Monster University & Juicy Juice College Adventure! {Giveaway}

Monster University & Juicy Juice College Adventure Giveaway! #giveaway

I love kids and I love movies. Back in my single days, I secretly couldn’t wait to have kids so I could see all of the animated films without appearing too nerdy. ha! So with that in mind,  I’m super excited to announce my partnership with Juicy Juice and Monsters University!

We are regular drinkers of Juicy Juice for the fact that it is made with 100% fruit with no added sweeteners, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

If you have kids or grandkids, you will noticed the adorable Monsters University packaging. Your kids will love the cute designs and you’ll enjoy a Monster-Sized Giveaway!

Monster University & Juicy Juice College Adventure Giveaway! #giveaway

Every time you buy Juicy Juice, you’ll win prizes for your kids! Fun things like a character call where one of your kids’ favorite Monsters University characters will call your home with a personalized message, books, DVD, movie tickets and more!

Ten first prize winners will receive a $5,000 scholarship!

One lucky grand prize winner will receive a behind-the-scenes tour of Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, CA complete with a private screening of the film and a $5,000 scholarship!

How fun is that?

College Adventure

We saw Monsters University this weekend and loved it! Since I was in a sorority, I thought it was especially hilarious in certain parts. Just wait until you see the initiation scene in the basement. Too funny!

College is important to Mike and Sulley and it’s also important to my family! I’m pretty sure I have my kids brainwashed about going to college. Hopefully to my alma mater, Oklahoma State :-)

Monster University & Juicy Juice College Adventure Giveaway! #giveaway

We talk about college with our kids a lot. Sad but true, it won’t be long until they are 18 and ready to leave the nest. Each child has their own savings account where they save their birthday money for a car to drive to college.

I laugh because my son says he will stay close to home so he can live with us. Then my independent 6-year-old daughter tells me she is definitely NOT living at home, going far away to college and is rooming with her best friend! But she’s not sure where college is at, so I have to drive them there. :-)

So maybe she won’t need a car after all?

I was driving my husband’s old worn out car a few weeks ago and was getting frustrated that the radio wouldn’t work, when from the backseat my daughter told me the reason Dad drives this yucky old car is to save money so she can go to college one day.

I kept my mouth shut after that comment and didn’t complain about the radio the rest of the trip. hee.

Monster University & Juicy Juice College Adventure Giveaway! #giveaway

Do you talk to your kids about college, encourage them to save money and drag them around your alma mater too?


College Adventure Kit Giveaway

I’m excited to host a fun giveaway this week to help encourage a discussion about college in your home!

One lucky winner will win college gear from your choice of school, Juicy Juice, books for your child’s age, puzzles and more to keep your kids’ brains buzzing!

Monster University & Juicy Juice College Adventure Giveaway! #giveaway


Enter to win the College Adventure Kit Giveaway

The more tasks you do on the widget below, the more chances to win! Giveaway ends July 2, 2013 at Midnight CST. Must be 18 or older to enter.

Reading from email or reader? Click here to enter the giveaway.

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Check out the Juicy Juice family trip and $5,000 scholarship giveaway.

Monster University & Juicy Juice College Adventure Giveaway! #giveaway

Each specially marked package of Juicy Juice will have a unique Game Code which can be redeemed on the Juicy Juice website.  Click here view the Official Rules and how to enter for free.


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About Amy Locurto

Amy is a creative mom of two and graphic designer. When she's not working on Living Locurto, she's busy designing Printable Party Supplies and working on I Heart Faces, her photography blog. Find Amy on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram.


  1. I believe life lessons are just as important as “book smarts” so I simply just talk to my son. He is already very bright but helping him learn in the real world will help round him out.

  2. CharityS says:

    My son studies all year long.

  3. Leah Bieszczad says:

    What a great contest. College isn't a choice in our house either. It is a must!

  4. Life is learning! Always counting, reading signs and BOOKS!!! We read and act out the books we’ve read.

  5. nicole wright says:

    I try to make learning fun and I involve it with everything and trying to make daily routines a learning experience. I might ask my daughter to find something at the grocery store that starts with a specific letter or get her help measuring in the kitchen.

  6. Nikole M. says:

    Reading. If my oldest asks me a question about a topic we try to find a book that can help give him more information. Of course, his favorite topics are dinosaurs, bugs, snakes and anything creepy crawly.

  7. Jennifer Marie says:

    we play games with flash cards for sight words.

  8. Jessica To says:

    I encourage my so to read books that he enjoys.

  9. Alannah Linton says:

    My children love to read, so I just keep interesting books and encourage them to read.

  10. Read with them. DDs love reading so we have story time and read together.

  11. Reading!

  12. My 5 year old tells us she wants to be a scientist when she grows up and she knows there are many years of school left. We encourage her curiosity and help her with her reading and helping her be interested in math.

  13. Laura Singleton says:

    Thanks for a contest!

  14. My son has been doing work from age-appropriate workbooks in order to prepare him for beginning kindergarten.

  15. Always encourage kids to ask questions and explore, a curious mind is the best way to keep learning.

  16. Stephanie Nelson says:

    I am the music toner at schoo. The girls and I are continually learning thought he summer with “preschool” at home. They’d re also my little guinea pigs after all our summer conferences. If they don’t like the activities, my school kids won’t. We have so much fun.

  17. I have two kids and they both have a college fund. My husband is going for his masters degree and we told them all the time how important is to go to school.

  18. Roxanne Flores says:

    Because my daughter is still so little I try to focus on one topic a week and bring a lot of resources around that topic. For example on Monday I introduced the letter A. I told her apples start with the letter A. We colored some A letter sheets, we tried to make A's with play dough, and we ate apples.

  19. We homeschool so we see almost everything as a learning experience. We try to instill a sense of problem solving into learning… a try to figure it out mentality… that allows our kids to learn to think on their own not just be taught and memorize randomly! We also read a ton and I think instilling a love of reading will take a child very far!

  20. we do “mommy school” in the summer for my little ones, including circle time, storytime, worksheets, journals and creative play

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