Tommy Nelson provided me with a copy of the Hermie and Friends DVD in exchange for this review. All opinions are solely my own though.

Hermie DVD

E is just starting to watch movies and television, and although I’m not sure he really understands what goes on or the full extent of what they are saying, I am already keeping an eye on what he watches. There are so many negative influences out there, that it is important to make sure children are exposed to positive messages as well.

Today I have a great DVD to giveaway that you can use as a tool to talk to your children about lying and watching what you say. These messages are especially important in this day in age when there is so much bullying going on in both schools and even online.

flo bug truth

In the first episode, Flo the Lyin’ Fly, Flo thinks its funny to tell stories that aren’t true. Her friends end up not trusting her anymore, even when there is an actual emergency! The story teaches little ones that everyone is important in God’s eyes and we should follow his rules by telling the truth.

The second episode, The Flo Show Creates a Buzz, when Flo gets her very own TV show, she doesn’t think about other people’s feelings. At the end of the episode, Flo realizes she owes her friends an apology.

Thanks to Tommy Nelson, you have the opportunity to win this great DVD for yourself! Just enter through the Rafflecopter form below.

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The giveaway will run from April 29 through 11:59 p.m. EST on April 25. All prizes are fulfilled by Tommy Nelson, not Third Stop on the Right. Winner must be 18 years of age or older, and a U.S. resident.

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  1. We’re really struggling with this right now. My younger two boys -5 and 8- always tell the truth, but my older children – 12 and 18 – feel the need to tell little white lies. My husband and I are afraid that the younger children will pick up on this so we are trying very hard to encourage our children to tell the truth, because it’s the RIGHT thing to do. Plus, they won’t get in trouble for telling the truth, the action may result in a disciplinary action, but lying will only add to the discipline.

  2. Very consistent punishment for lying that increases in severity with increase in frequency. Start with time out and a talk, losing toys, to missing playtime with friends

  3. I tell them that nothing good comes out of lying.. the punishment is worse if you lie than if you just tell the truth

  4. By showing her doing the right thing is important, I as a parent need to lead by example so she understands fully.

  5. By always telling the truth myself and letting them know that when you tell the truth you always feel so much better about yourself.

  6. I try to teach my children to tell the truth by setting an example for them & correcting them when they do lie.

  7. we teach our children to tell the truth by telling the truth, if they see us telling lies they will think it’s okay to tell lies

    teach by example!

  8. My 5 year old is have issues with this right now 🙁 We are trying to show him that not telling the truth has consequences

  9. I teach my children to tell the truth by making promises and keeping them. Or if there is bad behavior, then I follow through on the consequences.

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