Have you heard of Fezzy Wog? (Giveaway)

The giveaway is now closed. Congrats Megan from 247mama! fezzy wog

Fezzy Wog, the Regreet Frog is a frog friend that appears in children’s books, kids’ cards, and party packs, giving many ways to catch a new frog friend and release a new adventure.

Using the online tracker, you can track your frog on the map and journal about it (even adding pictures if you want)! There are so many ways to make learning fun with your Fezzy Wog friend.

*You could send a Fezzy friend to your friend or family member and track where he is, add pictures, or write a story about what he is doing. The adventure would keep continuing.
*Take your frog with you on a summer vacation and keep an online summer journal about your adventures.
*Use a frog to track where you send Christmas Cards to this year and talk to your child about the different places that you know people, near and far, by looking at the map.
*Use a frog to track the settings of stories that you read.
B and I entered the zip codes of family and friends and tracked his frog on the map. B told me what his frog would be doing at each place (Grandma’s house, friend’s house, etc.) and I typed it in for him. So fun!
fezzy wog

There are many Fezzy Wog products to choose from. You can purchase just a single Fezzy Wog friend or a party pack for your next birthday party. You can also get a frog at the end of the cute book “Catch and Release” (pictured left) or send it in a greeting card (right).I think these are such an awesome gift, party favor, and learning tool!

Do you want to win a copy of the book “Catch and Release” and a party pack of Fezzy’s friends for your own adventure?
How to Enter:
Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment and tell me how you would use your Fezzy Wog.
Additional Entries: (leave a comment for EACH additional entry)
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This giveaway starts now and ends Monday, August 22nd at midnight. The winner will be chosen with, announced here and notified by email. This post is sponsored by Regreet, but the opinions are my own.

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  • Reply Anonymous

    I hadn’t heard of this! Thanks for sharing! I have been looking for an idea to use google maps in my first grade room and this looks like a great one! I have sent flat stanleys in the past and incoroporated it with letter writing. I like the idea of each frog having it’s own tracking code – it makes it a bit more interactive! I am definitely going to do this with my own boys at home too! – jan

    August 17, 2011 at 3:48 pm
  • Reply Anonymous

    This is sooo cool! I love that it is especially geared towards young children. I have been interested in the tracking pogs that can be used for geo-caching, but this is too cool for the younger ones. We would love a chance to see how far he goes. Also a great chance to show how people from all over the world are inter-connected (we send it to one friend, they send it to a friend, they send it to a friend in another country, etc). Very, very cool!

    info4us (at)ymail dot com

    August 17, 2011 at 4:20 pm
  • Reply TwinMom529

    I would love to use these for my girls. I have been thinking about starting a traveling journal to help them keep in touch with my husband’s side if the family. This would be a perfect addition.

    August 17, 2011 at 7:00 pm
  • Reply Annette W.

    We would use the Fezzy Wog to “visit” different friends and family all over the country. The Christmas card idea is a good one!
    derekannette at gmail dot com

    August 17, 2011 at 11:37 pm
  • Reply Jen

    Does it use RFID or something to track? Sounds like a very cool idea. I think it would be fun to send them to family members and keep track of where they are. And one for us to track our journeys too. Great writing inspiration. Thanks for the chance to win!

    August 18, 2011 at 2:21 am
  • Reply Jen

    This is so cute! I’ve never heard of this. I think it would be fun to send to friends and family out of state and map adventures. Is this similar to a “flat stanley” activity?


    August 18, 2011 at 12:38 pm
  • Reply 247mama

    This is so fun. I am getting ready to do a pond unit at home and would love to include this fuzzy wog in the fun. I would love my first grader to have a reason to journal and this would be a fun companion for her. Thanks

    August 18, 2011 at 1:24 pm
  • Reply sue candland

    so excited to find your blog! i just liked you on facebook for the fezzy wog contest. our family is all spread across the country and we are always look for fun ways to send notes and pictures and activities between us and them! Thanks,Sue

    August 18, 2011 at 10:06 pm
  • Reply Anonymous

    We have family in differnt states so this would be fun ti use with them. thanks for the offer!!!

    August 22, 2011 at 4:07 pm
  • Reply Anonymous

    Wow, that is pretty neat. Keep up the great Blog! You rock!

    August 22, 2011 at 5:32 pm
  • Reply Melea

    This would be a great way for my son to follow up with all the young relatives he met for the first time at our recent family reunion. And a fun way to share memories!

    August 22, 2011 at 5:33 pm
  • Reply Kristin

    My daughter is really into where her extended family is…would be great to use for that!

    August 22, 2011 at 6:36 pm
  • Reply Valarie

    This would be a great way for J to see where his cousins live. Thanks for sharing!

    August 22, 2011 at 7:11 pm
  • Reply Our Little Family

    How fun! I know Maddie would love to see where out-of-state friends live!

    August 22, 2011 at 10:09 pm
  • Reply Bailey Smith

    Wow! What a great idea! This would be perfect for my kiddos for Christmas!

    August 26, 2011 at 12:45 pm
  • Reply Little Mister's Mum

    Am having a wonderful time checking out your blog. So many great ideas. Looks like you all have a really good time each day 🙂

    I’m new to blogging, and have just started my own.
    Hoping one day it will be half as interesting as yours!

    Check it out:
    September 19, 2011 at 3:03 am

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