 10, 201109:46 am

In episode 3 I learned that you should buy a new toothbrush every 3 months.

MSprincipal

May 10, 201108:06 am

I learned that I didn't always do right by my children with their dental hygiene. Perhaps I can influence my grandchildren to do better.

Amber

May 10, 201107:07 am

I follow your tweets too.

Amber

May 10, 201107:07 am

I subscribe to your newsletter

Amber

May 10, 201107:07 am

I am a facebook fan of yours

Amber

May 10, 201107:06 am

I was surprised to learn that toothbrushes should be replaced every 3 months.

amy

May 10, 201103:56 am

I didnt know teeth fom before birth an you should hold toothbrush at a 45degree angle.WHO KNEW? lol

cindy abidi

May 9, 201110:13 pm

i subscribe to your rss feed

cindy abidi

May 9, 201110:13 pm

i follow you on FB

cindy abidi

May 9, 201110:13 pm

I learned that children have their teeth forming when they are born, they are just under their gum line.

Crystie

May 9, 201109:05 pm

I learned that you should really replace your toothbrush every three months.

Crystie

May 9, 201109:05 pm

I receive your email updates.

Mary

May 9, 201108:58 pm

I follow you on FB

Mary

May 9, 201108:57 pm

I learned that you should start at the gum line and only brush down to the tip of the teeth instead of brushing up and down and up and down.

Meaghan B.

May 9, 201108:47 pm

I follow you via email, and I stalk your site all the time!

Meaghan B.

May 9, 201108:44 pm

I learned that you are supposed to brush in a sweeping motion from the gumline downward... I have always gone back and forth!

shannon

May 9, 201108:41 pm

I follow you via twitter.

shannon

May 9, 201108:40 pm

I learned you have to replace your toothbrush every 3 mths!

Monica Helvie

May 9, 201108:26 pm

I just started following you on facebook and on your blog! I learned that you should replace your toothbrush every 3 months and after a cold since bacteria can live in the bristles.

karen m.

May 9, 201108:21 pm

We are born with our teeth.

Amy

May 9, 201108:04 pm

I follow you on facebook and stalk your blog several times a day. I knew it was good to replace your toothbrush after an illness.....but I didnt realize we have always had teeth even when there not visable !!

sara creek

May 9, 201107:24 pm

You've always had teeth even when you can't see them, both sets even. I'm a new follower on facebook.

Nicole Lee

May 9, 201106:17 pm

I follow you on facebook!

Nicole Lee

May 9, 201106:17 pm

I learned you are born with all of your teeth already formed in you!

nicole champoux

May 9, 201105:08 pm

I follow you on facebook as well!

nicole champoux

May 9, 201105:08 pm

I learned you need a new toothbrush every three months. I thought it was six!

Devon

May 9, 201104:45 pm

You need to change you toothbrush every 3 months.

Devon

May 9, 201104:43 pm

make sure you brush with short strokes.

Devon

May 9, 201104:43 pm

I learned that you have you teeth even when you are born.

Devon

May 9, 201104:42 pm

I follow you on facebook.

vanessa

May 9, 201104:12 pm

I Follow Coupon Katarina via Twitter user vmsweet123!

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May 9, 201104:11 pm

I Follow Coupon Katarina Facebook vanessa diaz

vanessa

May 9, 201104:11 pm

I Follow Coupon Katarina via Email! vanessamdiaz

vanessa

May 9, 201104:10 pm

I also learned you should clean a baby’s gums with a washcloth.

vanessa

May 9, 201104:10 pm

I learned that that it’s very important to get a new toothbrush every 3 months

Marie

May 9, 201103:38 pm

I subscribe to your emails.

Marie

May 9, 201103:38 pm

I follow you on facebook.

Marie

May 9, 201103:37 pm

I learned that it is recommended that you replace your toothbrush every three months.

Jamie K.

May 9, 201103:12 pm

I also already follow you on FB!

Jamie K.

May 9, 201103:11 pm

I had no idea that both sets of teeth form in your gums when your just a baby, thats crazy!

Barbie M.

May 9, 201102:30 pm

Cute videos! I didn't know that you should cleam a baby's gums with a washcloth.

susan f

May 9, 201102:15 pm

I f0llow on facebk and learned from #3 that you should replace your toothbrush every 3 months.

katie fleck

May 9, 201102:09 pm

I learned it is important to brush on an angle from top to bottom and use short strokes!

