Monday, May 30, 2011

Betcha CAN Tie Your Shoes!

How many times did you tie your shoes this week?
Did you think about what you were doing, or did you just do it?
It's pretty easy for you, isn't it?

Now, think of a child with special needs of some kind.
Maybe it's your child.
Maybe your child has poor fine motor skills or weak clumsy hands and has a hard time manipulating objects and buttons.
If you said yes, then you've got a child that needs to learn shoe-tying-made-easy.

I've got two, and I really didn't want to cross that bridge.
Until now.

Eventually every parent is faced with the task of teaching their child to tie their shoes, but for the parent of a child with a special need of some sort, this task becomes a bit more daunting.
For me, I just don't want to do it right now.

But not for my new friends over at!!!

Loopeez works by accelerating the learning process and eliminating frustration.
Teaching kids to tie their shoes using the Loopeez shoe tying system is simple, fun and most of all requires little time to master.
And for special needs children and adults, shoe tying can be a frustrating process. Occupational Therapy & Rehabilitation patients often times need assistance tying or relearning how to tie their shoes.
Loopeez is the ideal educational and therapeutic shoe tying aid.
It's simple and easy to use design make Loopeez perfect for children in any type Occupational Therapy & Rehabilitation.

Would you be interested in owning this awesome product???


Thanks to Courtney and the kind folks over at Loopeeze, ONE PERSON will be chosen as the winner!
And that one winner will be able to choose the Loopeeze product of their choice: boy or girl, lizards, butterflies, name it!

It's YOUR choice!

You can view your choice options here.

To Enter:
1. Become a fan of my Facebook page and leave a comment with which product you like the best.


2. Become a follower of my Twitter page, leave a comment on which item you would like, then you must "retweet" my promotion tweet about this giveaway.


3. Leave a message on this blog post with which product you like the best. Sorry, no anonymous entries will be accepted.

Winner will be chosen by at random and will be contacted by e-mail.
Please leave valid email addresses.
If there is no response in 48 hours, another winner will be drawn.
Sorry, but there will be no P.O. Box winners.

This giveaway is for US Residents only.
Due to the Memorial Day holiday, this giveaway will start today, Monday, May 30, 2011and end on Tuesday May 31, 2011 at 12:00 midnight CST.

The winner will be announced on Wednesday, June 1st!

Good luck!
You can find out more about Loopeeze at their website here, or on their Facebook Page or their Twitter page here!

***Disclaimer: The product/s mentioned above were provided free of charge from the company or PR firm for the purposes of this review. Opinions expressed belong to ME and were NOT influenced in any way.

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  2. Very cool! Matt can't tie his shoes yet (we've stayed with velcro to keep things simple, lol)! This is a really cool product - Nolan has some fine motor issues (still has a fist grip at almost 4), so we haven't even thought about moving to shoes with laces. With something like the loopeez system, though, it makes the transition to laced shoes easier!

  3. I would love the butterflies for Nea.

  4. My oldest son just turned 7 and has low tone and alot of muscle weakness in his hands and thus we have yet to cross this bridge. This looks like a fantastic product! I love the different color shoelace idea too! He'd probably like the clear or lizard best.