This is a sponsored post in partnership with BraVoMark and Gululu.
Mother’s Day is coming up and this year I don’t want flowers or even jewelry. You know what I want? Well-behaved kids that listen to me! I’m serious. I am tired of nagging my kids all the time. I think I may get my wish though…well, at least partially. I recently discovered a water bottle that motivates kids to drink water – one less thing to nag them about! Gululu is an interactive kids water bottle – when kids drink from it awakens a virtual pet the kids can engage with. Gululu: The Water Bottle that Gets Kids Drinking More Water!
Much like the Tamagotchi, the virtual pet, which is on the screen of the bottle, can be cared for and it interacts with your kid. The more they drink – the more activities they can do, so your child is motivated to drink more. Hydration is especially crucial in the upcoming summer months when kids are away at camp so the bottle provides a constant reminder to drink. During the warm months it’s normal for kids to not be hungry but pushing fluids when they sweat is important for kids health. With the Gululu bottle your child can have fun interacting with the “pet” as they work together to get the “pet” back to its planet. The system constantly updates with games and characters to keep kids interested.
Appropriate for kids ages 3 and up, the kids water bottle is easy to clean. There’s also a sensor that measures fluid intake through a smartphone app and it can tell if a child is drinking water or pouring it out. Gululu bottles are available in blue, pink and yellow. They were featured in main media publications is more than 20 countries and were featured in Forbes Magazine as Top 5 Best Kids Gadgets. Price is $129.
Through their partnership with Generosity.Org, Gululu provides a child from a developing country with clean drinking water for a lifetime for every purchase of a bottle. This is Gululu’s mission to hydrate children all over the world as proper hydration is necessary to kids health.
Senior Reviewer Maytal Wichman is a freelance writer and has written for several blogs, such as The Huffington Post. She has been living in the New York City area for seventeen years and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature as well as a Law Degree, but blogging is her true passion. Maytal is a stay-at-home mom to three kids (ages 11, 9 and 5) and loves finding great products for her family.
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