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11 January 2013

Life at 7 {Giveaway CLOSED}

GIVEAWAY CLOSED - Winners: Linda, Val, Kirsten, Tara

The “Life At” titles are part of an observational documentary series that chronicles the lives of eleven children as they grow from infancy to adolescence.

Combining real life stories with cutting edge science, it offers a refreshing insight into contemporary family life.

Every two years, the filmmakers revisit these children and their families to gain an in-depth snapshot of their lives, examining what it takes to give a child the best chance in life.

Now, with our children having reached the critical age of seven, and in the midst of profound life changes, this two-part series explores their first tentative steps towards independence and self-identity.

For the first time, in Life at 7, we hear directly from the children as they speak about who they are, and how they see themselves in their ever-expanding world.
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With a child, who is turning 7 in less than a month, I chose this DVD to giveaway as I think it will give a great insight into this stage, of growing up.

It seems my boy was only born yesterday and at the start of February, he’ll be 7 years old. Where has the time gone?

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With thank to Roadshow Entertainment, I have 4 copies of Life at 7 to giveaway.
Enter via the rafflecopter, or leave a comment below telling me:
For many of us, it was a long time ago, but what can you remember, about being 7 years old?

 
1. Open to **Australian residents only.**
2. Giveaway will close on **28 January 2013**.
3. The judge’s decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered upon.
4. Samelia’s Mum will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winner/s.
5. Winner/s will be announced on the Samelia's Mum Facebook page and/or contacted by email.




27 comments:

  1. this has me real excited as i watched one a while ago with my sister with 4 kids and they followed them as they were growing up ,i think it was every 7yrs right up to they were in either their 40's or 50's it was very interesting.xx

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  2. I can remember my sister being born but not a lot else from being 7. Thanks for the chance to win, I love this series.

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  3. This would be really interesting, my oldest turned 7 in October!

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  4. I remember that both my parents worked and we were looked after by a babysitter - and my sister and I absolutely hated her!!

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  5. I can remember putting tonnes of powder in my undies and it fell everywhere...

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  6. l can remember falling in love with a boy at school and after 2 years he moved to Brisbane young love. First crush

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  7. I remember having a new baby brother but other than that, not much. My eldest is 7 now, and I love this show as it matches her development.

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  8. Living in the country I remember the miles of golden yellow wheat fields, clean, cool creeks and swimming holes and only wearing my good clothes to go to church on Sundays

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  9. Starting a Chinese primary school, struggling through it because it was not my first language...tuition after tuition, not very pleasant...

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  10. My second year in Australia-i remember tru=ing to lose my english accent

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  11. My Grandfather behaving in a very inappropriate way towards me, sad that this is one of the first memories of my childhood.

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  12. Being given a walkman for Christmas

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  13. Looking after my twin sisters whilst mum and Dad went working to support us 5 children..

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  14. I remember that my Mum and Dad were still married and living together :)

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  15. I remember mum keeping all the boxes from the groceries and then letting me lose with kids scissors and tape so I could make things - houses, boats, trains, loved every minute of it.

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  16. Not having a care in the world!

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  17. I can definately remember my teacher- I didn't like her one bit xxx

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  18. I wasn't allowed to go to the Show, so my brothers went & bought me back a showbag

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  19. "hexie" pies and a chocolate donut for my lunch order at primary school :)

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  20. I remember playing elastics at recess lunchtime with my friends!

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  21. Getting twin baby brothers! :)

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  22. i remember we were moving and dad took our dog to a quarry for another family to have him and then we went to see our new home which was almost ready for us to move into, we had a sliding door leading out to the patio, i opened it and went to walk out, dad grabbed me just in time as they hadn't poured the concrete for it.

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  23. Riding bikes with the other kids in the street having water bomb fights and jumping on the trampoline with the sprinkler in the tree

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  24. I remember winning a blue budgie and cage... took it to show the neighbours, when Mum wasn't around, and it got out! (Dad bought me a new budgie)....

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  25. My Mum used to say as you get old the years go quicker and I used to look at her as though she was mad. Now that I am older, I totally understand what she meant!

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  26. My Mum used to say to me that as you get older, the years go quicker and I used to think she was a little mad, but now that I am older, I certainly do understand!!

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