I came across this great product which uses music to teach kids good hand washing.

SoapTime is simple and super fun, my kids love it because while washing their hands they’re learning letters, numbers even different languages.

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With cold and flu season rapidly approaching, what better time to ensure your grandchildren are practicing good handwashing habits? In a world where so much of what we do is interactive, new products come along to help to keep kids engaged with learning.

SoapTime is a fun way to help children learn how to wash their hands. When the soap dispenser is pushed down, it lights up and plays songs or fun facts that last 20 seconds. This teaches children to continue washing their hands for the amount of time it takes to effectively get rid of germs. It’s a fun product to help children learn and stay healthy at the same time.

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One of the most important factor to teach our child a proper hygiene is hand washing. Kids in particular, always never listen when you tell them to wash their hands after using the bathroom, when they come inside from playing or before eating. But as a mom, I always send the message repeatedly in order for my son in particular to do what I want him to do. Hand washing is a very important factor to keep it as a habit for kids in order to help prevent illness.

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A great way to coach children to use the potty and also to teach them proper hand washing habits is to provide them with SoapTime for hand clean-up after they are finished. This electronically enhanced product encourages children to use the bathroom more often because it gives them a fun and engaging experience at the sink. SoapTime’s hand washing system consists of three uniquely shaped bottles: ABC, Earth and Elephant set in a SmartBase®.

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This is the neatest product. When we received it my kids would not stop washing their hands. We would be watching tv and here the music and words coming from the Soap Time dispenser. They did a great job with the colors of soap. Great for the kids. The colors can be for both boys and girls. The smells are very pleasant. Not overpowering like lots of soaps aimed at the younger generation.

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I’m constantly yelling at my boys to wash their hands. I think it’s so important to keep germs from spreading. SoapTime products were created to give children of all ages a fun & engaging experience at the sink, while providing parents a tool for teaching healthy habits for life.

SoapTime is different because it uses multimedia “Edutainment”, an experience of lights, music and other fun facts to keep kids at the sink for 20 seconds, the proper time to ensure clean hands. SoapTime’s Elephant, ABC & Earth shaped soap bottles snap onto the SoapTime Smart Base®.

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Everyone knows when kids get sick the hole house ends up getting sick. The best way to prevent a illness is proper hand washing. With cold and flue season in full swing. I thought there was no better time than now to show off a great new product called SoapTime! SoapTime uses a multimedia "Edutainment" experience of lights, music, and fun facts to keep kids at the sink for 20 seconds. the proper time to ensure clean hands. SoapTime's elephant, ABC and Earth shaped soap bottles snap onto the SoapTime smart Base. The Smart base provides 6 unique songs and factoids for each bottle, which play during its custom LED light shows.

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According to recent studies children catch an average of eight to 10 colds per year resulting in a loss of over 120 million schooldays and downtime for the entire family. Washing hands frequently, is a great way to prevent the spread of germs and help keep families healthier.

Now that the little one is potty trained, we have moved on the to hassle of learning a new bathroom skill,hand washing. We are trying to get her to understand that just putting your hands in the water for a second does not get them clean.

SoapTime® is a hand washing system that provides a fun and educational experience of lights, music and facts to keep kids at the sink for the recommended 20 seconds. The system consists of a base and three themed soap bottles. Each bottle has 18 unique songs, factoids and custom LED light shows to keep kids at the sink and washing.

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One of the most important ways to stay healthy is by proper hand washing. It can be a challenge for children, who are often so busy they will try to skip the soap or even if they do use soap, rush through hand washing. Twenty seconds of hand washing is what it really takes to kill off germs and help kids stay healthier. I know when my kids were younger, I encouraged them to sing the ABC Song, but they often sang it faster than normal and didn't get the full 20 seconds of washing in.

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SoapTime®, a dynamic way to teach children healthy hand washing habits while having fun, makes a great holiday stocking stuffer for kids. SoapTime gives children of all ages, especially those between the ages of 2 and 7, a fun and engaging experience at the sink, while also providing parents a tool for teaching healthy habits for life. - Consists of three uniquely shaped bottles: ABC, Earth and Elephant set in a SmartBase®. Each bottle is recognized by the SmartBase and has a distinct educational theme that includes unique songs, factoids and LED light shows. To use, a child simply pushes the dispenser and for 20 seconds they wash their hands while being entertained and learning fun facts!