Nancy Y

May 9, 201102:04 pm

I follow you on Twitter

Nancy Y

May 9, 201102:04 pm

I get your e-mails. Thanks

Nancy Y

May 9, 201102:04 pm

I follow you on Fb

Nancy Y

May 9, 201102:03 pm

You have teeth even before you are born even though you cannot see them.

linda berkes

May 9, 201101:55 pm

i learned that children do not need very much toothpaste to brush their teeth. i like you on fb & twitter.

Jess N

May 9, 201101:54 pm

I learned that you should brush a newborn's gums with a wet washcloth. I am an RSS follower.

Lindsay H

May 9, 201101:45 pm

I follow you on Facebook and get your emails!

Lindsay H

May 9, 201101:45 pm

I learned that when you brush your front teeth, you should start at the gum line and brush down.

Tina M

May 8, 201111:16 pm

follow you on facebook

Tina M

May 8, 201111:16 pm

I learned that it's very important to get a new toothbrush every 3 months

Cheryl F.

May 8, 201101:53 am

Following @CouponKatarina on Twitter

Cheryl F.

May 8, 201101:52 am

I Like Coupon Katarina on Facebook

Cheryl F.

May 8, 201101:52 am

Subscribed to Coupon Katarina by email

Cheryl F.

May 8, 201101:51 am

I watched New Toothbrushes and learned to "get a new one at least every three months. Cold germs can hide in your toothbrush." *Thanks* for the giveaway!

Gabby A.

May 7, 201106:56 pm

And I subscribed to your RSS feed. :)

Gabby A.

May 7, 201106:56 pm

I LOVE you on Facebook!

Gabby A.

May 7, 201106:56 pm

I also follow you on Twitter.

Gabby A.

May 7, 201106:55 pm

I am a true and true Email Subscriber.

Gabby A.

May 7, 201106:54 pm

I learned that you should hold your toothbrush at a 45 degree angle... Weird. I've never done that... I think I will now. :)

Bethany

May 7, 201112:19 pm

Babies are already growing teeth in their gums when they are born- I didn't realize they were growing BOTH sets at the same time!! Crazy.

Bethany

May 7, 201112:19 pm

I follow you on Twitter :)

Bethany

May 7, 201112:18 pm

I like you on Facebook

Pam Pate

May 7, 201111:08 am

I am an email subscriber.

Pam Pate

May 7, 201111:08 am

I "like" you on facebook.

Pam Pate

May 7, 201111:07 am

I follow you on facebook.

Pam Pate

May 7, 201111:07 am

I learned to get a new toothbrush after having a cold. That will help alot with my daughter, who gets sick alot. Thank you for the info!

Pam Pate

May 7, 201111:06 am

I didn't know that a person's teeth were already formed when born.

Pam Pate

May 7, 201111:05 am

I learned that a child should only use a pea size amount of toothpaste.

Marie Gush

May 6, 201108:54 pm

follow you on FB

Marie Gush

May 6, 201108:54 pm

also email subscriber

Marie Gush

May 6, 201108:53 pm

new brush after 3 months or after illness/cold - common sense but good to hear formally

Ginger

May 6, 201107:02 pm

I follow you on Facebook and receive your emails.

Ginger

May 6, 201107:01 pm

I learned that both sets of teeth were growing before you were born. AMazing.

Erin H

May 6, 201105:12 pm

KATRINA!! Thank you SO much for your dedicated work to find us such great deals and help our family save money!! You are very much appreciated! Erin =)

Erin H

May 6, 201105:11 pm

We also learned that children under 6 should use a pea size amount!

Erin H

May 6, 201105:11 pm

HEY! Cool video..me and my 2 yr old watched these videos together and I learned you should replace your toothbrush every 3 months!!

Jennifer O

May 6, 201104:36 pm

I like you on facebook

Jennifer O

May 6, 201104:35 pm

I had no idea that the both sets of teeth were developing under the gums when they are born

Allie

May 6, 201101:48 pm

I like you on FB

Allie

May 6, 201101:48 pm

I learned that you can brush a baby's teeth with a washcloth

Allie

May 6, 201101:47 pm

I subscribe to your emails

Candice D.

May 6, 201101:28 pm

I am an email subscriber. Thanks!

Candice D.

