February 28, 2007

Compounders of P&M Dermasalve Give Away Otoscope

What's an Otoscope????

An Otoscope is a medical instrument used for "viewing all 4 quadrants of the tympanic membrane with clarity". It is what your ear doctor uses when you visit his/her office and get your ears checked out. For those of you (like me) who taught the KONOS Ears/Sound/Music unit (or are planning to do it soon), this instrument is a WAY COOL toy. If you have any science-loving little ones, it can be fun for them, too. For parents... it is a way to check your kids ears in the comfort of your own homes.

I know that is a funky title for a blog post... but I think it would be neat to win an otoscope, so I figured I would enter APMFormulators contest. Here's what they want you to write to enter:

Compounders of P&M Dermasalve are giving away a Dr.MomOtoscope . Click Here for details.

Now, how easy is that?! Want to see it? Click the title of this post for a close-up look at the ear-doctor's tool... and then go post your own entry!

Buzz Words: , , , , , , , , , , ,

1 comment:

Tanya Nichols said...

LOL I love it! diverse as well as creative....I hope you win!!

found a neat link for art project that is a bit out of the box..linked to it on my blog in todays post...hugs!



Some posts on this blog contain affiliate links or sponsored links. I receive a small commission whenever a product is purchased through an affiliate link. Sponsored links are paid for by a company who wishes to improve their Google ranking, but I always check to make sure these are reputable sites and never allow any links that are questionable to be placed.

The links in my "Sweet Linkage" section are either sponsored links or personal links that I find interesting (including the links to the blogs that both of my teen children run).

I occasionally run ads on my blog in exchange for money or traded advertising, or receive products in exchange for a review or giveaway posts. I also participate in campaigns by brands that offer to pay me to write about their products after using them. Any post that is sponsored will be noted as such. All opinions expressed on Sprittibee.com are my own, and any review, give-away, sponsored post, graphic ad, or product that I mention or link to are ones that I believe are reputable and worthy companies.


blog design:

blog archives