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Kal Dinosaurs MultiSaurus® Children's Vitamins and Minerals Berry Grape and Orange -- 180 Chewables

Kal Dinosaurs MultiSaurus® Children's Vitamins and Minerals Berry Grape and Orange
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Kal Dinosaurs MultiSaurus® Children's Vitamins and Minerals Berry Grape and Orange -- 180 Chewables

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Kal Dinosaurs MultiSaurus® Children's Vitamins and Minerals Berry Grape and Orange Description

  • 11 Essential Vitamins & Minerals
  • Gluten Free
  • Preservative Free
  • No Artificial Colors

Why Multivitamins?

Providing building blocks to help kids grow strong:


> 11 Vitamins and Minerals

> Healthy Bone & Tissue

> Nutrition, Immune & Wellness Support


Our Promise To Your Family

Our Dinosaurs are carefully formulated with nutrients designed to help support children in their natural development - because serving families is what we do.


Dino Fun Facts

The longest, heaviest dinosaur was Argentinosaurus at 77 tonnes. That's the equivalent of 17 African Elephants!


Take 1 chewable tablet daily. Use only as directed.

Free Of
Gluten, preservative and artificial colors.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Chewable
Servings per Container: 180
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate1 g<1%
   Sugar Alcohol1 g
Vitamin A (as Vitamin A Palmitate)
(Supplying 1900 IU of Vitamin A)
570 mcg63%
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)30 mg33%
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol)
(Supplying 200 IU of Vitamin D)
5 mcg63%
Vitamin E (as d-Apha Tocopheryl Acetate)
(Supplying 5 IU of Vitamin E)
3 mg20%
Thiamine (B1) (as Thiamine Mononitrate)1 mg83%
Riboflavin (B2)1 mg77%
Niacin (as Niacinamide) (B3)5 mg31%
Vitamin B61 mg59%
Folate (100 mcg Folic Acid)170 mcg DFE43%
Vitamin B12 (as Cyanocobalamin)2.5 mcg100%
Biotin50 mcg167%
Pantothenic Acid (from Calcium Pantothentate)5 mg100%
Calcium (from Calcium Carbonate)25 mg2%
Iron (from Ferrous Fumarate)2 mg11%
Iodine (from Potassium Iodide)28 mcg19%
Magnesium (from Magnesium Oxide)5.5 mg1%
Zinc (from Zinc Gluconate)1 mg9%
Selenium (as Selenomethionine)2 mcg4%
Copper (from Copper Gluconate)46 mcg5%
Manganese (from Manganese Glycinate)1 mg43%
Chromium (from Chromium Arginate)2 mcg6%
Potassium (from Potassium Citrate)2 mg<1%
Choline (from Choline Bitartrate)390 mcg<1%
PABA (Para-Aminobenzoic Acid)1 mg*
Inositol1 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Xylitol, sorbitol, natural colors (red beet juice, grape skin extract concentrate, red radish juice, and natural orange color), natural flavors (orange, grape, mixed berry and cream [milk] with other natural flavors (soy), citric acid, silica, stearic acid, hydrogenated soybean oil, tomato powder, carrot powder, broccoli powder, soy lecithin and bioflavonoids concentrate (from lemons).

Use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children. Consult a licensed health care practitioner before using this product, especially if you are pregnant or nursing. Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under six. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately. May decrease effectiveness of sulfanilamide drugs (sulfa drugs).

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A new year is the perfect time to become a mentor who will make a difference in a young person’s life.

Mentors typically wears many hats. Sometimes you are simply a cheerleader or sounding board. In other situations, you might advocate for a child’s best interests, or even enforce policy. Always, you will be role model and trusted friend.

Hands of Child and Adult Being a Mentor Giving Each Other High Five |

As you help a young person grow, the mentee will return the favor by inspiring newfound excitement and purpose in your own life, says Brad Strong, executive director of Mentor Colorado, based in Denver.

“Be prepared to be blown away not only by how much fun you will have, but also how much you will get out of being involved,” he says.

Qualities of a good mentor

January is National Mentoring Month. It offers a timely a reminder of how badly mentors are needed in communities across the U.S.

One in 3 young people grow up without the guidance of a family friend, community member or other type of mentor, according to Mentor, a national organization that fosters mentoring relationships.

Anyone can be an effective mentor, but the best of these volunteers share some important attributes, Strong says.

“The (qualities) I have always emphasized are being able to listen, ask really good questions and to be present with a mentee,” he says.

The Mentor organization cites other important qualities, including:

  • A desire to help young people, and a respect for youth
  • Empathy
  • The ability to see solutions and opportunities
  • Flexibility

Mentoring can take on many forms. Some opportunities might be particular to your state or community, Strong says.

“In Colorado, we have mentoring programs that involve mentoring and skiing, snowboarding, singing, robotics, sports (and) tutoring,” he says.

You’ll find programs in a variety of locations, and opportunities that require differing levels of time and commitment.

“We even have e-mentoring that provides young people with online support,” Strong says.

Becoming a mentor

If you are considering becoming a mentor, the Mentor organization suggests asking yourself questions such as:

  • What time commitment can I make?
  • What age of youth would I like to work with?
  • Would I like to work with one child or with a group of children?
  • Would I like to team with other adults to mentor a child or a group of children?
  • What mentoring location would I prefer?

Strong says the best way to get involved is to search for opportunities nationwide by using the Mentoring Connector tool located at the Mentor website.

“Select two to three different programs that interest you and get to know those programs and organizations better,” he says.

By doing so, you can find the perfect opportunity that matches your skills and interests.

“Think of it like dating,” Strong says. “Ask a lot of questions, get to know them better, and make sure it is a good fit for you and for the mentoring program.”

Mentoring creates a positive impact that reverberates far into the future. A 2014 report commissioned by Mentor found that at-risk young people who have mentors in their lives are:

  • 55 percent more likely to enroll in college
  • 78 percent more likely to volunteer themselves
  • 130 percent more likely to hold leadership positions in life

The report also found that 90 percent of kids who have a mentor report interest in someday becoming mentors themselves.

Strong adds that people who serve as mentors typically report that they get even more benefit from the relationship than the mentee. “It is seriously fun,” he says.

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