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Today Miki tells you all about the Kindy Kamper, an innovative product brought to you by an Aussie mum, and shares with you her personal experience of it. Mum is definitely the word!

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I am the proud owner of a Kindy Kamper – www.kindykamper.com.au. If you haven’t seen the Kindy Kamper before you should know that they’re only *the coolest* travel and kindy bedding for kids around!

Essentially the Kindy Kamper is a complete portable bedding solution for kids, designed to fit most kindy mats and stretcher beds (and it fits most portacot mattresses a treat too).

The bottom layer is lovely soft quilting with a 100% cotton cover. Then there’s a removable pillow and the top layers are a cotton blend top sheet, and a cosy and soft embroidered polar fleece blanket, which is removable, so it’s great all year round.

When the kids head off to kindy and need to take bedding the Kindy Kamper is absolutely perfect. No more naming each and every sheet and blanket and having to dig through lost property each week when part of the ensemble has gone missing yet again. Nope, none of that with the Kindy Kamper, because it’s all attached together!

It rolls up into an easy-to-carry ‘swag’ with a panel for the child’s name easily visible on the outside, and voila! You’re ready to go without needing to hunt down a single pillowcase.

When the Kindy Kamper needs washing you simply remove the pillow insert and throw everything else into the washing machine. You can even tumble dry it afterwards, handy if your climate is anything like mine!

There are a great range of designs to choose from (I love the new Denim Kampers with denim sheeting and a bright red fleece blanket complete with appliquéd denim star – it’s gorgeous!) , and also a great new product in the Kindy Kamper stable that will be of interest to those of you with older kids.

The Big Kamper (in fabulous denim) is designed for bigger little people from age 6 upwards. It’s the Kindy Kamper but upsized: ideal for primary school camps, camping trips, sleepovers, and cubby camp-outs. What a blessing!

It’s a great time to scoop up some Kindy Kampers as Cassy at Kindy Kamper is offering KidStyleFile readers a 10% discount via reimbursement on the Kindy Kamper. Mention ‘KidStyleFile’ in the PayPal comments field at checkout, and Cassy will refund you back 10% of your Kindy Kamper’s purchase price.* Offer ends Friday 5 September.

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Just some of the fab Kindy Kamper designs available:
Jungle Animals, Flower Power, Denim, Butterfly,
Transport all $54.95 each $49.45 each after 10% discount

Just on a personal note, even though the Kindy Kamper is aimed at pre-schoolers (and now school aged kids with the new Big Kamper), even the very littlest ones can use it. My son is only 12 months old and we use it all the time. It fits perfectly into our portacot and makes for super-easy travel bedding. It’s cute, cuddly, cozy, convenient and absolutely ideal for babies and toddlers when travelling.

Alex KK

This is my son Alex in his portacot with the Kindy Kamper. My Kindy Kamper is the Transport Green model – I love it!

Also, while you’re over at the Kindy Kamper site, check out the great range of other products available.

The Fridge To Go (TM) lunchboxes are such a clever innovation. No longer will your drink be unpleasantly warm and your sandwiches hot and soggy – now you can keep food and drinks cold for up to eight hours! There are no batteries, ice or external power and it’s completely portable. Can’t get easier than that! They’re great to look at too, with two bright, attractive colours: pink and pacific blue.

Kindy Kamper also stocks the ever fabulous Penny Scallan backpacks, and the highly useful Reward Charts and really nifty kids calendars.

Kindy Kamper charges from $10.00 within Australia. Please see here for a full list of postage charges.

*Please note that you must pay full price and Cassy will refund you 10% – a vagary of PayPal. 10% refund applies to Kindy Kamper orders only; does not apply to other stock items.

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