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At the Fence with Orkin

Hi Neighbors!

With fall fast approaching and winter right on it's heels, we are preparing to do battle with any bugs that decide they like it inside as much as we do.  So, here At the Fence we wanted to share some information about Orkin and give you a chance to win an Orkin Home Education Kit and Flashlight.  Even if you aren't interested in it because you have a problem with bugs, homeschoolers might find the information makes a good study.
The Orkin Home Education Kit includes:
• 2 Orkin Factoids 11x17 Posters
     - Poster #1 - The Pollinators
     - Poster #2 - The Recyclers
• 1 Orkin bug-finding flashlight
• 20 Rubber Toy Creepy Crawly Bugs
Be your own Orkin man! Use the flashlight and fun posters to learn about how every creature plays a part in our ecosystem.
Take the Pest Test below and find out how knowledgeable you are.

Are you interested in winning the giveaway for an Orkin Home Education Kit and Flashlight?  Take a minute to enter the giveaway.  This one is only running one week, so enter soon! See you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  This is a sponsored post for the benefit of my neighbors.  Information and images were provided by the sponsor.

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Nancy said…
I got 4 out of 5 correct.

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degood said…
I took the quiz and it said I was a bug boss.
Jennifer Young said…

I got: Congratulations! You are a PEST PRO!

Kelly g said…

Uh oh, you’re still a PEST PUPIL
Stephanie said…
My results from the quiz was: Way to go, you are a bug boss!

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