Giveaway: 'Noah's Ark' Movie & Portable DVD Player Prize Pack

Congratulations to our winners: Nighttiger, micheledo, and Janis_1975!

Everyone, let's get our hands, paws, and hooves on deck for the release of the new animated flick, Noah's Ark.

Award-winning director Juan Pablo Buscarini has come out with host of new characters: from the determined Dagnino the Tiger to the hilarious Xiro the Lion, the cast teaches kids the importance of getting along and resolving conflict in a very, well, cramped space. Now that's a lesson we could all learn!

Plus, with the portable DVD player (in an adorable purple color), a puzzle, and a plushie set, the kids can be entertained even after the movie has finished. One lucky winner will come out with the complete prize pack (as pictured above), and two runners-up will receive the movie and puzzle!

To enter for a chance to win the movie prize pack, let us know:

How do you teach your children to resolve conflicts?

Here are the rules for this giveaway here on The Stir:

The “Giveaway: Noah's Ark Movie & Portable DVD Player Prize Pack” starts on March 24, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. (ET) and ends at 11:59 p.m. (ET) on April 1, 2014 (the “Sweepstakes Period”).

Enter by replying to this post with an appropriate comment during the Sweepstakes Period. Limit one entry per day during the Sweepstakes Period. One (1) winners and two (2) runners-up will be selected in a random drawing of all eligible entries on or around April 2, 2014 to receive the Giveaway: Noah's Ark Movie & Portable DVD Player Prize Pack (valued at $100.00)*.

*No Purchase Necessary. Open to US residents 18 years and older. Void where prohibited. Click here for the rest of the Official Rules.

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NatAndCo NatAndCo

My boys are too young to really understand conflict resolution right now but we still try to reach them to share and if they hit we explain that it hurts whoever hot hot and make them hug it out.

Bethanny Ramsey

This is so awesome!! Great giveaway! 

nonmember avatar LORI

y girls are stilltoo young to understand conflicts most of the time, but I encourage my 5 yr old to help show the 2 yr old right from wrong.

miche... micheledo

We do several different things.  I BIG thing for us is simply communication.  They just coming running to us when they have a problem without even attepmting to let the other person know.  So we ask if they told they other person or asked for what they wanted.  Probably 80% of the time, if they go back and ask, that resolves the situation.

Kristen Mcclary

my kids are 6 and 4 and i always try to tell them to think about the other peoples feelings. so if one of them does something to the other i ask how would you feel if he/she did that to you. so that they learn that if they wouldn't want it done to them then they shouldn't do it

Jessica Palmer

I listen to both sides of the story. I address the issue and both if them talk about why the other feels different. Then we talk about how we can agree to disagree. I always teach my kids that there are two sides to every story.  And they should listen to both sides. Conflict can be avoided with patience and communication. Thank you for having this give away. People avoid bible stories but they are truly amazing stories with great lessons. 

nonmember avatar Lindsey

My son is 4 and is autistic so he really has a hard time understanding and communicating but I look in his eyes make him focus on me and explain that he has to share or not hit. We may have to do it over and over but he has understand how to get along with others.

funmo... funmommy123

My boys have to talk to each ither & try to compromise with whatever it is their having a problem with. If tuey are fighting over a game & Can't compromise & come to me whining, then I turn the game off. I tell them that if they can't play without arguring/solve their issue, then they don't need to be playing.

jeshi... jeshikasan

I try to have my kids resolve conflicts between themselves with constant reminders to share, take turns and to be nice to each other.

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