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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : March 11th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, March 12, 2009 25 Kooka Kids Club BRUSHING teeth is important to make sure your teeth stays strong and healthy, but let's face it, cleaning your teeth is not something most kids love doing. But that could all change _ thanks to an exciting new range of products from Colgate. Research says 68 per cent of parents believe their children would brush their teeth more carefully if it was more fun. Colgate has just released a brand new product range of Dora the Explorer and Go Diego Go oral care products. Dora the Explorer and her cute cousin Diego will have kids lining up at the sink to do some exploring of their own ... in their mouths! The exciting new range of products includes Dora the explorer toothpaste, which retails for $2.20 and is low in fluoride, making it ideal for two to six-year-olds. There are also Dora and Diego toothbrushes, for $2.70 each. Dora and Diego even show how much toothpaste to use with their toothpaste dosage dots. But if kids want their tooth-- brushing experience to be a real buzz, they should check out the Dora and Diego battery-- operated power toothbrushes. We are giving you the chance to win one of these cool brushing products.To enter visit Kooka Kids Club at www.trevor.com.au/ kidsnetwork/kooka.asp Come and take an up close and personal look at some of the world's strangest creatures at the 2008 Up Close & Spineless Invertebrate Photography exhibition. The exhibition is on display every day at the Australian Museum from 9.30am-5pm and is free once general museum exhibition has been paid. For more information, call 9320 6000. Discover Sydney's surprising social history of pets, from the early days of the colony, through to today's indulged furry and feathered family members at the Tails of the city; Australia's passion for pets exhibition. The exhibition is at the Museum of Sydney until March 22 from 9.30am- 5pm. Tickets are $10; adult and $5; children. For more infor mation call 9251 5988. Manly's Oceanworld is giving kids a chance to see some Mermaids, direct from their home land of Atlantica. The Mermaids can be seen swimming with some of their ocean friends in the tanks but only until April 1, so this weekend could be the perfect time to see them. Tickets are $18.50 for adults, $9.95 for children and there are also family passes available. Call 8251 7878 for more infor mation. Did you know? People have been brushing their teeth since before the start of recorded history. www.innerwestweekly.com.au
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