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I received for the purpose of review a nice kit from Soap Time! I was so happy to see all of the product included with this kit. It’s the same as the kit available for purchase HERE on their website, and includes the base and one each of the three cute soap bottles they offer.

The one we’ve gotten out to use is the Earth dispenser. I hadn’t realized that the base lights up when you push on the soap! It’s so fun! But, not only does it light up, it sings and tells you fun facts related to the dispenser itself – so this one talks about the earth. It keeps going for 20 seconds – the time your chil is supposed to spend washing their hands, so it keeps them washing for long enough. I cannot tell you how much of a saver this is at my house! It stops all fighting about, “Mom! He didn’t wash his hands!” “Yes I did!” “He barely got them wet!” Or even the occasional, “Mom! He won’t hurry and move so I can wash my hands too!” All problems solved!

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We laughed out loud the first time we used our SoapTime Elephant hand soap--it is just too cool and so much fun! You just attach your preferred SoapTime soap onto the base.

Then, each time you wash your hands, a light show begins and music plays along with a song or an interesting fact. Kiddos not only learn the important habit of washing for 20 seconds, but learn fun facts about animals, languages, and the wor

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School is in full swing here in Arizona. This is Princess A's first year where she goes to preschool three full days a week. All parents know that transitions into or back to school mean more exposure to germs. While the thought of sending her to school in a bubble is appealing some days, we just have to do all we can at home to fight germs and keep her and Mr. C healthy.

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Soap Time: Review and Giveaway! My child is a very, um,well, he likes to clean (which I hope sticks) and to be clean. He LOVES washing his hands, loves any sort of soap but I still worry about making sure they get washed well enough. We are introducing the potty and to me it's more of an important time to ensure hands get washed.

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Our little one is about to start preschool next month. One thing I remember about our older daughter starting school is the spread of cold and flu germs. The best way to battle the spread of these germs is by teaching kids to wash their hands properly. With the help of SoapTime® we’ve been able to do just that while also keeping it fun.

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This summer our family has battled the stomach virus (YUCK!) more times than I want to count so when Soap Time & Mom Select asked if I wanted to try a product that helps kids learn to properly wash their hands, I jumped at the opportunity.

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My daughter just loves to wash her hands now!!! They teach her to say hello and goodbye in different languages and all while encouraging her to wash her hands for a full 20 seconds. When she pushes down to get soap the music or sound comes on for 20 seconds encouraging children to wash their hands until it beeps at the end. I think my daughter washed her hands about 3 times a day before this product, and now it every time she goes potty and before she eats.

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Mommy's Links is giving away one full SoapTime set of 3 uniquely Themed Bottles: ABC, Earth, and Elephant, each recognized by the SmartBase®. All bottles have educational themes narrated by our very own, Professor Goodhabits. The music was written, produced, & recorded by Brian Vander Ark, of the Verve Pipe. ABC's theme is language, Earth's theme is nature, and Elephant's theme is wild kingdom.

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Does the kids going back to school have you nervous about the millions of germs they are going to come into contact with once they start? Are you buying Lysol and disinfecting wipes in bulk? Now you can help teach your kids about washing their hands in a fun new way!

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Anytime that I can recommend a great product to you guys and teach my sons a lesson about proper personal hygiene, I jump at the opportunity. That is why I was so excited to be given the chance to review the SoapTime® System. It opened the door for me to discuss and model proper handwashing techniques with my boys using a system that is entirely geared towards children.

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Getting kids to wash their hands with soap isn't always easy. But what if hand-washing time were fun? Your children may even ask to wash their hands if it becomes an enjoyable experience. That's the idea behind SoapTime products! SoapTime consists of a colorful bottle of soap that sits on a special SmartBase. When your child presses on the soap dispenser, the bottle lights up and plays a song or says something educational! It does this for 20 seconds, the length of time that kids should spend washing their hands.

