Score a Free Issue of SI Kids and Become SportsParent of the Year

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With four boys, you can believe that sports are a big part of our lives with baseball, gymnastics and now volleyball. As the boys get older, it seems more and more of our time is going to be dedicated to sports and I am all for it. Not only can sports help them stay healthy, but it also teaches them dedication, perseverance and team work. Nobody understands kids and their relationship with sports better than Sports Illustrated Kids. Not only will it help feel their love of sports, but it will also help get them interested in reading!

{What is Sports Illustrated Kids}

"Sports Illustrated Kids is the magazine for boys and girls that love sports. That's because we present sports the way kids want to read about them: with great action photos, easy-to-read stories about star athletes, helpful instructional tips from the pros, and humor, comics and activities. As a bonus, each issue comes with a two-sided pull-out poster of two superstar athletes plus nine sports cards."
{Try Sports Illustrated Kids for Free}

Want to score a free digital issue of Sports Illustrated Kids? Right now, they are offering a free tablet version of their August issue. The tablet issue contains everything that is in a normal print one, in addition to extra fun interactive content as well. There is no obligation and it is the perfect way to try before you buy if you have kids who are crazy about sports like mine. To receive your free issue, just download the SI Kids app on the iPad or Kindle Fire and then use the login: and the password: free2012 to get access the free issue. 

If you try the free issue and love it, you can sign up to get a full year (12 issue) of Sports Illustrated Kids for only $19.95, that is a 66% savings! For that price, you will get both the print and tablet issues.  

{Enter to Be SportsParent of the Year}

For the first time ever, Sports Illustrated Kids is having a contest to recognize exceptional sport's parents. Those parents that are dedicated to not only their family, but their community as well and who make sports part of a healthy lifestyle. They include the qualities that SI Kids strives to teach, including dedication, fun, healthy living and the value of a team and community. Do you or someone you know have those qualities? If so, nominate yourself or someone else by visiting and follow the prompts there.

The contest ends on September 24, 2012 at 12pm EST, so enter before it is too late! The winner will receive a $1000 gift card to use for their child's sports needs and may appear in an issue of Sports Illustrated Kids. With the price of sports equipment going up, that is one awesome prize!

Do you subscribe to Sports Illustrated Kids? Have you tried it before? If not, be sure to enjoy the free issue offer above and let me know what your favorite part was.

*My blog is participating in a sponsored blog ambassador program from Sports Illustrated Kids. As a part of this program, I have received paid compensation, a year subscription and merchandise for placement of digital advertisements and specific postings related to SI Kids. 

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