May 6, 201101:27 pm

I learned you should get a new toothbrush after having a cold.

Ericka T

May 6, 201111:11 am

email subscriber

Ericka T

May 6, 201111:11 am

I like you on Facebook as Ricky Todd.

Ericka T

May 6, 201111:11 am

RSS subscriber

Ericka T

May 6, 201111:10 am

I follow on twitter as humanecats.

Ericka T

May 6, 201111:10 am

I learned that Aquafresh has products for 3 different life stages including a training paste.

Angela Petersen

May 6, 201110:52 am

I follow Coupon Katarina on Facebook!

Angela Petersen

May 6, 201110:52 am

Even if your toothbrush doesn't look like it needs to be replaced, there are germs building up that you can't see, so replace it anyways! :)

Mami2jcn

May 6, 201108:32 am

I follow you on Twitter (@mami2jcn)

Mami2jcn

May 6, 201108:31 am

I follow you on Facebook with my username Mary Happymommy.

Mami2jcn

May 6, 201108:31 am

I subscribe to your emails.

Mami2jcn

May 6, 201108:30 am

I learned kids should only use a pea sized amount of toothpaste and toothbrushes should be replaced every 3 months.

dawn h

May 6, 201107:27 am

I get your email updates

dawn h

May 6, 201107:27 am

I like you on FB

dawn h

May 6, 201107:27 am

I learned that children's teeth were growing when they were born. That's amazing

Jessie C.

May 6, 201102:16 am

FB [email protected] jessiekatie S

Jessie C.

May 6, 201102:16 am

twitter follower @tcarolinep

Jessie C.

May 6, 201102:16 am

RSS subscriber

Jessie C.

May 6, 201102:15 am

email subscriber

Jessie C.

May 6, 201102:15 am

I learned that to get a new toothbrush at least every three months. tcarolinep at gmail dot com

Natalie Weeks

May 5, 201106:44 pm

i'm an rss subscriber! [email protected] gmail.com

Natalie Weeks

May 5, 201106:43 pm

i'm an email subscriber! [email protected] gmail.com

Natalie Weeks

May 5, 201106:43 pm

i like you on fb! [email protected] gmail.com

Natalie Weeks

May 5, 201106:42 pm

i follow on twitter! [email protected]

Natalie Weeks

May 5, 201106:41 pm

WHO KNEW both sets of teeth are forming prior to birth!? [email protected]

Margaret

May 5, 201105:14 pm

I also follow you on facebook

Margaret

May 5, 201105:13 pm

I learned that you can 'brush' newborn's gums with a washcloth and water.

Roberta

May 5, 201103:47 pm

and I receive your email updates. I love your website, I have learned about couponing and saved a lot just in the 3 months that I have been serious about couponing and saving money. Thanks!!:)

Roberta

May 5, 201103:45 pm

I learned that children under 6 should use a pea size amount of toothpaste.

Kels

May 5, 201103:40 pm

and I follow you on twitter. :)

Kels

May 5, 201103:40 pm

I watched the videos and learned you should hold your toothbrush at a 45 degree angle.

Mandy F

May 5, 201102:44 pm

I receive your email updates.

Mandy F

May 5, 201102:43 pm

I follow you on FB

Mandy F

May 5, 201102:43 pm

I learned that you should get a new toothbrush every 3 months - I thought it was every 6 month.

Jessica

May 5, 201102:32 pm

I'm also a twitter follower, liker and fb, and subscriber to emails. :0

Jessica

May 5, 201102:32 pm

I learned that it's a good idea to get a new toothbrush after you've had a cold.

Al

May 5, 201101:33 pm

I follow you on Facebook

Kris

May 5, 201101:32 pm

I follow you on facebook

Kris

May 5, 201101:31 pm

I had no ideas that kids already have their teeth growing in upon birth

Teresa

May 5, 201112:58 pm

And I also am a faithful facebook follower. Would be lost without your help. Thanks so much!

Teresa

May 5, 201112:57 pm

I had no idea that both sets of teeth were already forming even before babies were born. WOW!

Celina Sherman

May 5, 201112:30 pm

I learned that children have their teeth forming when they are born, they are just under their gum line. I also follow you on facebook! Thank you!

Danette Iverson

May 5, 201111:42 am

I learned that children under six should use a pea size amount of toothpaste and be supervised.