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Because I have nothing better to do, I often lurk outside the bathroom when one of my kids is in there and bust him when he tries to emerge from the loo without washing his hands. Problem is, even when I do bust my 5YO son or my 7YO son and get him to wash his hands, he won't wash for long enough. Two or three seconds is about it.

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SoapTime® is a patented system that provides a multi-media "Edutainment" experience that makes wash time FUN! Children are encouraged to wash their hands while learning proper wash time (:20 seconds). It's great for children of all ages, especially between 2 ½ & 7 when they are initiating independent hand washing & need encouragement to get to the sink. They are engaged by lights, musical & educational content while learning Healthy Habits for Life!

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What do you do with you child to make learning about hygiene fun ?

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SoapTime is a handy (and patented) system that makes washing your hands a fun and "Edutaining" time for children. SoapTime encourages children to wash their hands while learning proper wash time (:20 seconds). SoapTime is geared toward children, particularly between 2 ½ & 7 when they are initiating independent hand washing & need encouragement to get to the sink. They are engaged by lights, musical & educational content while learning Healthy Habits for Life! SoapTime products are currently available at select Bed, Bath and Beyond retailers.

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SoapTime is a fairly new designed system to teach kids between 2-7 the proper amount of time to wash your hands(from the same people that bring us SquidSoap). When children pump the soap, the base comes to life with facts, songs or just fun information and a led light show. When I received the soap for a review, I put it in my kiddos bathroom and was curious if they would use it. Well, they might still forget to flush the toilet (working on that one) but they NEVER forget to wash their hands now. Actually one night about 1 am my husband woke up to get some water and walking through the house to the kitchen, he heard the soap base singing its song in the darkness. He peered around the corner to see a sleepy headed kiddo in the dark washing their hands. Seems even when they wake to potty, they remember to wash their hands now :) YAY!

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Why does it seem like the minute school starts, so do the sniffles? I guess I am learning that is just the nature of the beast. Anytime you have that many children in one area, you are going to have germs. So what is one of the best things we can teach our children? Frequent hand washing!

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Let's face it, no matter how hard we try, our kids are touching everything they can get their hands on from sun up to sun down. For every icky thing you stop them from poking and prodding, there are at least 3 other things they manage to touch. As parents, we can't keep our eyes on our kids every moment of the day. Because of this, washing hands is the single most important thing we can do to help prevent the spread of germs and diseases. SoapTime soaps help make washing hands fun!

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SoapTime products really do make handwashing fun! It seems like once a year or so you see a product to make bathtime fun, teethbrushing fun, etc etc. But SoapTime is the first one I have really seen that actually captures a kid's imagination. The 'system' consists of a colorful bottle of soap that sits on a special SmartBase. When you press on the soap dispenser, the bottle lights up and either plays a song or says something educational! It does this for 20 seconds, the length of time that you should spend washing your hands.

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"An elephant never forgets!" Sayings, learning, animal sounds, lights, and songs can now be heard coming from the boys' bathroom. Every single time. What used to be a struggle to get my boys to wash their hands has turned into no struggle at all. They are eager to discover what will happen when they use the soap. I thought the novelty would wear off after a couple of weeks but it has not. I used to jump when I first heard the sounds because I was not used to hearing anything but boy's noises coming from the bathroom. Now my ears can tell their hands are FINALLY being washed. Not just washed. But washed for 20 seconds.

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Soap Time has allowed me to choose one winner to receive one set of Soap Time Soaps. Included in the set is 3 Themed Bottles: ABC, Earth and Elephant which are recognized by the SmartBase. When triggered a educational narration plays. The ABC's theme is language, Earth's theme is Nature, and the Elephant's Theme is the Wild Kingdom. SoapTime is found out Bed, Bath and Beyond retailers.

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Have you ever told a child that they need to keep washing their hands and they give you this blank stare that says "but mom, I'm done?" That would be the look Isabella gives me when I'm trying to get her to wash her hands longer than 5 seconds. She really thinks you should put the soap on and then put your hands under the water. This is a work in progress in my house. I shudder to think about how hand washing goes at preschool. I was sent SoapTime to review and giveaway. I liked the design of the soaps, they look so cute!

