HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Gum Crayola Timer Light Toothbrush



I have been busy for my toddler grandchild’s visit. Some winter wear
and presents will be waiting for NV under the tree. I am stocking up
on her favorite fools and snacks of course. That is what good
grandmothers are supposed to do, aren’t they? I was planning to get a
children’s toothbrush too when I was offered the chance to check out the GUM Crayola Timer Light Toothbrush.

It is never too early to get little ones into healthy habits and the eye appeal of this product will help as well as its bright green fun color. Its colorful yellow, blue, and green bristles are soft–gentle on those first baby teeth. Its suction cup helps keep the head clean–what brushing is all about. Its timer light flashes for sixty seconds–no short cuts this way.

I think boys and girls want to brush more with something like this. Crayola Timer Light Toothbrush is available nationwide with an MSRP of $2.99.

Sunstar has created a YouTube channel with the goal of helping to get children excited about keeping their teeth healthy and clean while having fun – You’ll find helpful?tips and suggestions about children?s dental health at

GUM is offering shoppers of? a special code to get $1.00 off the purchase of a GUM Crayola Timer Toothbrush. The code is GUM100.


ONE winner will receive a Crayola Timer Light Toothbrush.


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52 thoughts on “HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Gum Crayola Timer Light Toothbrush

  1. Well, in my family there are 5 kids, and parents; all together that is 7 people. The ages for the kids are 4,6,7,8,and 12. Each of them go to school. In the morning it takes them a long time to finish in the bathroom. “Mommy! I cant find my brush!” or “Mommy! He/She flushed it down the toilet!” it goes on! But the main point is, that to have cleaner fresher teeth in the morning is better and can help prevent cavities and other teeth problems, for this they are timed, they enjoy brushing, and have much cleaner mouths! Well, If you offer to give the Crayola light toothbrush we are really happy and excited! Thanks very much for this Wonder Full offer! Have a great Day! Thanks a lot! I hope we win!

  2. my 2 yr old hates to have his teeth brushed..and if he does it himself he just chews on the brush!

  3. I use a sand timer with my child… it worked in the beginning, we would make it a game to brush until the sand was gone… but not so fun for them anymore, so this would be great I think!

  4. My kids hated minty toothpaste. Now that there are neat fruity flavors they brush longer. Great giveaway, thanks!

  5. my son is 3 and cannot distinguish between 3 seconds or 60 seconds… this would be perfect as it’s self-correcting (light didn’t go off) versus me correcting/telling him to brush longer. I would love to win this.

  6. My daughter is now a teen, but I remember saying to her “that was too quick…you have to brush a little longer” and I’d send her back in to the bathroom to brush again. This is a great idea…I’d love to win for my niece. Thanks!

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