Celebrate Summer’s Big Days with Frosted Mini Wheats

This post was written by the Experimental Mommy and brought to you by Frosted Mini Wheats.  All opinions are 100% my own.

While Summer has ended for us and my kids in are back in school, I know much of the Country is squeezing every ounce of fun out of the last few days of Summer.  Even though we are back to a hectic routine, we are having a blast reliving the memories of our Summer full of Adventure.

This Summer, my family had the opportunity to take a cruise to Honduras, Belize and Cozumel where my daughters (and I) got to experience many firsts.  It was our first time out of the Country, first cruise, first time visiting Mayan Ruins, and our first time swimming with dolphins!

We had so many “Big Days” that I am sure the kids will have much to write about in the classroom.  I love that summertime provides plenty of opportunities for kids to watch, listen, smell, touch, and taste new things. Summer is also the perfect time to encourage exploration, experimentation, and curiosity. Our vacation was certainly fun, but my family and I learned a lot, too (don’t tell the kids).

With all of these Big Days ahead, you need to make sure that the kids are fueled up and ready to go!  Did you know that one bowl of Kellogg’s® Frosted Mini-Wheats® cereal is packed with fiber and nearly a day’s worth of whole grains to help keep your kids full and focused for the Big Day ahead?  We definitely needed the energy to get through our busy days exploring new Countries!

For some of you, Summer’s not quite over!  Celebrate the Big Days ahead by planning fun activities with your child such as a nature walk, scavenger hunt, sidewalk chalk drawings, or library activities.  For more inspiration, check out Scholastic’s salute to the Big Days ahead!


  1. Julie Goetz says:

    This is one of my favorite cereals. I buy it twice a month.

  2. Richard Hicks says:

    I want to try these for myself. Maybe if kids see me eating them, they will want to them too. Very nutritionally packed!

  3. I think swimming with dolphins would be the highlight of any summer.

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