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My family is back in the swing of things with me going back to work at a school and my daughter going back to daycare. Along with the hugs and smiles that greet me also comes the germs. Although I try to be very cautious and clean it is hard to guard yourself totally when you have 1000 or more children in and out of your door through any given week. We all know that the best way to prevent sickness is to wash our hands the proper way. It has always been hard for me to teach children ages 2-7 the importance of washing their hands and to get them interested, until now.

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My name is Maureen and I am a germaphobe. When my daughter was diagnosed with asthma, I became somewhat obsessed with hand cleanliness in order to prevent illness. Despite lots of eye rolling and exasperated sighs….my children would reluctantly march in to wash their hands numerous times a day at mom's request. Thanks to SoapTime™ my three children are now actually requesting to wash their hands and they are doing it with a smile on their face. These liquid soap dispensers are so fun and creative and I love that it was created without harmful chemicals. They eagerly wait for Professor Goodhabits™ to make washing your hands a fun, learning experience that teaches healthy habits since this fabulous soap dispenser actually talks to your child and has music, lights and fun facts.

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This Saturday, October 15, is Global Handwashing Day, a day dedicated to educating children about the importance of washing with soap and water—and encouraging them to do it at home, at school and in their communities. Why soap and water specifically? Handwashing with soap is the most effective and inexpensive way to prevent diarrheal and acute respiratory infections, which take the lives of millions of children in developing countries every year. Together, they are responsible for the majority of all child deaths. Yet, despite its lifesaving potential, handwashing with soap is seldom practiced and difficult to promote.

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Recently, I had the opportunity to review a new product called SoapTime. It's a patented system that provides "Edutainment" to make washing hands fun for kids. It's perfect for kids from 2 1/2 to 7 yrs old who are learning about proper bathroom hygiene. Basically, when they push down on the dispenser it activates a sensor in the base which initiates 20 seconds of lights, music and educational content. We have the elephant bottle which has a wild kingdom theme. The other bottles are ABC and Earth themes. The music was written, produced and recorded by Brian Vander Ark of the Verve Pipe.

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I was given an amazing opportunity to try a new product called Soap Time. This is a handsoap for children that is awesome. It plays a song for the amount of time that it is suggested a child wash their hands for. There are three styles of the soap that fit into the base and play a song for 20 seconds. The first type is an elephant. This soap is purple in color and smells like lavendar. All of the songs this elephant sings have to do with animals. There is also a green soap that is shaped like the Earth. This soap smells like green apple and sings songs about the Earth and even counts to ten in Spanish.

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What makes Soaptime different? SoapTime uses a multimedia "Edutainment" experience of lights, music and fun facts to keep kids at the sink for 20 seconds, the proper time to ensure clean hands. SoapTime's Elephant, ABC & Earth shaped soap bottles snap onto the SoapTime Smart Base®. SoapTime's Smart Base provides 6 unique songs & factoids for each bottle, which play during its custom LED light shows.

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Today I want to talk to you about another new product I was lucky enough to try out called SoapTime! Have you ever seen a new kid's product and just fell in love with it instantly? If you haven't get ready, because you're about to do just that. That's how I felt about this new hand washing product from the clever makers of SoapTime. They are so adorable I don't know why someone hadn't already made them. Each bottle has it's own sweet storybook themed design and your kids are going to have a blast using them. They are so cute they will breighten up any bathroom.

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Thanks to Mom Select and Bed, Bath and Beyond retailers, I recently received a free "Edutainment" Soap set for me and my kiddies to test at home. This came with a musical base that shares major fun facts about nature and the sun and all kinds of other things every time we washed our hands! The base came with three interchangeable soaps, an elephant, earth, and ABC blocks, which my 5 year old absolutly loved. Even my 12 year old thought it was fun to use the base. Not only does it play music and fun facts, it lights up with multi-colors, illuminating throughout the clear soap bottle for a fun hand-washing experience! And, coming to YOU, my fellow facebook friends and fans and blog-readers, sponsered by Mom Select and Bed, Bath and Beyond where you will see these fun soap sets for sale soon, I have up for grabs ONE set for prize! Just comment below on this note page, you must comment for entry today to be eligible!

