Tuesday, April 8, 2014

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Movie and Prize Pack Giveaway #Spiderman

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The Amazing Spiderman 2 comes to theaters this May! Can you believe it is almost here? It is going to be a fantastic movie and perfect for the whole family. If a lot of action, crafty villains and a few explosives will give your family a thrill then you are going to be as hopped up as we are.  I was so excited when I heard about an unique opportunity to share a Family Discussion Guide surrounding the movie.  This was created as a resource for families like mine to discuss those important themes that are key to this movie.  Themes that go right to the heart of what many of us are trying to teach our children.  It allows you to broach subjects like the relationship between personal choices and destiny, living a life that counts, sacrificing yourself in service to others, and the nature of power. These are all so important for children to understand and this guide will help parents start those conversations with their children.  Hopefully these kinds of regular discussions will inspire them to think outside themselves and challenge them to live lives that really matter. The conversations that will result from using this guide will reveal that even the most explosive summer blockbuster can leave lasting, positive impacts on its young viewers.  Don't you think this sounds amazing? What could be better!

About Spiderman 
We've always known that Spider-Man's most important battle has been within himself: the struggle between the ordinary obligations of Peter Parker and the extraordinary responsibilities of Spider-Man. But in The Amazing Spider-Man 2™, Peter Parker finds that a greater conflict lies ahead. You can get more scoop on this great movie through the official website, Facebook and Twitter!

I have a great giveway for a GIVEAWAY PACK that includes that excellent discussion guide for The Amazing Spider-Man 2.  plus an AMAZING SPIDERMAN 2 Prize Pack (t-shirt, paper mask and phone case) and a chance to win a 4 pack of tickets to the movie opening weekend! a Rafflecopter giveaway

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12 comments:

April said...

always keep those you love first before anything else

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Tempestt Patterson said...

Learning to be comfortable in your own skin and confident with what makes you unique. To be the best YOU you can be.

sohamolina said...

That superheroes also lose people they love.

Tamar said...

I would talk to them about trying not to do dangerous things in the name of heroism.

mogrill said...

Always help those who need it and dont look for recognition.

Sam Gironda said...

FINGERS CROSSED!!

Stephanie Grant said...

I would like to discuss the importance in helping others less fortunate than my son is and that everyone being bullied needs someone to stand up for them even if they arn't a "super hero" be sure to get the help of a teacher.
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Debra said...

be yourself and be the best person

Erica C. said...

Talk about standing up for others.

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Anonymous said...

That Super Hero's feel pain also.
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