Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Shark Week Products to Help Fans Celebrate July 5th Debut

Discovery is gearing up for the 28th annual Shark Week, airing on Discovery Channel July 5th-11th, with a full lineup of Shark Week products that are sure to make a splash with fans this year. I wanted to see if you might be interested in reviewing some of the products?

Every year Shark Week takes fascinated viewers on a journey to the depths of the sea uncovering the secrets of the ocean’s top predator. Discovery’s longest-running programming event thrills fans of all ages who are fascinated by the often misunderstood shark. More than just a week-long ratings bonanza, Shark Week has become a pop culture phenomenon with a massive buzz factor. 

 Shark Week Beach and Bath Towels

Available at: Target
SRP: Beach Towels - $9.99, Bath Towels - $15.49

 Shark Week Plush Great White Sharks and Hammerhead Sharks

Available at: Toys R’ Us
SRP: $9.99

 Sharkopedia: The Complete Guide to Everything Sharks

Learn everything there is to know about these awesome predators. 
Available at: Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and
SRP: $19.99

My Thoughts
Since we live by the ocean, Shark week is a big deal for us. Especially this year since a huge Great White has been cruising the South Jersey shores.  Even though this makes me nervous about swimming, I still think it would be amazing to catch a glimpse of one these magnificent creatures. In the meantime, my children are enjoying shark week with a few sharks that are a little more kid friendly.

The plush great white shark is a snuggly friend that kids will love to cuddle up with during shark week. His teeth may not be sharp, but he's still a pretty realistic version of the real thing. My children love to pretend they are swimming in the ocean and riding the waves with their shark friend.

The shark beach towel is the perfect accessory for a day at the beach. My son loves the shark pattern, and the hood holds it in place when we're walking home from the beach. It's made from extra soft material that has held up well in the wash.

If you're looking for fun ways to bring Shark Week to life for your kids, these are just a few examples that will be making waves next week when the event officially begins.