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The generous people over at soap time have given me one complete set of soap time to give away to one lucky reader! To enter please email me a quote from the soap time web page at : http://mysoaptime.com/ It can be anything from the site. Just want you all to take sometime and look at the amazing products they have there. Please have emails sent by September 14th.

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I love that we get to try out some of the coolest new things that come on the market! SoapTime® is a soap system that entertains kids and helps them wash their hands long enough to scrub away germs. Different shaped soaps fit on the base, and when you press the dispenser, the base lights up and sings a song or shares a fun fact. It's active for about 20 seconds, which is how long we're encouraged to wash our hands to get rid of germs. Each soap bottle has a different theme with different songs and facts.

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"Like all SoapTime products, the goal of SquidSoap is to motivate the child to stay at the sink long enough for a proper wash. SquidSoap features an ink marker located on top of the pump dispenser so that when the pump is pushed down to dispense the soap, the hand is marked with an orange dot. The mark washes away with a 20 second wash, ensuring clean healthy hands!"

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I recently had the opportunity to try out SquidSoap, part of the SoapTime family of products in my home. What is SquidSoap?: Like all SoapTime products, the goal of SquidSoap is to motivate the child to stay at the sink long enough for a proper wash. SquidSoap features an ink marker located on top of the pump dispenser so that when the pump is pushed down to dispense the soap, the hand is marked with an orange dot. The mark washes away with a 20 second wash, ensuring clean healthy hands!

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I LOVE when a new product comes out that makes me wonder WHY didn't I think of that? Around my house I am the handwashing police and think it is the key to good health. So I really want Max to understand the importance of washing his hands and also HOW to wash his hands. Some people merely squirt a bit of soap, rub for a second and rinse off- that's not good enough. SquidSoap has come out with a product that helps teach kids healthy hand washing habits in a fun way! So how does it work? "SquidSoap works by applying a small ink mark on a person's hand when they press the pump to dispense the soap. The ink is designed to wash off after the hands are washed for about15-20 seconds, which is the time recommended by most doctors. SquidSoap is lots of fun for kids, since they love to get marked. It makes handwashing more like a game. Also, the very stretchable squid toy is a blast to play with and will provide hours of entertainment."

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Now that school has started, it's important that we keep our kids healthy and germ free (as much as possible)! Having two boys, this can sometimes be tricky. So when I heard about a new product called Soap Time, I thought it sounded like a fun way to encourage proper hand washing. SoapTime® is a patented system that provides a multi-media “Edutainment” experience that makes wash time FUN! Children are encouraged to wash their hands while learning proper wash time (:20 seconds). It’s great for children of all ages, especially between 2 ½ & 7 when they are initiating independent hand washing & need encouragement to get to the sink. They are engaged by lights, musical & educational content while learning Healthy Habits for Life!

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My kids already love to wash their hands, but the SquidSoap now makes it so much more fun. It gets my kids on a mission to really get their hands clean. "SquidSoap features an ink marker located on top of the pump dispenser so that when the pump is pushed down to dispense the soap, the hand is marked with an orange dot. The mark washes away with a 20 second wash, ensuring clean healthy hands!" The first time my son used this soap the ink spot did not wash off within 20 seconds. After trying a few different things we discovered that maybe the ink spot was getting to dry and/or my son's hands weren't wet enough. My tip to you would be to make sure your child's hands are very wet before pushing on the stamp. It even helps to make sure the stamp is moist by dripping a little water onto the stamp as well. This soap really suds up on the hands and my kids love washing that stamp off their hands.

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“Like all SoapTime products, the goal of SquidSoap is to motivate the child to stay at the sink long enough for a proper wash. SquidSoap features an ink marker located on top of the pump dispenser so that when the pump is pushed down to dispense the soap, the hand is marked with an orange dot. The mark washes away with a 20 second wash, ensuring clean healthy hands!” SquidSoap is great for older children that already know to wash their hands; they’re just in a hurry, don’t think about it, or haven’t instilled proper hand washing as a natural part of their routine. SquidSoap helps change behavior, so that over time good hand hygiene becomes a natural, unconscious action.

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Wanna take the guesswork out of hand washing for children? Well if you do, I have a great product for you to check out. Squid Soap motivates children to stay at the sink long enough to get a proper hand washing.

Squid Soap features an ink marker located on top of the pump dispenser so that when the pump is pushed down to dispense the soap, the hand is marked with an orange dot. The mark washes away with a 20 second wash, ensuring clean healthy hands!

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I was sent a bottle of Squid Soap for review by MySoapTime.com. Squid Soap is recommended for children 7-14, and is a training tool for teaching your children how to properly wash their hands. When you push down on the dispenser, it leaves a dob of ink on your hand. Simply wash until the ink is gone, and your hands are clean! And this soap smells GREAT! It's an orange-y smell like another soap I've used in the past... Love that smell! I used to work in a daycare, and we had our own way of teaching kids proper handwashing... We would sing with them! Some of the teachers chose the "ABC song" and others chose to sing "Happy Birthday" twice. I preferred the "ABC" method, because they're getting 2 lessons in one, and they think they're singing and playing in water! LOL

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The best way to help keep your child healthy is to teach them to wash there hands and wash them well to keep the germs away. But that can be hard at times, washing your hands is no fun. Well SoapTime is working to change all that. They are making hand washing fun with these two great products. Jace and I were able to review their SoapTime Smart Base and their SquidSoap. SoapTime Smart Base uses a multimedia “Edutainment” experience of lights, music and fun facts to keep kids at the sink for 20 seconds, the proper time to ensure clean hands. SoapTime’s Smart Base provides 6 unique songs & factoids for each bottle, which play during its custom LED light shows.

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While my holiday recommendations in my annual buying guides are always review with giveaway, this product is an exception to my rules. Mostly because I received the evaluation unit way before Christmas. But if after reading this, you guys decide you love it, and just 'gotta have it', let me know by posting a comment here and I'll reach out to the powers that be and see if a giveaway is still possible. I actually received the first unit months ago, but it didn't quite work well and I was un-sure of what to do. Normally I wouldn't be, when I work with a brand directly I would just let them know, be it a damaged item, ill-fitting item etc.

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This is how it works; SquidSoap works by applying a small ink mark on a person's hand when they press the pump to dispense the soap. The ink is designed to wash off after the hands are washed for about15-20 seconds, which is the time recommended by most doctors. The SquidSoap is a great idea if you have children who do not like or know how to wash their hands correctly. The soap has a nice citrus smell and is just regular hand soap. My children like the cute container and wash their hands regularly.

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Hand washing is extremely important as I am sure everyone knows. But did you know that only 30% of people who have coughed or sneezed wash their hands afterward? 1 in 3 Americans doesn't wash their hands after using the restroom... Kids are even worse! In a study of junior high school boys and girls, only 58% of the girls washed their hands after using the restroom, and only 48% of the boys did! Think about that next time you shake hands with someone you have just met!!!

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I admit, I'm a bit "Monkish". When my first child was born, I carried a small spray bottle of disinfectant spray in my diaper bag to spray changing tables before I put a clean pad on top. That was if I couldn't change her in the stroller or in the car. Even now, I squeeze hand sanitizer on some toilets before my 3 year old climbs on them. What is it with kids and touching every surface of the toilet just to sit on it? I've gotten better. I promise. It's only because I want balance for the girls. One thing I do want them to learn, is proper hand washing. Some days they will wash forever and I have to chase them out of the bathrooms, other days they are in such a hurry I wonder if their hands touch the water. The girls sing the ABC song when they aren't in a hurry and it works well. But when they are in a hurry forget about it.

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Recently, I had the opportunity to review a new product called SoapTime. It's a patented system that provides "Edutainment" to make washing hands fun for kids. It's perfect for kids from 2 1/2 to 7 yrs old who are learning about proper bathroom hygiene. Basically, when they push down on the dispenser it activates a sensor in the base which initiates 20 seconds of lights, music and educational content. We have the elephant bottle which has a wild kingdom theme. The other bottles are ABC and Earth themes. The music was written, produced and recorded by Brian Vander Ark of the Verve Pipe.

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